Flights from Ireland West Airport Knock to London Stansted
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Flight information Ireland West Airport Knock to London Stansted
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Average flight time, total distance 647 kilometres
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This information is correct as of August 2016
Airlines that fly from Knock to London Stansted
Currently Ryanair offer flights from Knock to London Stansted
Terminal Information – Departing
Knock Airport is 12 miles from the village of Knock and is easily reached by bus, taxi and by hire car which are all available from the airport terminal. Bus 64 goes to Galway, Sligo and Derry; 438 to Ballina and 440 to Westport and Achill Island, all depart from outside Knock Airport.
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 WiFi 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 Stansted Airport is 38 miles from the centre of London with excellent transport links to central London and beyond. It can be reached by car in just over an hour while the Stansted Express is the fastest train service running from Stansted Airport into central London; running 7 days a week into Liverpool Street station and taking around 47 minutes. Tickets cost from £23.40* for a single. Taxis and car hire are also available.
Inside the airport there are cash machines, currency exchange desks, baby changing facilities, prayer room, a range of shops, cafes bars and restaurants where you can eat, drink and purchase clothes, gifts, souvenirs, duty free items and toiletries. There is also car hire, car parking and hotels on the airport site.
You need your passport with you when you’re flying out with the UK. There are printers in the check-in area of KnockAirport, 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 a city filled to bursting with iconic postcard sights from Buckingham Palace and Big Ben to Tower Bridge, the London Eye and the Shard. Shopaholics need look no further than Oxford Street and Covent Garden for high fashions, or there are the bustling Portobello and Camden Markets for quirky and vintage items. Enthusiasts of history and culture have no end of incredible sights, architecture, art galleries and museums to explore; the Natural History Museum, Tate Modern, Hayward Gallery, the Barbican and St Paul’s Cathedral to name just a few. When the need to retreat from the crowds calls, there are parks on hand including the beautiful Hyde Park, Hampstead Heath, Victoria Park and Regents Park. Lakes, lush trees, grassy lawns and winding paths make these a tranquil place to be and a wonderful day out for families. Those who want to party will find no shortage of clubs, poetry readings, open-mic nights, karaoke, cocktail bars, micro-breweries, cheesy discos, live music venues, theatre, ballet and opera on every night of the week, 365 days a year! London is a non-stop year of concerts and festivals too. There is street entertainment, world culture, world food, pop-up dining, open air cinemas, ice rinks, breakfast cafes, alfresco drinking and big red buses, that will thrill whether you go North, South, East or West.
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*.
From a Royal Palace and Crown Jewels to London Bridge and the foreboding ‘Tower’, this is a city filled to bursting with iconic sights and so steeped in history, even the modern architecture doesn’t detract from its magnificence. London can be whatever a visitor dreams; a designer shopping break, a weekend in which to dance until dawn, a place to banter for bargains in vibrant markets, somewhere to feast on artisan food and fine dining, a stroll through elegant and sprawling green parks or a city in which to discover art and history from the grandeur of the Natural History Museum to the contemporary Tate Modern. Astonishing and eye-catching architecture from St Pauls Cathedral to the shimmering ‘Shard’ offer ample to divert the eye while concerts, festivals, live music, street entertainment, world culture, pop-up dining, open air cinemas, ice rinks, Christmas markets, West End musicals, micro breweries, breakfast cafes, alfresco drinking, big red buses, Portobello Market are just a few of London’s highlights.
London is a great city to visit all year round, whether in winter when Christmas markets, ice rinks and festive lights bring the city to life in the festive season or the warm dry summers when canal-side drinking, alfresco dining, music, beer festivals and outdoor markets are just some of the wonderful 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 London is not a budget destination per se however with a huge choice of accommodation including hostels and B&Bs and luxury hotels, there is something for most budgets. Eating out is much cheaper in areas away from central London and there are always fast food and supermarkets to keep costs down. Transport is the biggest yet most essential expense in London. As an alternative, if the weather is good, city bike hire costs just £2* for 24 hours. Many major attractions have an entry fee however entry to London’s parks, museums and most galleries is free of charge. Many hotels include breakfast in their stay which is worth taking advantage of. Dinner in an average restaurant will cost anywhere from £14* for one. A cafe coffee starts from £2* while a pint will be around £4.50*.
The capital is a must see on any UK visitors list. As well as the iconic sights such as Tower Bridge, the London Eye, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral, the best bit about London is getting lost in its backstreets and areas outside the central hubbub. There you will find quirky bookshops and cafes, rowdy local markets selling flowers and vegetables, cosy pubs, live music venues, hip galleries and bohemian boutiques. Escape the tourist hoards with a meander through the lush greenery and lakes of Hyde Park or the faraway rural beauty of Hampstead Heath. 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. Photography, painting, sculpture, video, cinema, pop up restaurants, London has it all and more! Foodies will be in their element with every international cuisine under the sun on offer in this melting pot of a capital. Watching homemade dim sum being made in Chinatown is a delight.
London is a great year round city to visit. Spring and summer see outdoor markets and festivals and usually the warmest weather with plenty of sunshine. Autumn and winter are ideal for watching fireworks and cosying up in a local pub or exploring the Christmas Markets. Winters are often cold and sometimes rainy but there are usually fewer tourists at this time of year.
The capital is not exactly a budget destination however thanks to the diversity of food and accommodation; it can be done on a tight budget. Many of the major sights charge an entry fee however most museums, galleries, monuments and parks are all 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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