This Route is Operated by:
Ryanair, Flybe, British Airways, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 10 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||London|
|Flights arrive in:||Venice|
|Airlines:||Eurowings, Ryanair, Air Europa, easyJet|
There are plenty of flights operating every day from London to Venice, especially during the peak tourist season. Services run throughout the day from the early morning to late at night, with several airlines flying out of different London based airports to Venice Marco Polo Airport. The flight time from London to Venice is around two hours and fifteen minutes.
There are three main airlines running flights directly from London-based airports to Venice and there’s something for all budgets. Operating mostly out of Stansted Airport, budget airline Ryanair runs several services to Venice. Easyjet provides services from Luton and Gatwick airports. British Airways also flies the route, putting on several flights from different airports around London every day.
The flight time from London to Venice takes from two hours to two hours and twenty minutes, depending on the time of day of the flight and the airline.
London to Venice is a well-served route and there are frequent flights from airports in and around the Greater London area. With between 12 and 15 flights daily, there's plenty of options to suit a variety of budgets and starting locations.
Departure airport: There are six airports serving the wider London area and depending on where you live, depends on the convenience of each. Stansted Airport, to the north of London, sees several daily Ryanair flights to Venice. There are also some Ryanair flights throughout the week from London Southend Airport to the east of the city. Easyjet flights to Venice go from either Gatwick Airport, to the south of the city, or Luton, to the north. British Airways also operates out of Gatwick, as well as Heathrow, in the far west of London, and London City Airport, in the Docklands area of east London, the most central of these airports. There are many good connections between London and its airports including buses, coach services, trains and taxis, as well as having parking provisions.
Arrival airport: Flights from London land in Venice Marco Polo Airport, around 9 miles from Venice itself. The airport is also well-served by trains, privately-run coach services and taxis, as well as providing car hire.