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Cheap flight tickets to Southampton

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Edinburgh (EDI) to Southampton (SOU)

01 Jul 2024

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£119*
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Edinburgh (EDI) to Southampton (SOU)

09 Jul 2024

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£132*
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Edinburgh (EDI) to Southampton (SOU)

11 Jul 2024

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£132*
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Newcastle (NCL) to Southampton (SOU)

26 Jun 2024

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£116*
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Newcastle (NCL) to Southampton (SOU)

10 Jul 2024

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£103*
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Newcastle (NCL) to Southampton (SOU)

14 Jul 2024

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£116*
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Jersey (JER) to Southampton (SOU)

22 Jun 2024

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£115*
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Jersey (JER) to Southampton (SOU)

16 Jun 2024

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£145*
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Aberdeen (ABZ) to Southampton (SOU)

13 Jul 2024

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£99*
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Our most searched cheap flights to Southampton

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Edinburgh (EDI)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 26 Sep 2024

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Edinburgh (EDI)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 09 Oct 2024

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Edinburgh (EDI)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 10 Oct 2024

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Newcastle (NCL)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 13 Dec 2024

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Newcastle (NCL)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 16 Nov 2024

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Newcastle (NCL)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 21 Nov 2024

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Jersey (JER)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 27 Sep 2024

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Jersey (JER)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 13 Oct 2024

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Jersey (JER)

Southampton (SOU)

Depart: 17 May 2025

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*Fares displayed have been collected within the last 48hrs and may no longer be available at time of booking. Additional fees and charges for optional products and services may apply

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Travel to Southampton

Southampton, sometimes abbreviated to Soton, is famous for football, academia, shopping and nightlife. The city boasts a long and fascinating maritime heritage and a blend of ancient and modern architectural styles. The bustling port was once considered the gateway to the UK, where many visitors began their travels. Today’s tourists can enjoy an exciting combination of history, culture and modernity, with diverse natural attractions also within easy reach. Discover the many delights of one of southern Britain’s most captivating cities when you book flights to Southampton with Loganair.

Discover Southampton’s Seafaring Past

Visit the SeaCity Museum, housed in a historic building, to learn more about Southampton’s renowned ocean-going ships. The Titanic Story tells of the ship’s disastrous celebratory sailing from the city. Grab a map and follow the Titanic Trail around the city, visiting places associated with the iconic ship and memorials dedicated to the many locals who lost their lives.

Southampton boasts another illustrious name from its nautical past, the Mayflower. The famous Pilgrim ship briefly docked in the port, alongside her sister ship, the Speedwell, before setting sail for the New World. Take a snap of the Pilgrim Fathers’ Memorial in Mayflower Park.

For an exciting ride on a working steamship, board the SS Shieldhall. Admire the city vistas from the short Hythe Ferry crossing and view luxury yachts and lavish cruise ships in Ocean Village.

Visit Southampton’s Historic Hotspots

Travel back in time and walk the looped route around the medieval city walls, some of the longest in the country! Stretching for over a mile, the route includes information boards to help you fully imagine life in bygone days. Pause in front of 14th-century towers, arches and gatehouses, examine fragments of the old castle and absorb city views from high vantage points.

Be sure to pop into St. Michael’s Church, Southampton’s only remaining medieval church and the city’s oldest building still in use. You’ll find ornate stained glass windows, grand tombs and one of the country’s oldest lecterns.

Journey through the ages and uncover local history at the splendid Tudor House and Garden. Now home to a museum, collections include artefacts from the Victorian, Georgian and Edwardian eras. Nearby, the Medieval Merchant's House is filled with period décor and furnishings.

Southampton’s maritime legacy is famed, but did you know the city has strong aviation connections, too? Switch your attention from the seas to the skies at Solent Sky and learn more about Southampton’s flying history, including how the city gave the world the iconic fighter plane, the Spitfire.

Enjoy Leisure, Relaxation and Entertainment

Unwind, exercise and observe nature on the broad expanse of Southampton Common. If you’re in town for a home game, score tickets to watch Southampton F.C. play at St. Mary’s Stadium. Don a red and white striped shirt to show your love for The Saints.

Shop till you drop at exciting retail centres such as Westquay, Marlands, Beatnik Emporium, local markets and more… it’s easy to see why Southampton ranks among the UK’s best retail destinations! You’ll be thankful for Loganair’s generous baggage allowance with your tickets to Southampton!

Fancy a spot of culture? Book to see a show at the Mayflower Theatre. Feast your eyes on diverse works at Southampton City Art Gallery, complete with an interactive touch trail for little ones, or view modern pieces at the John Hansard Gallery. Are you travelling with kids? Why not treat them to a day at nearby Paultons Park, home of Peppa Pig World and an array of rides and attractions?

Come nighttime, feel a frisson of fear as you learn about the city’s haunted past on a spooky ghost tour, and let rip in one of the city’s many hip bars.

Day Trips from Southampton

Take time to discover the splendour of the New Forest Wildlife Park, home to semi-wild ponies, deer, free-roaming cattle and sheep, diverse bird species… and more! Hop on a bike to travel along well-marked trails through woodlands and pastures.

Travel about 15 miles to Beaulieu to admire the cool collection of vintage vehicles in the National Motor Museum. Kids are sure to love seeing the flying car from Harry Potter, while adults can channel their inner spy by admiring the original James Bond cars. The sublime Beaulieu Palace House and Gardens will captivate the senses.

Catch a ferry, or Hovercraft, to the Isle of Wight to see the Needles, have a ride on Britain’s oldest amusement park at Blackgang Chine, bask on beautiful beaches and stroke donkeys. Other top day trip destinations to consider when you travel to Southampton include Stonehenge, Oxford, Winchester, Bournemouth and Brighton.

Whether visiting for business or pleasure, check out Loganair’s flight deals to Southampton for exceptional service, convenient check-in options and in-flight refreshments. Book your flights to Southampton today!

Frequently Answered Questions

What airport does Loganair fly to in Southampton?

Loganair flies to Southampton Airport (SOU), where you will find most of the facilities are on the ground level. Designated pick-up areas and transport links can be found outside the terminal building. Southampton is just one of the many places Loganair flies to. You can fly to more UK destinations than with any other airline.

How long is a flight to Southampton?

The average flight time to Southampton is one to two hours. During the short flight, you can enjoy some of our complimentary tea and biscuits (Scottish shortbread). On arrival at Southampton Airport (SOU), you can find transport links to your destination, including taxis, buses, and a train link.

How many Loganair flights to Southampton are there per day?

There are several Loganair flights to Southampton each day. Flights change throughout the year, so the exact number of daily flights depends on the time of the year. Anytime you fly with us, we make it personal to ensure you have a pleasant experience with Loganair.

How long should I stay in Southampton?

You can spend a beautiful weekend in this well-connected city. Don’t miss the SeaCity museum, which hosts an interactive model of the famous ship Titanic that departed from this very place in 1912. Southampton is also close to many historical sites such as Bath and Stonehenge. 

How to reach Southampton airport?

Southampton airport is reachable by bus, car, train, and taxi. The airport has fantastic bus links with regional and local bus operators, particularly the Uni-Link service. Radio taxis can cater to door-to-door transfer needs. You can even drive to the airport as it is linked to all major travel routes.