Cheap Flights from London to Stuttgart (LON - STR)

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Flight information London to Stuttgart

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Average flight time, total distance 454 miles

1h 35min

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Frequently asked questions

There's one airport in Stuttgart: Stuttgart.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from London to Stuttgart is £39. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
1h 35min is the average flight time from London to Stuttgart.
There are 6 airlines who fly direct from London to Stuttgart.
As of February, there are 42 flights per week flying from London to Stuttgart.

This information is correct as of January 2016

Airlines that fly from London to Stuttgart

British Airways, EasyJet and German Wings all provide direct flights from London to Stuttgart. British Airways and German Wings flights depart from London Heathrow Airport whilst EasyJet flights depart from London Gatwick.

Terminal Information

London Heathrow

London Heathrow has four terminals. British Airways flights to Stuttgart depart from Terminal 5 and German Wings flights depart from Terminal 2. The airport advises passengers on European flights to arrive two hours before their scheduled flight departure time. Check-in desks for both Terminal 2 Terminal 5 are located on the top floor of each building.

Both Terminal 2 and Terminal 5 have a great selection of facilities for passengers. There are high street shops like Boots and WHSmith, and designer boutiques like Mulberry and Cartier. You’ll also find a currency exchange, a duty free store, a range of outlets for food and drink and a premium lounge available for a fee.

There is 4 hours of free Wi-Fi access at Heathrow.

London Gatwick

London Gatwick is split between North and South terminals. EasyJet flights for Stuttgart depart from the North Terminal. Passengers on European flights are advised to arrive at least three hours before their flight is scheduled to depart. Easyjet offer advance online or mobile app check in only, at least 2 hours before the flight time.

The North Terminal departures lounge has all of the facilities you’ll need to stock up on holiday essentials or get a bite to eat before your flight. There is a currency exchange, internet access, a duty free store, high street shops and restaurants, and a premium lounge too.

Stuttgart Airport

Stuttgart Airport is located around 13 kilometres south of Stuttgart city centre. The airport has four terminals, with Terminals 1, 2 and 3 in the same building and Terminal 4 located separately. British Airways flights arrive to Terminal 1, German Wings flights arrive to both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 and EasyJet flights arrive to Terminal 3.

In the arrivals hall there are plenty of shops, cafés and restaurants. Free Wi-Fi is available for up to one hour, there are cash machines and a Tourist Information desk. Car hire offices are located on Level 2 of Terminal 3. Car hire companies available at Stuttgart Airport include Avis, Buchbinder, Enterprise, Europcar, Global Drive, Sixt and Hertz.

To get to Stuttgart city centre by public transport you have the option of either the subway or the bus. The S-Bahn train leaves from Level 1 of Terminal 1 and offers connections on both S2 and S3 routes. Trains run between 5:00 and 0:00 every day and it takes around 30 minutes to reach the city centre. If you choose to take the bus, you’ll find bus stops located in front of the terminals at the arrivals level. The buses provide various routes around Stuttgart city and to other cities too.

What to Expect in Stuttgart

Stuttgart enjoys four distinct seasons. Usually temperatures are a degree or two colder than in London but the German city is much drier, with rainfall peaking in June and July.

Whether you’re eating out, heading to a bar or travelling around the city, you’ll find Stuttgart much cheaper than London. The average mid-range three course meal for two costs around 40.00, a bottle of beer costs €3.00 and a one way journey on public transport costs €2.70. Taxi travel and supermarket shopping are also much less expensive than in London.

Stuttgart is one hour ahead of the UK. 

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