Flights from Ireland West Airport Knock to London Luton
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Flight information Ireland West Airport Knock to London Luton
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Average flight time, total distance 609 kilometres
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This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Knock to London Luton
Currently Ryanair offer flights from Knock to London Luton
Terminal Information – Departing
Knock Airport is just 3 miles from Charlestown in County Mayo and 12 miles from the village of Knock. Buses, taxis and car hire are all available to make the short journey to the airport. Bus 64 takes travellers from the airport to Galway, Sligo and Derry, the 438 heads to Ballina and the 440 goes via Westport and Achill Island. All buses depart from outside the airport terminal.
Inside there is a choice of shopping ranging from fashion stores and gift shops to a large duty free area and shops for those last minute travel essentials. In the airport there is free Wi-Fi available, baby changing facilities, currency exchange desks, bars, restaurants and cafes in which a bite to eat, a gift shop, cash machine and an executive lounge for business travellers.
Terminal Information – Arriving
London LutonAirport is 32 miles from central London and can be reached by car or public transport. First Capital Connect operates the fastest train service running from Luton Airport Parkway into five central London stations - St Pancras International, Farringdon, Blackfriars, City Thameslink and London Bridge. The airport runs a free shuttle bus service between the terminal and Luton Airport Parkway station. The journey time is 30 to 60 minutes. The Luton and District 757 Greenline coach runs a regular express service from Luton Airport into central London taking 90 minutes. Taxis and car hire are also available.
Inside Luton Airport there are a range of shops selling electronic items, books, magazines, souvenirs, clothes and travel essentials as well as a choice of cafes, bars, restaurants and fast food outlets. There is free Wi-Fi, currency exchange services, cash machines, baby changing rooms, business facilities, car hire, car parking and a choice of on-site hotels.
You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of Knock Airport, so there is no need to panic if you forget to print your boarding pass. If you have a smartphone you can store your boarding card electronically on your phone. Security can scan the e-barcode so you don’t need to worry about paper at all.
We recommend leaving plenty of time at the airport, so try not to arrive any later than one hour before your flight is due to depart. Queues at security are longer at weekends and during school holidays, so it’s worth giving yourself extra time.
What to expect in London
London is on every travellers list and it is no wonder with so many iconic sights from Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral. However, the best thing to do in Londo is get lost! Lose yourself in its backstreets where you will uncover quirky bookshops and cosy cafes, bustling local markets selling flowers, vegetables, vintage clothes and artisan goods, old traditional pubs, live music venues, hip galleries and bohemian boutiques. Escape the tourist hoards with a meander through the peaceful greenery and shimmering lakes of Hyde Park or the faraway rural beauty of Hampstead Heath where you can gaze out across the city for spectacular views. There is art and culture by the bucket-load from the magnificence of sights like St Paul’s Cathedral to the Tate Modern, Madam Tussauds, the Natural History Museum, the Southbank Centre, the Hayward Gallery and the Barbican Centre to name but a few. Photography, painting, sculpture, West End musicals, cinema, pop up restaurants, rooftop bars, London has it all. Foodies will be in their element with every international cuisine under the sun on offer in this melting pot of a capital whether it’s watching homemade dim sum being made in Chinatown or experiencing Michelin star cuisine in the centre of the city.
London is a fabulous city to visit at any time of year, whether in winter for the Christmas markets or the warm dry summers when canal-side drinking, alfresco dining, music, beer festivals and outdoor markets are just some of the outdoor activities to enjoy. Autumn and spring are when the many and beautiful green parks like Hyde Park, Richmond, Park, Victoria Park, Hampstead Heath and St James Park burst with natural beauty and wildlife. The West End offers spectacular shows all year round.
The capital is not a budget destination however thanks to the diversity of food and accommodation; it can be done on a smaller budget. Many of the major sights charge an entry fee however most museums, galleries, monuments and parks are free to visit. Transport is the most expensive part of a trip to London however if the weather is nice, it is a good idea to hire a bicycle which costs just £2* for 24 hours. Breakfasts range in price but can be found from £5*, lunches from around £7* and dinner for two with wine from approximately £35*. A coffee will cost from £1* and a pint of beer from £4*.
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