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Reviewed on Aug 26, 2019
Reviewed on Sep 19, 2019
Delayed and not s real full meal
Paid for Wi-Fi but it never worked Food was average to bad
My son loved the flight.
I need more leg room and the temperature was a bit cold for me.
Delta ground staff were phenomenal we left something on the plane, totally our fault, and never expected to get it back but just asked anyway. We had it back within in 10 minutes. Now that’s great service! Very accommodating very friendly. Thank you!
My travel was extremely good.
Staff on the flight were exceptional.
|Number of Daily Flights||21|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||May 17|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||May 17|
|Popular Airlines||British Airways|
People travel from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) in New York to London every day for business and exciting family vacations. Take an MTA subway train or bus to reach JFK when you're ready to head to the United Kingdom. A nonstop flight takes about seven hours, while flights with one stop could be up to 17 hours long.
The Heathrow Express trains provide service to guests looking to explore Central London. The trains, Tube and bus to Central London are typically available throughout the day. Some of the attractions nearby include the London Motor Museum, the Royal Air Force Museum, Windsor Castle and the Hampton Court Palace. Visitors may also be interested in checking out Southall’s Little India, the quaint pubs in the village of Denham and LEGOLAND UK, which is located just west of London in Windsor, Berkshire, as well.
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is located approximately 20 miles west of Central London and is often described as one of the most advanced and industrious airports worldwide. The airport reached its 60th anniversary in 2006, totaling 14 million flights and 1.4 billion passengers since conception. The temperature in the London area ranges from the low 40s to the high 60s, and the most rain falls during the winter months.