Low Cost Airline Guide
The UK is
connected to Europe with many major airports, and below we provide
some useful information on the major ones including links to their
official websites. For checking which airlines fly to any of the
below mentioned airports, we recommend
Cost Airline Guide’s route search tool.
Aberdeen Airport offers flights to more than 30
UK and overseas destinations, serving over three
million passengers a year. Arriving, connecting
or departing, you'll find everything you need
here to enjoy a pleasant journey.
George Best Belfast City Airport is owned by ABN
AMRO Global Infrastructure Fund. It is a
regional airport serving a range of
destinations, mainly in Great Britain and
Ireland. Situated on the south shore of Belfast
Lough adjacent to the A2, one of the main
arterial routes into the city, the airport has
grown significantly in recent years and is a key
strategic gateway to the province.
Birmingham International Airport is celebrating
its 70th Anniversary and since its first ever
flight in May 1939, the Airport has grown from
strength to strength to become the Midlands
gateway to the world and position of regional
Airport Transfer Service to Birmingham
Airport Transfer Service to Bristol
Cardiff Airport forms part of abertis, Europe's
leading infrastructure manager, and one of the
most outstanding business groups in terms of
profitability and financial capacity.
Every year, East Midlands Airport connects over
5 million passengers with the world, serving
more than 100 destinations.
Winner of five prestigious travel awards in
2007, including Airport of the Year, Best UK
Airport and World’s Leading Eco Friendly
Airport, our airport is a vibrant economic hub,
providing over 6,900 jobs.
They are the regional gateway to national
and international markets, helping attract major
corporations including DHL, Royal Mail, TNT and
Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's capital airport.
More than 40 airlines serve 100-plus
destinations and some nine million passengers a
year pass through the airport – figures which
are set to grow as Scotland's international
Gatwick is the busiest single runway airport in
the world, the second largest airport in the UK
and the tenth busiest international airport in
the world. There are currently around 80
airlines which operate from Gatwick's two
terminals, serving over 220 destinations.
Airport Transfer Service to Gatwick
Glasgow Airport is Scotland's principal
long-haul gateway, with year-round flights to
Canada, the United States and the Gulf. More
than eight million passengers use the airport
every year, flying to around 90 destinations
Heathrow Airport, 15 miles from central London,
is regarded as the hub of the aviation world.
Flying to over 180 destinations in over 90
countries, some 90 airlines have made Heathrow
Leeds Bradford International Airport (LBA) was
originally Yeadon Aerodrome, which began
operating in October 1931 with club flying and
training flights being predominant activities.
Liverpool John Lennon Airport is one of the UK's
longest established operational airports, having
been officially opened in 1933, and is located 7
miles from Liverpool City Centre, adjacent to
the River Mersey.
Airport Transfer Service to Liverpool
London City Airport is the UK's leading business
airport with ten airlines serving over 30
destinations across the UK and Europe and
connections to the rest of the world through
major European hubs.
London Luton is home to some of the largest
European low cost airlines.
Airport Transfer Service to Luton
The Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is the
country’s largest UK-owned airport operator. Our
four airports - Manchester, East Midlands,
Bournemouth and Humberside – currently serve a
total of more than 28 million passengers every
Airport Transfer Service to Manchester
Stansted is Britain's third busiest airport,
serving 22.8 million passengers a year. Many
leading low-cost scheduled airlines have made
Stansted their base.
Airport Transfer Service to Standsted