Flights from Johannesburg to London
Before you plan your entire holiday schedule, let ebookers find you flights from Johannesburg to London. In addition to finding cheap plane tickets, the website can help you plan your entire trip.
Getting to London
London is one of the most-travelled-to cities in the world, so there are numerous airports that have flights between Johannesburg and London. While the city is home to four airports, flights from Johannesburg to London arrive at Heathrow Airport, London City Airport and Gatwick Airport. South African Airways, British Airways, bmi and Virgin Atlantic all have non-stop flights between the two cities. Non-stop flights last approximately 11 hours, while the flights with layovers can last anywhere from 16 to 24 hours. Ebookers searches hundreds of flight combinations to find you great deals on international flights. If you're looking for an air ticket with a low fare, you don't have to scour the Internet. Ebookers makes the entire process simple.
Transportation in London
You should always arrange your transportation before you travel so you aren't making last-minute arrangements when your flight lands. Heathrow Airport, London City Airport and Gatwick Airport all have train and bus lines that transport passengers into the city. If you arrive at Heathrow Airport, you need to use a shuttle service to get to the train station, which is located approximately one mile from the airport. Heathrow Airport and London City Airport also have taxi services available to passengers. If you want to have access to a vehicle while you're in London, you can reserve a rental car on the ebookers website. Your car will be ready and waiting when your flight lands.
Saving Money on Travel
If you have a strict travel budget, you can save money by flying during the week. The price of airline tickets is higher on the weekend because it's when the majority of people travel. You can also save money by planning your holiday during London's off-peak travel season: October through April. Keep in mind that the winter weather in London isn't great and attractions close early during these months. Because of this, you should consider traveling to London during the shoulder season: April after Easter, May and September. The weather is decent, and the city is a lot less crowded. Most tourists haven't started their holidays by April or May, and by September, many of the tourists have gone home. While the travel rates aren't as cheap as they are during the off-peak season, you'll pay less than you would if you planned your holiday in June, July or August. Ebookers does more than book flights from Johannesburg to London. The website offers holiday packages that are designed to save you money. Holiday packages combine the cost of your flight, hotel and rental car to get you the best deal. You can also opt to purchase a package that only contains your airline tickets and hotel stay, or one that includes your flight and rental car. Combining the services you need into one purchase not only makes planning your holiday easy but also saves you money.
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- 5 direct flights are operating from Johannesburg to London today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 11h 18m.
- British Airways flight 056 (8:20 PM GMT, Airbus Industrie A380 Passenger) is today's earliest available flight from Johannesburg to London.
- British Airways flight 054 (10:00 PM GMT, Boeing 747-400 Passenger) is today's latest available flight from Johannesburg to London.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Johannesburg to London (British Airways flight 056, Airbus Industrie A380 Passenger) takes 11h 5m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Johannesburg to London (South African Airways flight 236, Airbus Industrie A330-200) takes 11h 30m.
- Flights from O.R. Tambo Intl. Airport (JNB) to Heathrow Airport (LHR), London City Airport (LCY) are available for this route.
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