When arriving or departing to and from England, you will probably land at the Heathrow Airport, the largest airport and one of the most active airports on the planet. It is located 15 miles (24km) west of central London; or at London Gatwick Airport, the second largest airport in the England, which is 28 miles (45km) south of central London. (No departure tax.)
Both airports are relating to London by an underground railway network. The city can also be reached by taxi that is ready outside each airport’s terminal.
Flight to England
It takes more than 8 hours if you are traveling from New York and longer if you are departing from central U.S., the mid-west, the southern Atlantic state, or the west coast.
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The best time to visit England is throughout months of July to September, when weather conditions are at its perfect and daylight hours are the longest. Although, this is also the time when tourists visit England so the rates are higher, the streets are more crowded and the queues are longer. Low season is from November to March. If you do not mind the chilling cold of England winter and would love to capitalize of the cheaper rates, then take your pick from all of these months. Shoulder season is from April to June and the month of October.
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