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There are some little tricks we can help when buying a ticket a little cheaper than the rest of us, let’s see how such Tuesday is the best day to get a ticket, around noon would be the best time. According to a study that is the circumstance itself to find the deals more palatable.
Avoid flying out on Friday and returning on Sunday is the most common trick and try to buy the ticket as soon as possible. Once we find the flight that best suits us in the search it is best to turn to the web of the company you want to fly to contrast prices.
It is very important not to punish the same itinerary from the same computer , as the flight search and automatically saves your IP increases your flight ticket. We should not rule out buying the round trip separately, sometimes can cost cheaper. And if we can choose from where as always keep small airports because their price is always higher.
With nearly 8millones inhabitants and a metropolitan area, the largest of the EU, with about 14 million, London has five airports in its vicinity, all perfectly connected with the city: Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City and Heathrow.
Gatwick Airport (LGW).
It is the second largest airport after Heathrow area and is located south of London, about 45 km from the capital, about 40 miles north of Brighton. Here come the low cost carriers Easyjet and Ryanair called (also at Stansted) with flights from Spain. To reach the center, we must take the Gatwick Express train connects the South Terminal (from the North Terminal take a bus connection to Gatwick train station) with the central London Victoria station. Journey time: 30 minutes.
Stansted Airport (STN).
It is further from the airport all at a distance of 61 km northeast of London, and about 50 miles south of Cambridge. This airport (Ryanair is headquartered here) reach most low cost companies from Spain and other European countries. To reach the center, we must take the Stansted Express train connects the airport to London Liverpool Street station (we can come to Tottenham Hale station and take the subway). Journey time: 45 minutes and trains every 15.
Luton Airport (LTN).
Airport located about 51 km northwest of London, where the company is headquartered Easyjet. From the airport take a bus (every 10 minutes between 05:00 h and midnight) connection to Luton Airport Parkway station, located 2.5 kilometers (5 minutes). From the railway station Luton Parkway will have to catch a train to St Pancras International station (21 minutes approx.).
London City Airport (LCY).
It is the smallest and close to all London airports (to 9.5 km east of central London and only 4.8 miles from Canary Wharf). The airport is accessible by taxi, bus, underground and DLR (Docklands Light Rail), and is used by small planes for quick access to the city’s financial district.
Heathrow Airport (LHR).
It is the busiest airspace in the UK and across Europe. It is located 32 km west of central London, and has 5 terminals. We could say that is formed by three airports, terminals T1-2-3, T4 and T5.
Since we can take the call T5 Heathrow Express links the airport with London Paddington station (Piccadilly subway line also or blue line).
From T1-2-3, we can take the Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect (the latter makes more stops) to London Paddington station above. Alternatively we are able to take the underground (Piccadilly Line, or blue) or National Express coach to Victoria Coach Station (Victoria coach station).
From T4, only we are able to take the underground Piccadilly line or bus to go to another terminal to catch the Heathrow Express / Connect.