|Distance||191 miles (308 km)|
Flights from London to Plymouth cover the 191 miles (308 km) long route with our travel partners like Flybe. There are direct flight services available.
When flying to Plymouth from London, passengers have a choice of landing at either Newquay Cornwall Airport or Exeter International Airport in Devon. There are up to 20 departures a day, at least six of which are direct with a similar timetable in operation seven days a week. The direct flight time is approximately one hour 15 minutes while the combined flight time of connecting routes varies from just under three hours to just over four hours. Departures are from London City, London Heathrow or London Southend airports.
Direct flights from London to Plymouth are operated by flybe.com while connecting services are offered by KLM on a codeshare route with AIRFRANCE and flybe.com in conjunction with aurigny.com.
Direct flights to either Newquay or Exeter airports take approximately one hour 15 minutes. Other services involve one or two connections and have combined flight times from just under three hours to around four hours. Connections are made at Paris Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam Schiphol, Jersey or Guernsey airports.
A similar timetable is in operation seven days a week with up to six direct flights to Plymouth from London and at least a dozen further connecting flights. Departures start in the early morning and continue until late evening.
Departure airport: Flights to Plymouth from London depart from one of three London airports, Heathrow (LHR), City (LCY) or Southend (SEN). London City is located in Docklands on the underground and DLR network. Heathrow is 16 miles west of the city centre while Southend is approximately 41 miles east. There are direct rail and bus services to both airports. All London airports have car parking, taxi ranks, car hire desks, wifi, banking services, shops, cafes and restaurants.
Arrival airport: Exeter International Airport (EXT) is just over 40 miles northwest of Plymouth while Newquay Cornwall Airport (NQY) is approximately 38 miles west. A combined bus and train journey is necessary to get from either airport to Plymouth. Both Exeter and Newquay Cornwall are small airports. Their facilities include wifi, parking, taxi ranks, car hire desks and a small range of shops and cafes.
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