Flights from London to Venice

London to Venice

  • Venice is served by 2 airports. These are Venice Treviso, Venice Marco Polo.
  • London to Venice is 697 miles
  • £33 was the cheapest return price from London to Venice last month
  • The average flight time from London to Venice is 2h
  • The most popular airline flying from London to Venice last month was easyJet
  • 6 airlines fly direct from London to Venice
  • There are 109 flights a week from London to Venice

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Flights from London to Venice

This information is correct as of August 2015

Airlines that fly from London to Venice

There are a number of daily direct flights from London to Venice, these are served by British Airways, Ryanair, Easyjet, Thomson Airways and Monarch Airlines.

Flights from Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo Airport are available with Easyjet, Thomson Airways, Monarch and British Airways. British Airways also operate flights from Heathrow Airport. Flights from Stansted Airport to Venice Treviso Airport are operated by Ryanair.

Terminal Information

It is recommended that you arrive at the airport at least 2 hours before your flight to Venice is scheduled to depart to allow enough time to check in, go through security and find the gate for your flight. Checking in online or via mobile will free up some time at the airport, if you have hold luggage this can be checked in at the bag drop desks.

Gatwick Airport

Easyjet and Monarch flights from Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo Airport depart from the South Terminal. Passengers flying with Thomson Airways and British Airways will depart from the North terminal. There is a free shuttle train which runs between the two terminals every few minutes throughout the day. Both terminals offer a host of shopping facilities, bars, restaurants and cafes including Boots, Accessorize, Harrods, Pret a Manger and Wetherspoon pubs. Gatwick Airport passengers can enjoy up to 90 minutes of free Wi-Fi whilst in the terminal, if you need to charge your phone charging points are available in both departure lounges.

Heathrow Airport

British Airways flights from Heathrow depart from Terminal 5 which is exclusive to British Airways passengers. An exciting selection of eateries are available within the departure lounge, Caviar House and Prunier Seafood Bar, Fortnum & Mason Champagne Bar and Gordon Ramsay’s Plane Food are just a few of these. Designer fashion brands are in abundance alongside a number of airport essentials such as Boots and WHSmith. Heathrow Airport offers 4 hours of Wi-Fi for passengers which should cover your stay in the airport.

Stansted Airport

Stansted is a single terminal airport and is the base for Ryanair flights to Venice Treviso Airport. After reaching the departure lounge shopping, restaurants and cafes are in abundance to enjoy before your flight from Café Balzar and Costa to James Martin Kitchen and Gourmet Hotdog. An hour of Wi-Fi is available whilst you’re waiting in the departure lounge. An additional bag policy at Stansted Airport means you can take a standard sized bag of shopping from the airport shops onto the flight alongside your hand luggage.

Venice Marco Polo Airport

Venice Marco Polo Airport is the closest airport to Venice, located 14km to the north west of the city on the SS14. Bus services run from the airport to the bus station in Venice and the Venice Mestre railway station. Water shuttle buses depart from the airport at regular intervals. A one way ticket from the airport to Venice costs €15, children under 6 travel free.

Venice Treviso Airport

Venice Treviso Airport is 40km to the north of the city and is mostly served by the low cost airlines. If you are travelling with Ryanair a bus service operated by BARZI is available from the airport into the city centre with a journey time of 40 minutes. There are a number of other coach and bus services available for those travelling with other airlines. Car hire is available with desks in the arrivals terminal of the airport.

What to expect in Venice

Venice is considered to be one of the most expensive cities in Italy, especially when it comes to food and dining out. Despite the high costs of eating out drinks are much cheaper with prosecco cocktails costing around €3.A private water taxi in Venice can cost around €100, depending on the length of your journey, which although convenient and one of the easiest ways to get around the costs can quickly add up.

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