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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 41 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Budapest|
|Flights arrive in:||London|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Wizz Air, Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter|
Flying from Budapest to London is simple, with flights departing from Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport for the British capital every day of the week. There are frequent departures throughout the day, including early-morning (6.00 a.m.) and late-night (21.20 p.m.) departures. The longest direct flight time on this route takes 2 hours 45 minutes and it’s possible to touch down at Stanstead, Heathrow, Southend, Luton and Gatwick airports.
Airlines operating direct services between Budapest and London include carriers like Wizz (a Hungarian budget airline), Ryanair and British Airways. EasyJet also provides a once-daily service to London Gatwick. Indirect services are provided by a wide range of European carriers, including Lufthansa, Air France and Swiss.
The journey between Budapest and London takes around 2 hours 40 minutes. The flight time to London Southend airport is the shortest available (2 hours 25 minutes), while easyJet services usually take 2 hours 45 minutes to reach Gatwick.
The Budapest to London route offers a range of departure times for travelers to choose from. Travelers can expect to be able to choose from around 13 direct options throughout the week, and dozens of one and two-stop flights all year round.
Departure Airport: Budapest: All flights from Budapest to London depart from Budapest Liszt Ferenc International Airport (BUD). To get there, travelers can catch the 100E express bus to the airport from central Budapest (Deák Ferenc square), or take the more frequent but slower 200E service (from the Kőbánya-Kispest subway station). The airport itself hosts a range of amenities like stores and restaurants, pay-per-use lounges and free Wi-Fi in the terminal for up to 2 hours.
Arrival Airports: London: Flights to London from Budapest touch down at Luton, Stansted, Heathrow, Gatwick, Southend airports. Rapid train connections link Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted to central London. The Docklands Light Railway links London City Airport to the center, while those arriving at Southend can take the C2C bus, then the train from Leigh-on-Sea into Fenchurch Street station. All London airports offer a range of stores, cafes and restaurants, and have various Wi-Fi services available.