Flights from Ireland West Airport Knock to London
Flight information Ireland West Airport Knock to London
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Average flight time, total distance 647 kilometres
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Flights from Knock to London
This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Knock to London
There is only one airline that operates flights between Knock and London. Ryanair, Ireland’s national carrier operates the flight several times a week.
Terminal Information - Departing
Knock has a small regional airport for flights to Ireland and the UK. They operate very few flights, so transport to the airport is also fairly limited. There are very few places to eat and drink here, so make sure to bring a pack up with you. You are able to purchase a magazine and a coffee whilst you wait. There are no lounges in Knock Airport, but there is a comfortable seating area. There’s also a car park, if you happened to drive to the airport.
You can order and collect currencies from ICE in Knock Airport – just make sure you order the currency prior to arriving. This makes sure they will have the right amount of cash in for you.
There is a supplementary €10 departure tax on journeys from Knock Airport, which will go towards airport renovations.
Terminal Information - Arriving
Ryanair flights from Knock only go to Stansted or Luton Airports in London. These are not close to the city, but there are transport links to get you there.
The Stansted Express Train is the fastest way to get to London. These run every 15 minutes, and cost £8for a one-way journey. These stop at Liverpool Street and Tottenham Hale, which have further connections to the UK rail service. There is a 24/7 taxi service to central London, which costs around £99. Make sure to book in advance if you will be arriving outside of peak hours.
National Express have the cheapest service to central London – a one way bus ticket costs £5, but it can take up to an hour in peak times.
If you want to reach London from Luton, it takes around 21 minutes on the train from Luton Parkway station. If you buy in advance, this can cost as little as £14 (€20) one-way.
National Express run a bus service to London, stopping in Golders Green. The cost for this coach depends on how far in advance you can book the ticket, as occasionally it’s completely sold out. The journey takes about 35 minutes. There are a number of other bus services you can take from Luton to Central too – check them all out on London Luton’s website.
If you wish to, you can also take a cab to London, however this will cost upwards of £40 (€55), and take just under an hour depending on traffic.
There are 5 different airports in London. If you need to get into the city, fast; it’s worth considering a changeover in Dublin to get to London City airport.
You will need to arrive 2 hours before your flight, as this is a European flight. You will also need to have liquids stored in a sealable bag, under 100ml.
Make sure you have enough Pounds to get you started when you first land. You can order these to arrive at Dublin, or to arrive at the Bureau de Change in Luton or Stansted.
What to expect in London
As a city, London is vast, sprawling and expensive – but there’s a lot of fun to be had here. If you will be travelling around the city, invest in an Oyster card for £5, and top it up so you don’t have the hassle of organizing tickets everywhere you go.
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