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Flights to Stuttgart

Flights to Stuttgart take you to the city that lays claim to being one of the centres of Germany's luxury car industry, as well as motor museums to match. It's a cultured place, too. Direct flights from London mean you can be in Stuttgart in an hour and a half, and onward connections to the city are quick and straightforward.

Which is the main airport in Stuttgart?

Stuttgart Airport, some eight miles from the city centre, is the airport which serves the city of Stuttgart. It's a large, efficient airport with four terminals, plentiful facilities and a direct link to the city's suburban rail system. Journeys to the city centre take half an hour.

Which airlines offer flights to Stuttgart?

Direct flights from London reach Stuttgart in just over 90 minutes. Among operators which offer direct flights are British Airways, easyJet and Eurowings. KLM, Ryanair and SAS are among those offering indirect journeys to Stuttgart by plane.

Why travel by plane to Stuttgart?

Flights to Stuttgart take you directly to an airport that's just a short distance from the centre of this vibrant and cultured German city. The airport is both modern and efficient. What's more, transport links on Stuttgart's suburban rail system take you to the city centre in just half an hour. Taxis are available, too. Flights from the UK are frequent and affordable, and the short journey times when travelling the route by plane make it the most convenient way to reach the city by far.

Before you travel to Stuttgart by plane - good to know!

Mercedes Benz and Porsche both have their headquarters in Stuttgart. More importantly for the visitor, each has a large and fascinating museum. Even if you're not a car nut, at least one of these is an essential visit, since they trace the history of Stuttgart itself. There are plentiful art museums too, with the biggest being the Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, the state gallery. Provocative contemporary works are to be found in an appropriately ultra modern setting in the glass cube that is the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart. For families, Wilhelma is the city's highly regarded zoo, with a wide variety of animals in a quirky park in the Moorish style, originally designed for King Wilhelm. Stuttgart's city centre is pedestrianised making getting around very easy.

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