British Airways is the only airlines that operates direct flights from Cape Town to London. KLM, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, Air France, Turkish Airlines, Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airways and South African Airways also offers connecting flights to London from Cape Town. FlightSite’s booking engine allows clients to search for, compare prices and book your flights on the Cape Town to London route.
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Cape Town International Airport (CPT) is the second busiest airport in South Africa. Cape Town International Airport is situated approximately 15km outside of Cape Town. Cape Town International Airport is the only commercial airport in Cape Town that offers domestic and international commercial passenger flights to and from Cape Town. As of 2017, Cape Town International Airport services 8.5 million passengers each year. Cape Town International has been named Africa’s Leading Airport on numerous occasions.
Cape Town’s public bus service, MyCiTi, offers bus trips every 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport to Cape Town bus station. There are no train lines from the airport to Cape Town. Various companies including Cape Town Airport Shuttle, Citi Shuttles and Cape Town Transfers offer shuttle services from the airport to Cape Town and surroundings.
London has three large airports one can fly to from Cape Town. The city’s largest airport is London Heathrow, followed by London Gatwick and London City Airport. The direct flight from Cape Town to London flies to London Heathrow. The 10+ connecting flights from Cape Town to London connect via Dubai, Amsterdam, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Frankfurt, Johannesburg, Istanbul, Paris, Nairobi and Addis Ababa.
The cheapest way to get to London from Heathrow Airport is with the train which departs every 15 minutes. There are also buses that departs for the city every 20 minutes and many taxis that will take you into the city.
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