Airlines, Flights, Flight Bookings to and from the UK
Shown below are the most popular Airlines and Flight Bookers operating to, from and around the UK.
Many of the major providers such as Virgin and BA also do holidays or flights and accommodation.
Quick Tip: It is often quicker to begin your search by starting with your destination airport
to find out who flys from that airport and to which airports in the UK!
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British Airways (BA) serves all five continents and is the UK’s largest airline and the third largest in Europe.
London Heathrow Airport is dominated by British Airways and Heathrow Terminal 5 is for their exclusive use
easyJet are a low cost airline specialising in Europe and currently operate to over 100 European destinations.
Unlike its cheaper rival, Ryanair, easyJet usually fly to major international airports rather than secondary airfields kilometres from the city centre
(I shall never forgive my company sending me to Stockholm on Ryanair - some things get personal - ed).
easyJet also do fly and stay packages including City Breaks, Beach and Ski Holidays
Jet2 is an award winning low cost carrier based at Leeds-Bradford airport.
They have won several awards including the Most Punctual Airline, Best Shorthaul UK Airline and the Best Scheduled British Airline.
Jet2 have grown rapidly and now fly from a number of UK Airports including Leeds Bradford, Glasgow, Manchester, Newcastle
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines is now a subsidiary of Air France, however the airline continues to keep its KLM branding.
They are one of the most consistent performers in terms of punctuality and customer care and are a member of the Star Alliance
Qantas have daily flights departing London Heathrow for Australia and once there a domestic network with more than 50 destinations across the continent
Singapore Airlines is internationally recognised as a leading carrier, with a route network spanning over 90 cities in almost 40 countries including the Far East, Australia and New Zealand.
Singapore Airlines is classed as one of the market leaders to both Australia and New Zealand from the UK with great schedules and fares to destinations such as Auckland, Christchurch, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide and Melbourne
Virgin Atlantic is the second largest long haul airline in the UK and the third largest European carrier over the North Atlantic. their route network has grown rapidly to include destinations in the US, Caribbean, Far East, India, Australia and Africa.
Virgin may not be the cheapest, but if you want to enjoy the journey and can afford the extra Virgin Atlantic are consistantly the best
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