From soccer fans to Potter-heads to literature enthusiasts and everyone in between, London attracts everyone. Tourism greatly contributes to the UK's economy and London is the biggest tourist destination. The ancient castles and royal family add to the charm of this city and the famous English breakfast and more, invite Indians. For 90 years, Air India has enjoyed catering to this route, cementing the connection between the two capitals of powerful nations. And additionally, Air India has added multiple flights to Birmingham, improving the connectivity between India and the UK.

Flying Air India

On 30th September 2022, Air India introduced 14 weekly flights between India and London Heathrow to bring the count to a total of 48. Three new flights will connect London Heathrow with Delhi, one to Ahmedabad and five to Mumbai from 30th October 2022.

Air India is also bringing back wide-body and narrow-body aircrafts, in addition to leasing new ones to ensure stronger connectivity for journeys to global destinations and international events. With our flights, travellers can also expect crew members to converse in Indian languages, allowing seamless and easy conversations to make your journey memorable.

Indians love London for its rich heritage, cosmopolitan culture, melting pot of business, excellent education system and endless career growth opportunities. Air India strikes the perfect balance in providing the luxury of London and the hospitality of India.

Airport Information

London Heathrow Airport is London's largest airport and the third busiest in Europe. It is also considered one of the world's most important airports for passenger traffic, cargo volume, and cargo throughput. The name Heathrow comes from this village in Middlesex County. Heathrow Airport has two terminals: Terminal 1 (T1), launched in 1938; Terminal 2 (T2), which opened in 1995 after being initially planned as part of an expansion project to increase capacity beyond what had been available at T1.

The Heathrow Airport offers services like 

baggage services

baggage services

Currency and cash

Currency and cash

free wifi

free wifi

Porter service

Porter service

Meet & Assist

Meet & Assist

Restaurants & Food

Restaurants & Food

Shops & Stores

Shops & Stores

A major tourist and business destination, Delhi and the National Capital Region are serviced by the Indira Gandhi International Airport. The airport is frequently used by passengers for both domestic and international travel. It is the busiest and largest airport in India in terms of passenger traffic, ranking as the ninth-largest airport in the entire globe. Delhi is connected to several significant cities throughout the world through the international terminal of the airport, Terminal 3.

The New Delhi airport offers services like

restaurants

Restaurants And Bars

shops

Shops

Duty-Free

Duty-Free

information-counter

Information Counter

currency-exchange

Currency Exchange

security-check

Security Check

tourist

Tourist And Railway Information Booths

lost-found

Lost & Found

vending-machines

Vending Machines

luggage-carts

Luggage Carts