Flights from Amsterdam to London

Amsterdam to London

  • The average flight time from Amsterdam to London is 1h
  • £52 was the cheapest return price from Amsterdam to London last month
  • London is served by 6 airports. These are London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Southend, London Stansted.
  • There are 392 flights a week from Amsterdam to London
  • The most popular airline flying from Amsterdam to London last month was KLM
  • Amsterdam to London is 210 miles
  • 5 airlines fly direct from Amsterdam to London

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Flights from Amsterdam to London

This information is correct as of September 2015

Airlines that fly from Amsterdam to London

British Airways, KLM and KLM CityHopper fly from Amsterdam to London-Heathrow; BA City Flyer, VLM Airlines, Flybe and CityJet fly from Amsterdam to London-City; Garuda Indonesia, easyJet and British Airways fly to London-Gatwick. easyJet also fly to London-Luton, London-Southend and London-Stansted.

Terminal Information – Departing

Although Schiphol Airport is absolutely massive, it's really just one big building. There's a huge number of places to shop, eat and drink. You can buy everything, from luxury watches to cheesy souvenirs celebrating your time in Holland. Keep an eye on the screens to find out which departure area your flight to London will be leaving from.

Terminal Information – Arriving

At London-City: There's only one terminal to navigate once you land. Public transport in London is excellent. You can use the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to reach the fantastic underground system. There are trains every 8-15 minutes. You can also take buses 473 and 474 to Central London. If you're running late, head to the taxi rank. It should cost you around £35* for the trip into Covent Garden.

At Gatwick: Flights from Amsterdam land in both the North and South terminals. If you land in the North terminal you will need to take the free inter-terminal shuttle to reach the South terminal, where the train station and bus stops are. The Gatwick Express train is the fastest way to reach the city centre. There are also coaches, buses, and taxis: although the latter option can be prohibitively expensive.

At Luton: Again, the train is the quickest way into London. Take the free shuttle bus to Luton Airport Parkway train station: this should take about 10 minutes. The train journey will take just over 20. A number of coach companies, including National Express and easyBus, also offer airport transportation. You should book your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.

At Heathrow: Every terminal has its own bus stops, taxi ranks, and train stations. The Heathrow Express train is the fastest mode of transport into the city, and the least expensive is the Piccadilly Line on the Underground.

At Southend: Trains to London Liverpool Street take just over 50 minutes, and tickets cost £14.90*. Coach and bus services are also available.

At Stansted: The Stansted Express train to Liverpool Street is the fastest way to reach the city centre. Tickets are cheaper if you pre-book. You can also pre-book coaches, or take a taxi.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly from Amsterdam to London. Try to arrive at the airport at least 90 minutes before your flight is due to depart. This will give you time to get through security and navigate the massive terminal building.

What to expect in London

London is one hour behind Amsterdam and the currency is the Great British Pound (£).

*Prices subject to change

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