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24 nights in Hong Kong, departing London Gatwick on 20 / Sep / 2024 with Air China (price found 46 hours ago)

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Today alone, Netflights has searched over 192,330 flights. 20 / Sep / 2024 is currently the lowest priced day of the year to fly the London/Hong Kong route. There are around 12,327 flights on any given week from the UK to Hong Kong and the cheapest month to fly right now is September.

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Key facts about Hong Kong

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When it comes to finding cheap flights from London to Hong Kong, you’ve got around 12,327 weekly flights to choose from – so it pays to do some comparing. You’ll touch down at Hong Kong Airport (HKG) which is also called Chek Lap Kok, on account of the island it’s built on.

The most popular airlines for flights to Hong Kong are Finnair, Qatar Airways and Air France, while London Heathrow (LHR) is the most popular departure airport in the city. Several airlines fly direct from London to Hong Kong, including Virgin Atlantic and British Airways from Heathrow, and Cathay Pacific from London Gatwick (LGW). Plus, you’ve got lots of indirect flights to choose from, and adding a stopover could reduce the cost of your ticket.

When you fly is just as important as where you fly from. Search by month to find out when flights are at their highest, and when you can find a bargain. March, for example, is the most expensive time to fly to Hong Kong. This is the start of Spring, when it’s warm and humid, and mostly dry.

February, just a month before, is the cheapest time for flights from London to Hong Kong. It’s still winter here, so it’s cool compared to the rest of the year and visitor numbers are often lower. At the opposite end of the scale weather-wise, June to August can get very hot, which can mean frequent typhoons.

FAQs about flights from London to Hong Kong

Which airlines fly from London to Hong Kong?
British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Cathay Pacific all fly direct to Hong Kong from London Heathrow, while multiple airlines including Jet Airways, Air France, Finnair, SWISS and Air China all fly indirect. From Gatwick you can also fly with airlines like Turkish Airlines and China Eastern, and from Stansted you can fly with carriers including Emirates and SAS.

Which airlines have the cheapest flights to Hong Kong?
Jet Airways, Air France and Finnair have some of the cheapest flights from London to Hong Kong.

Can I fly direct from London to Hong Kong?
Yes – you can fly direct to Hong Kong with Virgin Atlantic, British Airways and Cathay Pacific.

Which London airport offers the cheapest direct flight to Hong Kong?
London Heathrow usually offers the cheapest direct flights to Hong Kong.

How long is the flight from London to Hong Kong?
The shortest flight time is around 11 hours and 5 minutes.

How do I get into Hong Kong from Hong Kong Airport?
The Airport Express train is the quickest option if you want to travel onward from Chek Lap Kok. The train runs every 12 minutes and tickets cost around $13 for a single trip into central Hong Kong. Journey time is around 25 minutes – just make sure you buy a ticket before you board the train. There are public buses running into central, too, and although the journey takes a little longer – about 45 minutes – the fare is cheaper, at closer to $5. Taxis in Hong Kong airport are divvied up by colour according to designated areas – red taxis serve urban areas including all of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, green serve the New Territories and blue serve Lantau Island.

What are the top things to do in Hong Kong?
Once you’ve made it to Hong Kong, where do you start? Options abound in this part of the world. For awesome views of the place, take the tram up to Victoria Peak – Hong Kong island’s highest point – or take in the cinematic skyline of Victoria Harbour aboard the Star ferry instead. Get your thrills at Disneyland or Ocean Park, chow down on dim sum at a street market, or grab fistfuls of flowers at a floating market. And make sure you soak up some of Hong Kong’s incredible history – try the 10,000 Buddhas Monastery or one of the region’s many incredible temples.

Do I need a visa to travel to Hong Kong?
You can usually visit Hong Kong on holiday for up to six months without a visa. But you’ll need a visa if you plan to work or study there, or stay for longer than six months.

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