Cheap Flights from Inverness to London
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London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted and London Luton
Flights from Inverness to London
The information below is correct as of July 2015
Airlines that fly from Inverness to London
EasyJet is the only airline operating flights to London airports from Inverness Airport with daily flights direct to Gatwick and Luton.
The terminal building of Inverness Airport opens from 4.30am to 22.30pm Monday-Saturday and 5.15am to 22.30pm on Sundays and is around 5 miles from the City centre. Inverness Airport is small and easy to navigate with check-in areas for airlines clearly signed for easy navigation.
In the departure lounge you’ll find a small selection of retailers including WHSmith and The Fly Nip where you can buy Scottish beers, wines, vodkas and gins. Also in the departure lounge is a bar, café and snack facilities for passengers waiting to board a flight to London.
You can upgrade to the Servisair Executive Lounge when you fly from Inverness Airport. Enjoy a complimentary drink or help yourself to snacks while enjoying free WiFi, watching TV or relaxing with a newspaper.
When flying in from Inverness, you’ll arrive into Gatwick’s North Terminal where arrivals are on the ground floor. There are bureaux de changes, cash machines and a shuttle train which runs every few minutes throughout the day which will take you to Gatwick Airport’s South Terminal in just two minutes. The South Terminal is home to the Gatwick Express Rail Station and from here you can reach the Victoria Station in Central London within 30 minutes.
Gatwick Airport has car hire desks for Hertz, Avis, Europcar, Sixt, National, Alamo, Enterprise and Budget located in the car park opposite Gatwick’s North Terminal building.
When you arrive at Luton Airport it’s just a quick walk through the terminal building to exit with internet desks, cash machines, a Costa café and bureaux de changes in the arrivals hall.
Car hire at Luton Airport is available from the 24/7 Onward Travel Centre with shuttle buses available between the airport and the centre.
If you wish to travel to your destination by rail once you arrive at Luton Airport you can reach the Luton Airport Parkway Station via a shuttle bus which runs every 10 minutes between 5am and 12am.
Domestic flights in the UK require photo ID documents such as passport, driving licence, EU ID Card or SMART card for all passengers over the age of 16.
You are recommended to arrive one hour before your departure time when taking a domestic UK flight. EasyJet offer a mobile check-in service, available when you download their app once you’ve booked your flight. Your boarding pass will be shown on your app which you can then use to board your flight.
What to expect in London
When travelling between Highlands of Scotland and the busy London you will notice a few key differences which can be expected when travelling between a countryside location and the capital. General costs of London will be significantly more expensive especially when it comes to accommodation and dining out. You may end up spending more than you’d expect on travel between the tourist attractions within the city as the city is so large. Throughout the year you will find the weather to be significantly warmer than the temperatures experienced within Inverness.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.