Cheap flights from Aberdeen to London Heathrow

London is the UK’s capital and attracts countless tourists from across the globe each year. There are a huge number of things to see and do in London and it is home to many of the UK’s most recognisable landmarks. Flights from Aberdeen to London Heathrow run regularly throughout the year.

Aberdeen Airport Facilities

Aberdeen Airport has one main passenger terminal and has many hotels on the site. There are also plenty of shops and restaurants inside the airport building in addition to facilities that include –

Cash machines
Information kiosks
Lost property
Medical Advice
Smoking sections
Free internet access

The passenger lounge is comfortable and spacious and there are also business lounges available if you don’t mind.

Flight Time from Aberdeen to London Heathrow

A direct flight from Aberdeen to London Heathrow takes approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes.

Getting to Aberdeen Airport

You can easily get to Aberdeen Airport by car, bus, coach or train. It’s easy to get there by car or taxi via the A96.  

Coaches also run regularly to Guild Street bus station in the centre of the city. You can a bus from Aberdeen city centre to the airport very easily with services running regularly.

If you want to get there by train, then the nearest station is Dyce. The airport is roughly 2 miles from the station so it’s very easy to get there by taxi.

Transport Options from London Heathrow

Getting from Heathrow to other parts of London is very convenient as the airport is extremely well connected.

If you want to take the Tube, then Heathrow has 3 dedicated stations – one that serves Terminals 2 & 3 and one each for Terminals 4 and 5.

There are also countless taxi firms that serve Heathrow, so you’ll have no problem getting a taxi to anywhere else in London.

National Express run a Heathrow service from many of the other major cities and towns in the UK. If you live in London, then it’s also very easy to get a bus directly to Heathrow bus station.

If you’re driving, then you can get to Heathrow via the M25.

Things to See & Do in London

London has an incredible array of things to see and do. In addition to all the famous landmarks, there are countless shows, exhibitions and museums to explore. Below are some of the main highlights -  

Harry Potter Guided Walking Tour

Harry Potter is one of the most successful franchises of all time and is loved by adults and kids alike. If you want to visit the different locations found in the movie then a Harry Potter Guided Walking Tour is an excellent way to do it. A good guided tour will take you to the various locations seen in the films including Great Scotland Yard, Westminster tube station and Claremont Square.

Windsor Castle

Windsor Castle has been home to British royalty for centuries and it’s a truly breath-taking sight, covering 13 acres in total. It’s a great way to pass an afternoon and you could easily spend hours there exploring.

Hyde Park

Hyde Park is the largest of the four Royal Parks in London and is a great place to visit when the sun is shining. It covers a huge 350 acres and there’s plenty to do there besides walking and talking in the beautiful surroundings. In addition to the many walking and cycle paths there are also multiple tennis courts and football pitches.

It’s very easy to get to Hyde Park from elsewhere in London, with no less than 5 Underground stations within walking distance.

Trafalgar Square

A trip to London wouldn’t be complete without visiting Trafalgar Square. It’s home to Nelson’s Column as well as many statues and fountains. You can also find the National Gallery at the north end of Trafalgar Square.

Best time of the year to visit London

London is an incredible place for sightseeing and if this is your primary reason for visiting then you’ll want to go at a time when you’re likely to experience good weather. If you’d rather avoid the busiest times of the year but still want to benefit from decent weather than early spring would be a time to visit.

The busiest times of the year in London are during late spring and summer when the weather is at its best and kids are off school. December is another incredibly busy month in London, with many seasonal shows and Christmas shopping.