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|Most Popular Month||May, June & July|
|Best Day to Fly||Friday|
|Most Popular Route||JFK – LHR|
|Most Famous airport||London Heathrow Airport|
|Duration from direct flight||6 hrs 50 mins (average)|
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Flight information New York to London
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Average Flight time, Total distance 3442 miles
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Tips to find the cheapest fares on the flights from New York to London
If you have plans to travel to London from New York, then you should know some of the facts and data that would help you find the cheapest flight for this route.
- To book your flights at cheapest, try and book at least 60 days before your departure date
- If possible, try and book morning flights. The morning departure are said to be 32% cheaper than an evening or night departure.
Did you Know?
Why ride, when you can fly?
It was 4th October 1958, when the first flight took-off on the route across the Atlantic from New York to London by BOAC today called as British Airway’s.
Britain’s own capital city, London is surprisingly among the world’s topmost tourist places that attracts up to nearly 15 million tourists per annum. London is famous for its heritage culture, vibrant arts, and entertainment centre. Moreover, the city of London also provides you one of the globe’s biggest cultural attraction concentrations. Besides the royal heritages, palaces, to the parliament building, ancient churches, and museums. London has it all. You can also experience breath-taking views from the giant Ferris wheel. London is a promising tourist destination that will never go short of places to explore for any kind of tourist.
Most Popular Places in London
- Big Ben
- Coca-Cola London Eye
- Warner Bros. Studio
- Buckingham Palace
- Tower of London
- The view from the Shard
- Sea Life London
- Madame Tussauds
- London Dungeon
- Westminster Abbey
- Tower Bridge
- The British Museum
- National Gallery
- The Two Tates: Tate Britain and Tate Modern
The city of London has a total number of six airports; London Gatwick, London Luton, London Southend, London Heathrow, London city, and London Stansted.
The total number of flights that fly on this route are 1,982 per week.
On the route of New York to London Finnair, British Airways, and American Airlines are the most frequent airlines. Flying almost 35 times, and 32 times per day respectively.
London not being a rainy city, receives 24 inches of rain per year on average, which is approx. half of the New York City. However, New York is warmer than London in summers but is cooler than London in the winter season.
There are approx. 15 airlines that have nonstop flights on this route.