Favourite airline: Aer Lingus
Flight tickets on the route Leeds – London are most frequently booked with Aer Lingus.
Aer Lingus
25 %
British Airways
12 %
Iberia
0 %
Tip: book 6 weeks before departure
The best time to find a cheap flight on this route is 6 weeks before travel. Save up to 30 %.
39 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Thursday
The cheapest day to fly on this route is Thursday.
Direct flights are more expensive
Compared to direct flights, flights with a stopover on this route are on average 29 % cheaper.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
01h 15min
06h 15min
08h 55min
£85
£66
£185
Favourite connection: via Dublin
When booking flights from Leeds to London 39 % of travellers prefer to fly via Dublin.
Route
bookings
1 stopover Dublin
06h 15min, from £66
39 %
1 stopover Amsterdam Schiphol
04h 35min, from £126
19 %
1 stopover Belfast City
08h 25min, from £156
13 %
Return from £66.00
Currently, flights on this route are cheapest departing on 17/01/19 and returning on 23/01/19.

£66
Cheap
£66
Expensive
£248

A city for everyone

 London has evolved, over its 2000 year history, into a city of culture, with a lively nightlife and proud traditions. A truly cosmopolitan metropolis, there's always something interesting going on. 

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Best time to go for annual events

 There are occasions when London celebrates on a large scale. Every August Bank Holiday weekend the West Indian community holds the Notting Hill Carnival. Parades wind their way through the streets of West London, with glitter-clad dancers moving to steel bands. 

 In February, London's Chinatown celebrates Chinese New Year with parades down Shaftesbury Avenue and onto Trafalgar Square. Chinese dragons and lions are followed by dancers and performers. 

 26 miles of London's streets give way to the London Marathon every April, when thousands of people cheer on the runners as they go past famous landmarks like Tower Bridge and Buckingham Palace. 

 The Oxford and Cambridge Boat Race takes place on the Thames between Putney and Mortlake. The event itself only takes about 16 minutes, but spectators turn out to watch from the water's edge. 

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Congestion charge and insider tips

If arriving by car, be aware that there is a congestion charge of roughly £11 which applies when entering the inner city zone Monday to Friday between 7am and 6pm. London is generally more expensive than other cities in the UK. 

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Getting into and travelling around the capital

 All London airports have train services into the centre. From Heathrow, the cheapest option is the underground, using the Piccadilly line. It takes around 30 minutes, and a one way ticket is roughly £6. The Heathrow Express into Paddington Station takes half this time and costs around £26. Taxis are approximately £33, taking 40 minutes depending on traffic. Gatwick is a little further out, and the Gatwick Express costs about £18 into Victoria Station. A taxi will be roughly £100 and will take around an hour. Stansted and Luton airports are smaller hubs, and trains are about £15 one way and take around 45 minutes. 

Busses, trains and tube trains are plentiful in London. Buying an Oyster Card is recommended and can be used on all public transport offering a small discount on every fare. Around £7 a day covers hopping on and off at all the sights around the city.

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