|Best Price Found||$72||The best flight deal from London to Edinburgh found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $72|
|Fastest flight time||1h 15m||The fastest flight from London to Edinburgh takes 1h 15m|
|Direct flights||Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and Sat||Direct flights go from London to Edinburgh on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. The only airline offering direct flights is American Airlines.|
|Airports in Edinburgh||1 airport||There is 1 airport near Edinburgh: Edinburgh Turnhouse (EDI)|
The cheapest time of year to fly to Edinburgh from London is January. Most expensive is December
The cheapest day of the week is typically Tuesday. The most expensive is typically Friday
in the evening
London to Edinburgh flights are approximately 14% more expensive at noon than in the evening
British Airways, Flybe, and Ryanair are the most popular carriers operating from London to Edinburgh
London Gatwick - Edinburgh Turnhouse
Fly from London Gatwick to Edinburgh Turnhouse for the best London - Edinburgh flight prices
60 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from London to Edinburgh is approximately 60 days to departure
The flight was punctual, friendly crew members.
Pros: The staff handled everything really well. Continuously being updated to the delay reasons.
Cons: Being stuck on a plane on the tarmac for 2+ hours, before being moved to a corridor, and then a bus, and then boarding a new plane. No information about delay compensation or refunds being given. No provisions for providing food or drinks for the toddlers/babies/children that had been kept on the plane for a couple of hours.
They lost my bag
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from London to Edinburgh Turnhouse are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: British Airways, Flybe, and easyJet.
The distance between London and Edinburgh Turnhouse is about 332.0 mi. Flights usually cover this in 1h 20m, depending on flying conditions and air traffic around both airports.
The United Kingdom has reimposed national lockdown. From January 4, National lockdown in England is in effect. Traveling away from home, including internationally, is restricted from England except in limited circumstances such as for work or for education. Foreign nationals are subject to the ‘Stay at Home’ regulations. They should not travel abroad unless it is permitted. Different rules apply in Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. Travelers must follow all the rules that apply to them. From November 20, Scotland restricted cross-border travels within the UK, only essential travels—which includes health reasons, work and for study—will be allowed to enter and leave Scotland. People living within Level 3 or Level 4 lockdown areas in Scotland are also not permitted to leave their area, and banned from traveling overseas, though people in Level 0-2 are not. Travelers who have been in or transited through ared list travel ban countries in the past 10 days are not allowed to enter The United Kingdom with the exception of British nationals, nationals of Ireland, residents of the UK. Certain areas of the UK and Crown Dependencies may have specific travel regulations. Check the relevant page for information related to travel to Jersey, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Shetland, and Orkney.Entry requirements
All travelers entering the United Kingdom must present a completed "Public Health Passenger Locator Form" to immigration upon arrival. On January 18, all travelers to England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland, including UK nationals returning home, must have a medical certificate with a negative COVID-19 PCR, antigen or LAMP test result taken within 3 days prior to departure. Travelers from the Common Travel Area (the UK, Ireland, Isle of Man, Jersey, Guernsey, Ascension, Falkland Islands and St Helena), will not be in scope of the regulations. Children under the age of 11 will also not be required to complete pre-departure testing. Until January 21, travelers from Antigua and Barbuda, St Lucia or Barbados will also not be in scope of the regulations.Quarantine requirements
On January 18, travel corridors will be suspended, all travelers arriving in the UK from any foreign country except Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man are subject to 10-day self-isolation. Travelers can take a test on the 5th day of their arrival, if the test result is negative the self-isolation period will end as soon as they receive the result, they must continue to self-isolate while awaiting for the test result. If the test is positive they need to self-isolate for another 10 days. Count the 10 days starting from the day they took the test, or from when they first had symptoms if that is earlier. From February 15, British nationals, nationals of Ireland, residents of the UK who have been in or through a red list travel ban country in the past 10 days must quarantine in a government approved hotel for 10 days. They cannot use the Test to Release scheme. Note: The English, Scottish, Welsh, and Northern Irish governments may be applying quarantine requirements differently. Check for more information on travel to England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland.All other info
All travelers on flights to the UK must wear face coverings on aircraft and on public transport upon arrival thereafter. Passengers using taxis and private hire vehicles should also use a face covering for the duration of their journey. Drivers may refuse to transport passengers who do not follow guidance for safe travel. From March 8, passenger traveling abroad will need to carry a new travel declaration form stating that their trip is permitted under UK national lockdown rules. The form must be downloaded, signed before travel, and carried or downloaded onto a mobile phone. Passengers who do not have a valid form may be denied boarding. Review the UK government’s entry requirements, and read more about travel restrictions for the UK.