Dubai (DXB) London (LON) Flight Schedule

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Dubai to London Flight Schedule ( 35 flights found )

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British Airways, Iberia, American Airlines, Aer Lingus, Royal Brunei Air, Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic are the airlines that operate between Dubai and London. Every week, there are 208 flights from Dubai to London. Of this number, British Airways has 21, Iberia has 10, American Airlines has 14, Aer Lingus has 17, Royal Brunei Air has 7, Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink has 58, Emirates has 67, Singapore Airlines has 7, and Virgin Atlantic has 7.

To avail of the best offers, you should book your tickets 30-45 days in advance. Flights starting at Dubai leave from Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International Airport. The IATA code of this airport is DXB. Flights landing at London arrive at Luton Airport. The IATA code of this airport is LHR.

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The price of a Dubai to London flight ticket varies between a minimum AED 930 or up to AED 6675.

About Dubai(DXB)

Dubai is the most populated and developed of all cities in the UAE. Although best known for its shopping centers, splendid skyscrapers, and extravagant modern architecture, Dubai has a lot more to offer to tourists. You will discover the true spirit of Dubai in the quiet by-lanes, bustling ‘souks’, and vast stretches of sand dunes.

Dubai is a perfect mix of history, culture, and modernity, making it a suitable destination for every possible kind of tourist. From the latest designer fashion apparel, to exotic spices, gold and diamond jewelry, shopaholics can expect the best experience in Dubai. Walking in and out of the city’s glitzy malls, with spectacular fountains is an experience in itself.

It is easy to reach this ideal destination as Dubai has two international Airports – the Dubai International Airport (DXB) and the Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC). Dubai International Airport is one of the busiest international airports in the world. It has three terminals that offer international flights, regional and low-cost flights, while the third is meant exclusively for Emirates Airline passengers. Dubai International Airport is connected to the metro rail network and can be accessed via taxis and buses as well.

The Al Maktoum International Airport is referred to as the airport of the future and is close to ‘New Dubai’. The Al Maktoum Airport currently has one passenger terminal that caters to both international and domestic flights. This airport can be accessed via buses and the nearest metro station to the airport is Ibn Battuta, from where buses and taxis are available to the airport.

Keep in mind that metro services are not available on Friday mornings and services only start by 1pm on Fridays, so plan your trip to from the airport accordingly.

About London(LON)

London is the most visited city in the world, where old-world charm meets the burgeoning metropolitan culture. It is a city that proudly showcases the celebrated architecture and ancient monuments, while embracing modernity and progress. It will not be wrong to say that London offers an unmatched experience as it is a melting pot of cultures, people, languages, and cuisines.

London is quite literally crowded with architectural and cultural masterpieces like the majestic Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace, Westminster Abbey, Victoria and Albert Museum, and London Tower, to name just a few! To witness the real London take a walk through the city streets to soak in all that is British. London is the world’s fashion capital and it will not disappoint you in terms of nightlife. The sounds of rock, jazz and blues waft out of themed bars and pubs spread all across the city.

As London is the most popular tourist destination, there are several international Airports in London. The three prominent airports in London are London Heathrow Airport, the London City Airport, and the London Gatwick Airport.

The London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the city’s main international airport, which makes it one of the busiest airports in the world. There are four terminals at the London Heathrow Airport – Terminals 2, 3, 4, and 5. For the ease of passengers there are free shuttle train and bus services between the terminals. London Heathrow Airport is well connected with the city by buses, coaches, taxis, underground rail services, and rental cars.

The other airport is The London Gatwick Airport (LGW), which is located at a distance of 45 km south of London. It is the second largest airport in the UK and manages all its flights from a single runway. There are two terminals, namely the North Terminal and South Terminal.

The third airport is The London City Airport (LCY), which is another important commercial airport, located 15 km from the main city. The airport handles all its operations from a single terminal.

Despite the huge crowds, London boasts a well-connected public transport system and this is the most reliable way to commute between various locations in the city to the airport. In addition to the railways and bus services, you can also use taxis and private cars to commute.

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Which airline brands fly from Dubai to London? These airline brands fly from Dubai to London - British Airways, Iberia, American Airlines, Aer Lingus, Royal Brunei Air, Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink, Emirates, Singapore Airlines, and Virgin Atlantic
  2. How many weekly flights from Dubai to London? There are 208 weekly flights from Dubai to London. Following airlines and corresponding weekly flights - British Airways has 21, Iberia has 10, American Airlines has 14, Aer Lingus has 17, Royal Brunei Air has 7, Sunstate Airlines /Qantaslink has 58, Emirates has 67, Singapore Airlines has 7, and Virgin Atlantic has 7
  3. When does the first flight leave from Dubai? The first flight from Dubai to London is at 2:25 AM, which is British Airways airline 106 followed by Iberia 7629 which leaves at 2:25 AM.
  4. When does the last flight leave from Dubai? The last flight from Dubai to London is at 4:30 PM which is Emirates.
  5. What is the airport code of Dubai and London? Airport code of Dubai is DXB and London is LON.
  6. What is the name of the airport in Dubai? The name of the primary airport in Dubai is Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International Airport.
  7. What is the name of the airport in London? The name of the primary airport in London is Luton Airport.

Dubai Airport Details

  • Dubai World Central - Al Maktoum International Airport
  • E 311 - United Arab Emirates
  • (+971) 4 885 0710
  • zaigham.mirza@dubaiairports.ae
  • http://www.dubaiairports.ae/

London Airport Details

 

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