Flights from London Heathrow (LHR) to Amritsar (ATQ) in northern India have proved to be popular for those travelling between England and India. Services from London are usually provided by airlines in the form of connecting flights. The following airlines operate between 'Heathrow and Amritsar: Turkmenistan Airlines via Ashgabat, Jet Airways and Air India via New Delhi, Air India likewise via New Delhi; Qatar Airways via Doha.
The actual flight time between the two cities is around 11 hours. However, since flights normally involve a stopover, the actual travelling time may be much longer when the time taken for the stopovers is also taken into consideration.
It is important to book tickets early on this long-haul route. As the Golden Temple is Sikhisms holiest shrine, Amritsar is a particularly popular destination during festivals, when prices will usually be higher. These include the Sikh festival Guru Nanak Jayanti in October-November, and Lohri, which is celebrated in the month of Paush, around January.
Heathrow connect trains serve all 5 terminals in Heathrow Airport and leave from Paddington stopping at Ealing, Hanwell. Southall and Hayes.