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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
2 hours 33 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Rotterdam|
|Flights arrive in:||London|
|Airlines:||BA Cityflyer, pegasus|
For business travellers who need to hop quickly across the channel, British Airways offers frequent direct flights from Rotterdam to London. Through their subsidiary BA Cityflyer, passengers can find themselves in the British capital in as little as 55 minutes. With 4-6 flights each weekday and 1 per day over the weekend, passengers are sure to find a journey that fits their schedule.
Flights from Rotterdam The Hague Airport to London City Airport are operated solely by British Airways. Their subsidiary airline BA Cityflyer lands directly in the city, perfect for business travellers.
The flight from Rotterdam to London is a short one, taking just 55 minutes to complete the route. With numerous flight options per day, passengers can easily return to the Netherlands the same day, making a day trip to London a viable option for business or pleasure travel.
During the week, passengers can expect to choose up to 6 direct flights. Departures are spread throughout the day, offering morning, afternoon and evening flights. Over the weekend, there is a single flight each day. The time of the flight changes so passengers should be sure to check in advance when making travel plans.
Departure airport: All flights depart from Rotterdam The Hague Airport. Located just over 4 miles from the centre of town, the airport has great links with public transport. Bus route 33 connects the city to the terminals, or passengers can use metro line E to reach the airport in just 30 minutes. Within the airport, travellers can expect a relaxed self-service restaurant, an espresso bar and an airport shop equipped with cosmetics, alcohol, cigarettes and any travel necessities.
Arrival airport: All flights arrive at the centrally located London City Airport. Conveniently located, passengers can organise onward travel by car, bus or the Docklands Light Railway, which gives access to central London. Before arriving, passengers can purchase an Oyster card which they can use to travel on the DLR. Airport facilities include numerous eating and drinking establishments, postal services, duty-free shopping and free WiFi. With central London less than half an hour away, passengers may travel directly into the city where options are endless.