Flights from London to Corfu

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London to Corfu

  • London to Corfu is 1,263 miles
  • The most popular airline flying from London to Corfu last month was easyJet
  • The average flight time from London to Corfu is 3h
  • 7 airlines fly direct from London to Corfu
  • There are 41 flights a week from London to Corfu
  • £54 was the cheapest return price from London to Corfu last month

This information is correct as of December 2015

Airlines that fly from London to Corfu

Ryanair, Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways all fly to Corfu from Stansted Airport. Thomson Airways and easyJet fly from Luton Airport. British Airways offer summer seasonal flights to Corfu from Heathrow. Norwegian Air Shuttle and Small Planet Airlines both fly to Corfu from Gatwick.

Terminal Information – Departing

This is only a guideline. Always check your boarding pass for up-to-date terminal information.

From Stansted: Stansted Airport only has one terminal. Most of the departure lounge facilities are clustered together. We recommend keeping an eye on the boards and heading to your gate as soon as it's called, as you may have to take a shuttle or walk for 10-20 minutes. There's a James Martin restaurant as well as an Itsu and a champagne bar if you want to kick off your holiday in style. There's also a Giraffe and an American Diner. Shops include World Duty Free, Hamleys and The Body Shop.

From Luton: There's only one terminal at Luton Airport. There's an Aspire Lounge upstairs, with views across the regular departure lounge. Shops at the airport include WHSmith and Hotel Chocolat as well as the usual designer and duty free stores. There are plenty of places to grab a bite to eat, including Krispy Kreme.

From Heathrow: British Airways usually fly from Terminal 5. This is Heathrow's newest terminal and is chock full of designer shops and great places to grab a bite. Gordon Ramsay and Antonio Carluccio both have restaurants in this terminal, but there are some regular places to eat if you want to keep it low-key.

From Gatwick: flights to Corfu usually depart from Gatwick's South Terminal. This is the same terminal as the airport's transport hub, so if you're arriving by train you won't have to go far. There's one executive lounge (No.1 Traveller) if you want to kick off your holiday in style. The terminal is huge with a fantastic range of shops and eateries.

Terminal Information – Arriving

You can reach the city by taxi, bus, pre-arranged transfer, or by rental car. Licensed taxis will have a rate card clearly on display in their window. Although the price will depend on where you're going you can expect to pay about €10* (roughly £7.30) for the trip into the city centre. Bus number 15 also goes into the city, but this is a less popular method for tourists. If you want to explore and see more of Corfu you can rent a car at the airport. Remember to compare car hire prices with Skyscanner to get the best deal.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to fly from London to Corfu. We recommend arriving at least two hours before scheduled departure time for international flights.

What to expect in Corfu

Corfu is two hours ahead of London and the currency is the Euro (€). Corfu is a lot warmer than London. Expect summer temperatures of 25°C and a winter temperature of 10°C. Corfu is a lot cheaper than London, too. You can expect to pay about £2.20* for a pint of local beer, and around £22* for a three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant.

*Prices subject to change