Book cheap flights to London starting from $1039

Cross the pond and visit the poms for less than $1040. Here’s how.

It’s no secret that Australians have a love affair with England. It’s one of the most touristed places by Australians (alongside New Zealand and the USA) and has more Aussie expats than one can shake a stick at.

Being halfway across the world though, and around a day’s flight, you might think that flying there isn’t going to be cheap. You’d be wrong. Choose the right airline and the right sale and you could be jetsetting to the land of Middle Earth and living like the Queen for next to nix.

Well, kind of.

These flights all have select booking dates, which will be displayed when you click to book and are including of any credit card fees. The best thing though is that heaps of them are during the peak European summer period (June-July) making them not only some of the cheapest, but also some of the best flights to book at the moment.

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Top 10 things to do in London

  1. London Eye
  2. Tower of London
  3. Tower Bridge
  4. Buckingham Palace
  5. Westminster Abbey
  6. St Paul’s Cathedral
  7. Big Ben
  8. British Museum
  9. Museum of Natural History
  10. West End

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