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Today alone, Netflights has searched over 26,781 flights. 24 / Apr / 2024 is currently the lowest priced day of the year to fly the London/Atlanta route. There are around 3,642 flights on any given week from the UK to Atlanta and the cheapest month to fly right now is April.

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There are around 3,642 weekly flights from London to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL), which is better known as Atlanta Airport. If you’re looking for cheap flights from London to Atlanta, it pays to shop around well ahead of your trip to the US.

Heathrow (LHR) is the most popular London airport for flights to Atlanta, because several airlines fly direct from here. That includes British Airways and Virgin Atlantic, so compare all airlines to see if you can save on airfare. Adding a stopover or two could bring costs down too. Alternatively, you might find a better deal if you fly from London Gatwick (LGW) or London City Airport (LCY) – both of which have a wide variety of indirect flights.

Avoiding peak travel times is another way to get a bargain flight. September can often be an expensive time to travel to Atlanta. It’s towards the end of hot summer and it’s also the start of the dry season – so it’s less rainy than the months beforehand. Speaking of which, August – just a month earlier – can be one of the cheapest times to visit Atlanta. Both flight prices and accommodation rates fluctuate throughout the year though, so it’s always worth searching by month to reveal the cheapest times to fly.

FAQs about flights from London to Atlanta

Which airlines fly from London to Atlanta?
From London Heathrow, you can fly direct to Atlanta with British Airways, KLM, Virgin Atlantic, Air France, Finnair and Delta. If you want to fly from London Gatwick, indirect flights are available with Delta, KLM and WestJet, to name a few. British Airways, KLM and Virgin Atlantic also provide indirect flights from London City Airport to Atlanta.

Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Atlanta?
To find the cheapest fares on this route, it’s worth comparing prices with British Airways, Finnair or Air France.

Can I fly direct from London to Atlanta?
Yes, you can fly direct to Atlanta from London Heathrow with airlines including Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and Delta.

Which London airport offers the cheapest direct flight to Atlanta?
For the cheapest direct flight to Atlanta, fly from London Heathrow.

How long is the flight from London to Atlanta?
A direct flight from London to Atlanta takes about 9 hours and 20 minutes.

How do I get into Atlanta from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport?
Atlanta Airport sits around seven miles south of downtown Atlanta, Georgia. You can take a MARTA train into Atlanta from the airport – the stop is between the north and south baggage claims in the domestic terminal, so you’ll need to take the free shuttle bus from the international terminal over there first. Both the red and gold lines link the airport to the rest of the city. Or, you can take a taxi – they’re outside the baggage claim areas at each terminal and charge a minimum of $30 to downtown Atlanta, plus an extra charge of $2 per person.

What are the top things to do in Atlanta?
The World of Coca-Cola is easily one of Atlanta’s most famous attractions, and you can learn about the famous fizzy drink while tasting your way around this supersized museum. Once you’ve done that, make sure you tick off Georgia Aquarium and Centennial Olympic Park. Then jog around lush and leafy Piedmont Park, tiptoe across the 40-foot high Canopy Bridge footbridge in Atlanta Botanical Garden, then pore over exhibits at the High Museum of Art.

Do I need a visa to travel to Atlanta?
If you’re travelling to Atlanta on a British passport you don’t need a visa, because you can visit the USA under their visa waiver programme. You’ll just need to fill out an ESTA application online – it’s best to get it sorted at least four weeks before you fly.

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