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Looking for cheap London flights? Then you’ve come to the right place. At Student Flight’s we are dedicated to finding you the cheapest flight to London, because the less you spend on your airfare, the more you can spend on making your London Holiday, the trip of a lifetime.


At Student Flights, we understand that every dollar counts, which is why we are the experts in student flights to London. Whether you are after Sydney to London flights, Melbourne to London flights or looking to fly to London from your hometown in Australia, we are confident that our discount flights to London won’t break the bank.


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Airports in London

London Travel Guide

There are a range of transport options available when travelling from Heathrow Airport to London’s central. Rail is one of the most popular options as it is relatively quick, easy and cost effective. Heathrow Express, Heathrow Connect and the underground train services London regularly, so you never have to wait too long. If you want to be dropped right at your door, a taxi is your best bet and if you’re travelling with friends, splitting the fare may make it worth your while. Groups of four or more can receive discounts on the National Express coach bus that travels between Heathrow Airport, London and other destinations around the UK. For some more specific information please see our airports in London section.

Hints on flying to London

before you go to london

Before you go: So your flights are booked, your accommodation arranged and your spending money is waiting safely in the bank – congratulations you’re going to London! But before you celebrate too soon, there are still a few things you need to consider before you go, namely your visa. Visa requirements are constantly changing so for the most up to date information please refer to your Student Flights consultant. As a general rule however you do not normally require a visa if you plan on staying in London as a tourist for less than six months. If you’re off on a London working holiday you will probably require a working visa. Make sure your working visa is approved before you board your flight otherwise you may be refused entry into the country.

It is also a good idea to exchange some Australian dollars into British pounds before you leave. It can be handy to have pounds in your wallet when you first land in London so you can pay for your transport to your hotel and anything else you may need before you find another currency exchange facility.

Lastly, invest in a good suitcase or backpack that abides by the airline’s luggage restrictions. Check the airline’s website for specific details.

 

what to bring to london

What to bring: The flight from Australia to London is generally around 45 hours long and will include a stopover. During this time you will not be able to access your luggage so it’s important to pack all of your essentials in your hand luggage. A change of comfy clothes for when you arrive at your destination will help you feel refreshed. Make sure they are suitable for London’s weather as well. The last thing you want to do is to arrive in London wearing a pair of thongs during winter.

Toiletries such as your toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant and moisturiser are also important essentials to keep you feeling clean and refreshed. Be aware that any liquids you carry on board must be under 100mls, so buy toothpaste and roll on deodorant in mini sizes and keep them in a clear case. Noise-cancelling headphones are also a great idea to help you get some sleep while onboard.

 

during your flight to london

During your flight: It’s really important to take care of yourself while onboard your London flight. The last thing you want to do is feel sick before your holiday has even begun. Plane cabins can be quite dehydrating so make sure you drink plenty of water and juice and leave the beers and coffees for when you get there.

Between sleeping and entertaining yourself on board, remember to get up and stretch your legs. Sitting on the plane for too long can be bad for circulation, not to mention uncomfortable. There are also a range of exercises and stretches you can do in your seat to improve your health and comfort during the flight.

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