Flights from Geneva to London

Geneva to London

  • 3 airlines fly direct from Geneva to London
  • £46 was the cheapest return price from Geneva to London last month
  • The average flight time from Geneva to London is 1h 30min
  • London is served by 6 airports. These are London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton, London Southend, London Stansted.
  • The most popular airline flying from Geneva to London last month was British Airways
  • Geneva to London is 461 miles
  • There are 191 flights a week from Geneva to London

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Flights from Geneva to London

This information is correct as of October 2015

Airlines that fly from Geneva to London

Swiss International Airlines fly direct to London-City and London-Heathrow, with seasonal flights to Gatwick. Thomson Airways fly seasonally to London-Gatwick and London-Luton. Aer Lingus offer a seasonal charter to London-Gatwick, and British Airways fly direct to London-Heathrow with seasonal flights to London-Gatwick. easyJet fly to London-Gatwick and London-Luton with seasonal flights to London-Southend and London-Stansted. easyJet Switzerland also fly to London-Gatwick. Monarch Airlines offer seasonal flights to London-Gatwick and London-Stansted. The Geneva to London route is the airport's busiest, so we recommend booking your flights as early as possible.

Terminal Information – Departing

There are two terminals at Geneva Airport. Terminal 1 is the main terminal, while Terminal 2 is used by charter flights during the winter ski season.  Scheduled flights to London depart from Terminal 1. The airport offers guests free Wi-Fi for up to 90 minutes. There are ten restaurants to choose from if you get hungry, offering a wealth of world cuisines. Whether you're in the mood for Japanese, American, Argentinean, or classic Swiss fondue you'll find something to tickle your taste buds. There are also some small snack bars and coffee shops if you just want to grab something quick.  When you fly from Switzerland to the UK you can indulge in tax free shopping. Excellent news as the airport has a massive array of luxury stores. Treat yourself to a Swiss watch or some delicious chocolate before boarding your flight to London.

Terminal Information – Arriving

London-City: A small airport with one terminal, City is easy to navigate. The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) connects the airport to the underground system. Trains serve the airport every 8-15 minutes. Buses 473 and 474 also go to Central London. There's a taxi rank outside: expect to pay around £35* to Covent Garden in the city centre.

At Gatwick: British Airways, easyJet and Thomson land at the north terminal while Monarch, Swiss and Thomas Cook land at the south. A free inter-terminal shuttle connects the two terminals. The railway station is located in the south terminal. The Gatwick Express is the fastest way to reach the city centre, and tickets are cheaper if you book them online in advance. Coaches, buses and taxi ranks serve both terminals.

At Luton: The train offers the quickest way into London. There's a free shuttle from the airport to Luton Airport Parkway train station. The journey takes about 10 minutes, while the train takes just over 20 to reach the city centre. National Express and easyBus offer coach transfers from the airport.

At Heathrow: Every terminal is served by train, underground, and bus. The Heathrow Express offers the fastest way to reach the city. The least expensive route into town is taking the Piccadilly Line on the Underground.

At Southend: Trains are available to London Liverpool Street. Tickets cost £14.90* and the journey takes about 50 minutes. There are also buses and coaches.

At Stansted: The train is the fastest method of transport, particularly the Stansted Express to Liverpool Street. It's cheaper if you book your tickets in advance: the same is true for buses and coaches.

Practical Information

The UK isn't part of the Schengen Agreement. You will need your passport to fly from Switzerland to London.

What to expect in London

London is one hour behind Switzerland and the currency is the Pound Sterling (£). London is generally cheaper than Geneva, especially in terms of food and drink. London experiences milder winters than Geneva: the average temperature in London in January is 7°C compared with 2°C in Geneva.

*Prices subject to change

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