There are five London airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton and London City.
Among these is the most important airport on the European continent: London Heathrow Airport, which is also the fourth busiest airport in the world.
London Heathrow Airport is in the Top Ten among the most important airports in the world by number of passengers. This is the main airport in London and the most important European airport. The airport is located 24 km west of central London with which it is connected by the Piccadilly underground line and by several fast lines. Including the Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect which connect it to Paddington station. There are also numerous bus, taxi and shuttle services.
London Gatwick airport is the second largest airport in London. This airport is located 46 km south of central London with which it is connected by fast railway lines. The train station is located near the South Terminal and has frequent and fast connections via the Brighton Main Line to London Victoria and London Bridge stations. The Gatwick Express which arrives at London Victoria station is the best known connection service. First Capital Connect has direct trains to Luton Airport.
London Stansted Airport is the third largest airport in London. This airport is located 48 km north-east of central London with which it is connected by trains (Stansted Express) which leave from the railway station located below the airport. The Stansted Express connects Liverpool Street station to London every 15 minutes, the journey takes about 45 minutes. If you are more than four people, it can be convenient to use the chauffeur-driven car service, which is precise, punctual and efficient.
London Luton Airport is the fourth largest airport in London. This airport is located 56km north of central London. A railway station, Luton Airport Parkway Station, connects the airport via the Midland Main Line to London St Pancras station and Gatwick airport.
This airport is located a few kilometers east of the city center, with which it is connected via a section of the Docklands Light Railway.