Flights, Airlines and Airport Transfers


Travelling in and out of the UK is easy, with daily flights to and from nearly every major international city. Budget airlines like Easyjet, Monarch, Ryan Air and Thomsonfly, fly to most European countries.

The cheapest flights are usually very early in the morning or late at night, on weekdays, as opposed to at weekends and will tend to be from airports located a little further out from the city's main airport.

Another great way of finding cheap flights is searching in a database. After filling in the date that you would like to travel and the place you would like to visit it will show you the cheapest flights available from different airlines. Booking a flight this way can save you a lot of money.

You can save money by booking flights early and not leaving it until the last minute. The best fares and options can be found about 12 weeks before your travel date, but sometimes airlines will randomly advertise £1 fares (Yes! Only £1!!), where all you do is pay the tax on that ticket.

Be Careful! There are often lots of hidden costs that the cheaper airlines try and get you to pay on top of the headline prices, such as paying for your seat, luggage and onboard drinks.

You can find the best deals on flights to and from the UK using the search bar below:

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