Fly to London

Everything you’ve been told it is, and more

What more is there to say about one of the planet’s most exciting cities, other than you really must go there? History, art, music, theatre, architecture, monuments, fashion, shopping, pomp and circumstance, pageantry, cuisine, sport … it’s all here, and the quality is as fabulous as the setting.

In such a big, busy city, with so many sights to see, it’s often best to start with an open-top bus tour, to quickly scout out the more iconic landmarks and attractions. For families, London is outstandingly entertaining, from the modern Coca-Cola London Eye’s immense wheel (sunset is a favourite time for views), to the Tower of London’s historic tales, Westminster Abbey, Camden Market, Covent Garden and tours galore.


Children adore fun attractions...

Children adore fun attractions such as the Warner Bros Studio Tour, Madame Tussauds waxworks, London Dungeons and the Harry Potter walking tour. And never forget the simple joy of a stroll in a London park, such as St James’s, close to Buckingham Palace.

Museums and art galleries your thing? The British Museum, the Victoria & Albert, the National Portrait Gallery and Tate Modern are just four of many that can spellbindingly reward a visit – for free. At night, take in a headliner gig, or see a show in the legendary West End – you’ll find musicals, drama and comedy aplenty. Or take in The Globe Theatre, for the original Shakespearean experience. If you’re feeling peckish by now, there’s no lack of places to eat, from fast food to haute cuisine – one establishment with a difference is the restaurant 800 feet up at the top of The Shard’s gleaming pinnacle.

Loganair provide flights to London Stansted from Dundee and to London Southend from Glasgow, Aberdeen, Carlisle Lake District & Derry. Get your London on!

3 capital reasons to fly to London

  • History everywhere

  • Vibrant multicultural vibe

  • Culture


What's in London?

The London Eye, The Tower of London, The Globe Theatre, Madame Tussaud’s … oh, just about everything.

The Notting Hill Carnival 

The Notting Hill Carnival is an annual event that has taken place in London since 1966 on the streets of the Notting Hill area of Kensington, each August over two days. Led by members of the British West Indian community. It attracts around two and a half million people annually, making it one of the world's largest street festivals, and a significant event in Black British culture. In 2006, the UK public voted it onto a list of icons of England.