Cheap Flights from Atlanta to London (ATLA - LOND)
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- Sat 14 SepATLLGWTue 17 SepLGWATLSpirit Airlines + NorwegianIndirectfrom £446
- Sat 21 SepATLLGWWed 25 SepLGWATLSpirit Airlines + NorwegianIndirectfrom £447
- Mon 16 SepATLLGWMon 23 SepLGWATLSpirit Airlines + NorwegianIndirectfrom £450
Flight information Atlanta to London
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Average flight time, total distance 4212 miles
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others
Frequently asked questions
American-based airlines that offer cheap flights from Atlanta to London include Delta, United and American Airlines. Both Delta and American can take you to London directly. Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada, KLM, Air France, Finnair, Iberia and British Airways also fly directly from Atlanta to London. These flights from Atlanta to London are available each day of the week. They typically leave in the evening, getting you to London the next morning.
Do some online research to find cheap flights from Atlanta to London that work best with your schedule. Some of these flights may include one or two layovers. If you fly American Airlines, there may be a stop in either Charlotte or Chicago. Delta may have you stop in Philadelphia. On Air Canada, you'd likely have a layover in Toronto.
It's best to arrive at the airport at least two hours before the flights are scheduled to depart. You'll need to bring along your passport. Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is divided into a domestic terminal and an international one. Delta flights leave from Domestic Terminal South, which is located on the west side of the facility. All other domestic airlines are based in Terminal North. Most international flights depart from the E and F concourses in the international terminal. Wherever your gate is located, you’ll be near a number of shopping and dining establishments, such as ATL Sunglasses and TGI Friday’s.
There are six airports in London: London City Airport (LCY), Gatwick Airport (LGW), Heathrow Airport (LHR), London Luton Airport (LTN), London Stansted Airport (STN) and London Southend Airport (SEN). Most of the larger flights, including the direct ones, will fly into Heathrow Airport. United, Air Canada and Aer Lingus flights land at Terminal 2. Those who arrive on Virgin Atlantic and Delta will go to Terminal 3. If you fly British Airways, you’ll come in at Terminal 5.
Gatwick Airport is comprised of north and south terminals. British Airways operates out of the South Terminal, and Virgin Atlantic is based in the North Terminal. London Stansted Airport and the smaller facilities each just consist of one terminal. However, all of them still offer convenient amenities, including prayer rooms, executive lounges with free Wi-Fi and even hotel accommodation.Once You Get to the Airport
There are several public transportation options available no matter what airport you patronise. The Standard Express and Gatwick Express trains leave their respective airports every 15 minutes. The Heathrow Express also leaves every 15 minutes from, naturally, Heathrow Airport. Luton, City, and Southend airports are connected to London by a vast train network.Time and Weather in London
London is five hours ahead of Atlanta. In Atlanta, highs in the winter are around 20 °C. It can get as high 35 °C in the summer, and there is often a lot of humidity. London is much cooler with summertime highs in the mid-20s. In the winter, the temperature can get as low as 8 °C.
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