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Cheap Flights from Exeter to London

Flight information Exeter to London

Cheapest return price last month

£77

Direct airline

1

Flights per week

7

Average flight time, total distance 159 miles

1h 0min

Most popular airline last month

Flybe

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Flights from Exeter to London

This information is correct as of August 2015

Airlines that fly from Exeter to London

Flybe operates direct flights from Exeter to London, flying into London City Airport.

Terminal Information

Exeter Airport

It is recommended that you arrive at Exeter Airport at least 1 hour before your flight to London City Airport is scheduled to depart. The Flybe check in desks at the airport are open from 2 hours to 15 minutes before the departure time. You can also check in online in advance to save time at the airport. Any hold luggage will need to be taken to the bag drop desks to check in.

Exeter Airport has a single terminal with a World Duty Free shop to pick up any duty free bargains and a WHSmith. Any purchases from the airport can be left for you to collect upon your return to Exeter. There is one café, a bar and a restaurant with runway vies in the departures lounge which offer a selection of meals and snacks.

The executive lounge at Exeter Airport is available for those wishing to upgrade from £17.50 per person. As well as a relaxing atmosphere with comfortable seating and runway views you can enjoy free Wi-Fi, hot and cold drinks and up to 2 complimentary alcoholic drinks.

London City Airport

London City Airport is located 9 miles east of Central London in the Docklands area of London and close to a number of key places of interest such as The O2, Greenwich, Canary Wharf and East London.

London City Airport has its own DLR train station which connects the airport to a number of the London Underground lines including Central, Jubilee and Hammersmith and City, this is the easiest way to reach Central London. A DLR counter can be found in the arrivals terminal where you can purchase Visitor Oyster cards.

Car hire is available from London City Airport with Avis, Europcar, Hertz and Budget available outside of the terminal.

Practical Information

When you are travelling on a domestic flight within the UK you will need to provide photographic ID. There are a number of forms of ID that are accepted such as a passport, driving licence, University ID card or SMART Card. Other forms are accepted however it is recommended that you check with the airline in advance.

What to expect in London

London offers a vast contrast from the historic Exeter, with a faster pace, busy atmosphere and increased expense when it comes to hotels in London and eating out. The cost of a typical three course meal will cost up to 25% more in London and you can expect to spend more on public transport due to the size of the city.

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