Favorite airline: United Airlines
22 % of bookings on this flight route are made with United Airlines, Lufthansa and Austrian Airlines.
United Airlines
8 %
7 %
Austrian Airlines
7 %
Tip: book directly before departure
Save up to 58 % by booking flights 0 days before departure.
0 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Wednesday
Compared to other weekdays, flights are cheapest on Wednesday.
Direct flights are more expensive
Compared to flights with a stopover, direct flights are $43.00 more expensive on this route.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
07h 05min
19h 25min
20h 35min
The favorite connection is non-stop
Non-stop flights are especially popular on this route. 38 % of travelers will book a direct flight.
Direct flights
07h 05min, from $524
38 %
1 stopover New York - John F. Kennedy International Airport, NY
14h 18min, from $532
12 %
1 stopover Brussels
11h 35min, from $599
5 %
Round trip from $481.00
The best price roundtrip flight is currently available departing on 05/13/2020 and returning on 05/21/2020.


Flights from Washington D.C. to London

In all honesty the best flight route between Washington DC and London is on Air Force 1, but considering that idealo has not quite managed to secure a deal with that airline, there are a few very good plan B options. British Airways, United and Virgin Atlantic will take you the 3 and half thousand miles across the pond in just over 7 hours. And with between 7 and 8 direct flights a day to choose from, you might just find yourself feeling somewhat presidential as you swoop over Buckingham Palace.


Cheap flights from Washington to London

The best way to get a low cost air ticket would be to consider having a few stops on your trip. Airlines that offer good deals with one stop are American and Air France. But if you plan well in advance there often is little price difference between direct flights and ones with stop overs, so booking early remains your best way to save money.


Destination London

Regardless of which airport you choose to land in, although the most likely would probably be Heathrow Internationl Airport if you are on a direct flight, getting around the city will not be a problem. It just so happens that London has the oldest subway network in the world, so they Brits are practiced in getting you were you need to be fast and in old world style.