International flights from Seattle to London are popular with business and vacation travelers alike. As the capital of England and the United Kingdom, London is a leading international power in cultural, financial, and tourist affairs. Look for great deals on flights to London on Orbitz.com.
Seattle is the largest seaport in the Pacific Northwest, with over 3.4 million people calling it home. Seattle is known for its thriving music scene, wet winters, and unique skyline due largely to the Space Needle. Seattle is served by Sea-Tac Airport.
Sea-Tac Airport is located about 14 miles south of downtown Seattle off Interstate 5. Travelers can easily reach the airport from downtown Seattle by taxi or the Central Link light rail. Rail service runs from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 6 a.m. through midnight on Sundays. Parking is available at the airport for travelers who choose to drive their own vehicles. General parking rates are $3 per hour or $28 per day, and it takes approximately 20 minutes to drive from downtown to the airport.
More than 20 airlines serve Sea-Tac with regularly scheduled domestic and international flights, including nonstop flights to London aboard American Airlines, British Airways, and Iberia Airlines. Sea-Tac Airport has more than 35 dining locations for passengers who want to relax with a drink or a meal before departing. Some options include Tully's Coffee, Wolfgang Puck Express, and The Great American Bagel Bakery.
Located in southern England, London is one of the busiest cities in the world, with enough rich history to amaze anyone. With royal palaces, famous towers, and modern architecture, the buildings of London are a diverse assortment; with over 26 million visitors each year, the people walking its streets are just as varied.
Five major airports offer London visitors a variety of arrival destinations. London City Airport, Stansted Airport, London Luton Airport, Gatwick Airport, and Heathrow Airport all serve the London area with passenger flights. Train service is available from each airport into the downtown area, although travelers arriving at Luton Airport will need to take an 8-minute shuttle ride to the station. Queued taxis and rental vehicles are available at all five airports to take you to your final destination.
Visitors to London can expect rain and humidity during much of the year; the average humidity is over 90 percent. Summers in London are warm, with average high temperatures in the 70s during June, July, and August, making summer a pleasant time to visit. Winters are long, and average lows stay in the 30s from December through March.
Historical and awe-inspiring churches in London include St. Paul's Cathedral and Westminster Abbey, where many of England's kings are laid to rest. The National Gallery houses famous paintings including works by Van Gogh and Botticelli. Other famous attractions include Buckingham Palace, the Tower of London, and Big Ben.
With many flights traveling from Seattle to London each day, it is easy to plan a vacation in England's royal city. Start preparing for your vacation when you make your travel arrangements on Orbitz.com, where you can reserve flights, hotel accommodations, and rental cars all in one place.
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