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Fares from $193 One Way, $403 Round Trip from Washington to London

Prices starting at $403 for return flights and $193 for one-way flights to London were the cheapest prices found within the past 7 days, for the period specified. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms apply.

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Route Information for Flights from Washington to London

Origin Airport IATA CodeWAS
Destination Airport IATA CodeLON
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Feb 21, 2020

Staff were very helpful!

Feb 12, 2020

A flight like a flight should be.

Jan 17, 2020


Jan 8, 2020

Stuardesses were very helpful when my son & I did not have overhead baggage capacity for our carry-ons. Thank you British Airways for making our flight a most pleasant experience. We will surely fly on your airline again!!

Jan 6, 2020

The first part of kosher meal was frozen and inedible

Jan 3, 2020

All was great until we were detained by London TSA, completely unnecessary.

Oct 29, 2019

baggage claim was a mess at LHR. somone else picked up my bag and it took an hour to sort it outl

Oct 13, 2019

Service was good but plane was a letdown. Cramped seats, tray table was broken, and entertainment platform was antiquated.

Oct 3, 2019

Felt it a bit hard to charge $55 for each checked bag; why not just charge more for the ticket, and allow one ‘free’ checked bag? Also had problems (“technical glitches”) both with checking bags, and checking in on line; ended up having to call BA direct.

Sep 23, 2019

Unhappy had to pay for checked bag (though note we were "economy light" or whatever.

Flying from Washington, D.C., to London

Bargain flights from Washington, D.C., to London are popular with both tourists and international business travelers. London is the capital of the United Kingdom and one of the most important cultural destinations in the world, offering everything from historic architecture to world-class theater. Both cities have multiple airport options, so you can find great deals on tickets from

Washington, D.C.

The capital of the United States, Washington, D.C., offers everything from historic monuments to world-class museums. The closest airports to the city are Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and Washington Dulles International Airport.

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is the closest airport to downtown, located only 3 miles from the city's center. The Washington, D.C., Metrorail system allows you to get to the airport without dealing with traffic. Both the Blue and Yellow lines run directly to the airport. The fare is $1 to $6, depending on your origin and the time of day you are traveling. If you plan to drive, the best deal on parking is the economy lot, which costs $12 per day. When you book a flight to London, you will need to connect in another city.

Washington Dulles International Airport is located 26 miles outside of the city. By public transportation, you can get there by a combination of the Metrorail and an airport shuttle. If you drive, parking at the airport is $10 per day in the economy lot. The drive to the airport can take over an hour if you are coming from outside of the city limits. A variety of fast-food and dine-in restaurants is available at the airport.

London, England

London is one of the most visited cities in the world-over 30 million travelers visit each year. It is home to a number of famous landmarks, from Big Ben to Westminster Abbey and the London Eye. London has five airports, but most international flights come into London Gatwick or London Heathrow.

Experience London, England

Once you land in London, it is easy to get into the city. London Gatwick airport is located about 30 miles outside of the city's center, just off of the M23. The easiest way to get into the city from the airport is aboard the Gatwick Express, which runs frequently and takes 30 minutes to get to Victoria Station. If you prefer to drive, rental cars are available at the airport. National Express runs buses into the city, and taxis are available outside the terminal. If you are flying into Heathrow, which is located about 20 miles outside of the city, the fastest way to get into London is aboard the Heathrow Express. You can also ride the Underground metro system or the National Express bus, which both cost less than $10 per ride.

London has a cool climate, and rarely experiences hot weather. In the winter, temperatures average 40 degrees Fahrenheit. Summers are mild, and most days hover around 60 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain is common in London throughout the year, so it is wise to pack an umbrella and a raincoat no matter what month you are visiting.

Visitors to London often come for the cultural opportunities. The city is home to a range of museums and theaters, including the Globe Theatre, the Tate Modern, the Royal Opera House and the British Museum.

Visiting London

Both Washington, D.C., and London are important world capitals. A number of airlines offer regular departures from Washington, D.C., to London, so it is easy to find bargain flights. With, you can find a flight that meets your schedule during any month of the year.

^Savings based on all package bookings with Flight + Hotel made on from January 1, 2019 to December 31, 2019 as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages.