Cheap Flights from Copenhagen to London
Flight information Copenhagen to London
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Copenhagen to London
Five airlines currently fly from Copenhagen to London: British Airways and Scandinavian Airlines to Heathrow; easyJet and Norwegian Air Shuttle to Gatwick; and Ryanair and easyJet to Luton. This is the busiest route at the airport, so book your flights as early as possible.
Terminal Information – Departing
This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.
Copenhagen Airport has more than 120 shops ranging from international designer brands to local Scandi favourites, so shopaholics will find plenty to keep themselves occupied. There are also plenty of places to grab a bite to eat or a quick drink. British Airways and Norwegian Air Shuttle fly out of Terminal 2 and Scandinavian Airlines fly from Terminal 3. Ryanair and easyJet fly from the CPH GO area (accessed from T3) which is dedicated to low-cost carriers.
Terminal Information – Arriving
At Heathrow: SAS land at Terminal 2 while British Airways usually land at Terminal 5. The Piccadilly Line (underground) and Heathrow Express stop at both terminals. Single tube tickets are £5.70*, while single tickets on the faster Express train are £26.50* (£21.50* if booked in advance). The Heathrow Express takes just over 15 minutes to reach Paddington Station. The Piccadilly Line takes about an hour to reach the city centre. Coach services are operated by National Express and easyBus: we recommend booking your ticket in advance. There's a taxi rank outside the airport, and a number of big name car hire companies inside. If you're planning a self-drive trip remember to compare car hire at Heathrow Airport with Skyscanner.
At Gatwick: Norwegian Air Shuttle and easyJet both land at the South Terminal, which is very handy for reaching the city centre as this is where the airport's train station is. The Gatwick Express offers the fastest journey time to the city centre, taking half an hour to reach London Victoria Station. Single tickets are £19.90* from the ticket office, but you can often find discounts if you book online in advance. MetroBus buses serve the airport, or you can catch the easyBus and National Express coaches. Book your ticket in advance. Taxis from the airport to the city cost about £90*. Gatwick Airport has a good range of car rental companies: compare car hire at Gatwick Airport.
At Luton: Luton Airport only has one terminal. The fastest way to reach city is by express train (£13.50* per ticket) from Luton Parkway Station. This takes 20-55 minutes to reach St Pancras in central London. You need to take the shuttle bus between the airport and the station first (tickets are £1.50*). National Express, Green Line and easyBus coaches run between the airport and Victoria Station in the city centre. If you're renting a car you need to take the free shuttle from Bay 1A to the Car Hire Centre. Remember to compare car hire at Luton Airport.
You need a valid passport to fly from Copenhagen to London. We recommend arriving two hours before scheduled departure on international flights.
What to expect in London
London is one hour behind Copenhagen and the currency is the Pound Sterling (£). London is warmer than Copenhagen. During the summer you can expect temperatures of around 19°C, and during winter it rarely drops below 5°C: a pleasant change from Copenhagen, where temperatures often drop below 0°C.
*Prices subject to change
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