Flights from Bordeaux to London

Flight information Bordeaux to London

Cheapest return price last month


Direct airlines


Flights per week


Average flight time, total distance 467 miles

1h 35min

Most popular airline last month

British Airways

London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton and others

6 airports

Frequently asked questions

There are 6 airports in London: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London Luton, London City, and London Southend.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Bordeaux to London is £17. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 35min is the average flight time from Bordeaux to London.
There are 3 airlines who fly direct from Bordeaux to London.
As of January, there are 20 flights per week flying from Bordeaux to London.

Flight Information

Those looking for cheap flights from Bordeaux to London are in luck. British Airways, EasyJet, and Ryanair all depart from Bordeaux–Mérignac Airport (BOD). British Airways and easyJet both fly to London-Gatwick (LGW), and easyJet offers additional flights to London-Luton (LTN). Ryanair provides flights from Bordeaux to London-Stansted (STN).

All three airlines flying the route from Bordeaux to London offer direct flights, so there is no need to plan for a layover. Flights from Bordeaux to London are available every day of the week. International departures with British Airways at Bordeaux–Mérignac leave from Terminal A. Ryanair and easyJet fly out of Terminal B.

London-Luton and London-Stansted Airports both have a single terminal. At London-Gatwick, flights from Bordeaux to London on British Airways will arrive at the South Terminal. EasyJet uses Gatwick’s North Terminal.

If you are flying into Gatwick and have the time, be sure to check out the Gatwick Aviation Museum. This museum restores and maintains vintage British Aircraft with a goal of getting and keeping as many as possible into working condition. It is located northwest of the airfield and is open to the public Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays year-round.

The U.K. Home Office provides suggestions to move quickly through Passport Control, encouraging you to use the e-passport gate if you have a U.K., E.U., E.E.A., or Swiss passport with a biometric symbol on the cover. You must also be over 18 years of age to use the e-passport gate. All other passengers should have their travel documents ready and in order with your passport open to the photo page and removed from any case or holder.

Expect Higher Prices and Cooler Weather

As one of the most expensive cities in Europe, London prices are higher on average than those found in Bordeaux. Transportation costs around 10 percent more; taxi fares, for instance, are 10 to 15 percent higher and fuel costs are also around 10 percent higher. Lodging and meals are pricier than those in Bordeaux. Hotel prices can be around 20 percent more, and a typical meal will cost you up to 40 percent more.

You will lose an hour on the trip from Bordeaux to London, so you will need to adjust your watch accordingly. London’s reputation as a cool and damp city is well-earned; you can expect temperatures two to three °C cooler. Bringing a jacket or windbreaker is a good idea.

Explore London Museums

After finding cheap flights from Bordeaux to London, plan to see some of the finest museums in the world. Many of these have low or no entry fees. The British Museum is famous for housing the Rosetta Stone but also includes antiquities from the prehistoric era and artworks representative of all periods. There is no charge for admission.

The Museum of London displays the history of this great metropolis using artefacts and exhibitions. Collections include pieces from prehistoric times, the Roman occupation of London, medieval London, and the Victorian era. Admission is free.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.