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Booking Cheap Flights to Europe from the UK

Booking flights from the UK to Europe is straightforward and cheap with thousands of flights leaving daily from over 40 airports located in the UK. Flights from London, in particular, are some of the most popular, owing to the well-connected transport throughout the city and its six airports: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Stansted, London City, London Luton and London Southend. Other large flight hubs are found in Manchester, Birmingham and Edinburgh.

Flights to Europe are often direct, as travel time to some of the most popular destinations such as Spain, France and Italy is relatively short. Air travel within or between European countries is also a good alternative to ground travel, as flights to and from destinations throughout the continent are affordable and frequent.

When planning to book cheap European flights from the UK, it is advised to book well in advance of your desired departure time to avail of the best flight deals online. Booking flights to destinations within the UK is common but less popular due to good train and bus connections between major cities such as London, Birmingham and Manchester. However, cheap London to Edinburgh flights are some of the most popular among domestic travellers.

Flexibility is also key to finding cheap flights to Europe from the UK. Look for flights during the off-peak season, such as late summer or early autumn. Additionally, travelling between Monday and Friday can significantly reduce flight costs as flights that depart at the weekend tend to be more expensive.

Occasionally, indirect flights to Europe can be the cheaper option, with a stop-over of a few hours being added to the normal journey time. If you have time to spare, booking an indirect flight to a location in Europe may be your best bet if you want to save money. With GoEuro, you can compare flights using our handy filters that let you see the cheapest and fastest flights to your destination of choice. See below to compare flight prices for the top routes from the UK to Europe.


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UK and European Airlines


Ryanair: Priding themselves on Europe’s most popular airline, Ryanair has about 90 airline bases across the European continent, 9 of which are located in the UK. The low-cost airline operates in 33 countries and has a fleet of 360 737-800 aircrafts.


Aer Lingus: Ireland’s state-owned airline offers domestic and international flights. In operation since 1936, the airline is famed for it’s friendly staff and quality service. Currently, Aer Lingus serves 13 UK airports such as Southampton, Leeds, Newquay to name a few.


easyJet: The UK’s largest airline offers 700 routes across the UK and Europe. Easyjet currently serves 15 UK airports including: Bristol, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Inverness and more.


Flybe: Serving 40 UK airports and 30* European destinations, Flybe is a popular short-haul airline. The airline shares routes with partners such as Stobart Air and Blue Islands. If you’re looking to flying into a regional airport, chances are you’ll be flying with Flybe. *The amount of European airports served depends on seasonality.


British Airways: The British airline serves six domestic routes, including Belfast, London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and more. Outside the UK, British Airways flies to over 200 destinations.


Iberia: Serving 39 countries across the globe, Iberia is Spain's flag carrier airline.


Vueling: This Spanish low-cost airline was established in 2003 and has its hubs at Barcelona El Prat and Rome Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport. The airline serves over 100 destinations in Europe, Asia and Africa. It is currently Spain's largest airline.


Alitalia: Italy's national airline began operating in 1999 with main hub at Rome's Leonardo da Vinci airport. The airline currently serves 100 destinations world-wide, with focus on European, Asia and North America.


Lufthansa: German's leading airline Lufthansa is the largest in Europe based on passengers carried and size of fleet in combination with their subsidaries, Germanwings, Austrian Air, Brussels Airlines, Eurowings and more. They have two bases, one in Frankfurt-am-Main and Munich.


Flights to Europe FAQs

When are european flights the cheapest to buy?

European flights from the UK are usually the cheapest in winter. However, as a general rule, prosective travellers should buy tickets about 2 months before their desired departure time.

Do UK and European airlines have Wi-Fi?

The majority of UK and European airlines do not have Wi-Fi on board their flights, however, some airlines do offer Wi-Fi, such as Norwegian Air.

Can I get compensation for a delayed flight?

If your flight has been delayed by a significant amount of time, you may be eligible for compensation. Please check the compenstation guidelines as set by your airline and contact them directly if you have any questions.

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