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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
5 hours 26 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||London|
|Flights arrive in:||Rotterdam|
|Airlines:||BA Cityflyer, pegasus|
Flying is an excellent option for anyone who needs to make the trip from London to Rotterdam. During the week, there are 6 daily flights, and while there aren't any Saturday services, a couple of flights leave on Sundays. Expect the journey time to total between 50-55 minutes.
There's only one option when it comes to flights from London to Rotterdam. BA CityFlyer is the only airline that covers the route at the moment, offering regular flights from London City Airport.
Flying to Rotterdam from London is an extremely quick route to the European continent. Flights will take between 50 and 55 minutes to reach Rotterdam The Hague Airport, when no changes are required.
Passengers can choose from 6 weekday flights to Rotterdam from London. At weekends, the frequency dips considerably, with no flights on Saturdays, and 2 direct options on Sundays. Flight schedules run all year-round, with no seasonal disruptions.
Departure airport: Flights from London to Rotterdam will depart from London City Airport. City is easy to reach for most people in the London area. One option is to head to Bank or Stratford and take the Docklands Light Railway, which runs straight to the airport. Local buses also serve the airport, while taxis from the West End will take around 45 minutes. Parking spaces are available a short walk from the terminal as well. At the airport, travelers can dine, shop for essentials and register via their smartphones or laptops use free wifi services.
Arrival airport: Flights to Rotterdam from London will touch down at Rotterdam The Hague Airport. After arrival, travelers have a couple of transfer options to reach their destination. One option is to take RET Bus 33 to Meiijersplein Metro station, before switching to Line E of the RandstadRail Metro. Overall, it shouldn't take more than 30 minutes to reach the center of Rotterdam. However, car hire and taxis are available too. If passengers intend to reach the Hague (Den Haag), the same process applies. Just take Line E in the opposite direction towards Den Haag Station, which should take 30-35 minutes in total.