The route from New York (NYC) to London (LON) is one of the busiest routes in the world, with flights averaging between 27 and 32 a day. When booking, travelers are advised to choose the best airport for their particular stay in London. Since the city has 6 airports, all strewn around the map, this choice will make a large impact on the overall travel time. The actual flight time is around 7 hours and 40 minutes, covering a distance of 3 500 miles. Airlines offering a direct flight include: British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines, Delta, and Kuwait Airlines.
Cheap air tickets are usually relatively painless to find. The New York London route is particularly popular with business travelers and those planning a nostalgic vacation in the city of kings, queens and knights. Low-cost flights operate from all 3 airports in New York to all six of London's airports guaranteeing an air ticket which is a little easier on your wallet.
All London airports are well linked to the capital city via public transport. From Heathrow Airport, passengers can, for instance, hop on a tube into central London.