London Luton Airport - international airport, located on the outskirts of Luton, Bedfordshire, England, 48 km north of London. This is the fourth largest airport after London Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted and one of the five international airports in London, including London City.
London Luton Airport Site http://www.london-luton.co.uk/en/
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Airport London City Airport (London City Airport)
London City Airport airport with a single, intended for use by aircraft with short takeoff and landing strip, which serves predominantly business districts of London. Located in the Docklands, Newham in East London, England. London City Airport - the fifth largest international airport in London after Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted and Luton.
London City Airport Site http://www.londoncityairport.com/
Airport London (London Heathrow)
London - capital of the UK, the largest city in the British Isles. London has played a leading role in the political, economic and cultural life in Britain. The city is world-famous landmarks: Westminster Abbey, the Palace of Westminster complex with a clock tower, St. Paul's Cathedral, the fortress of the Tower, and others, as well as the international airport of Heathrow, a river port on the River Thames. Heathrow (born London Heathrow Airport) - the largest international airport in London. Considered the first-busiest passenger airport in Europe. Located 24 km (15 miles) west of central London. Includes 5 passenger terminals and one cargo.
London Heathrow Airport Site http://www.baa.co.uk/
Airport Liverpool (Liverpool International Airport)
Liverpool - the city in the UK, a port on the northwest coast of England, the fourth largest city in the UK. Liverpool Monuments of interest are: the ensemble of administrative buildings of Liverpool port, City Hall, the Anglican Cathedral, the Metropolitan Catholic Cathedral. In Liverpool, a branch of London Tate Gallery, Walker Art Gallery, the Museum of The Beatles. Liverpool International Airport is located 12 miles southeast of downtown. Linked with Liverpool and other cities by bus.
Liverpool Airport Site http://www.liverpooljohnlennonairport.com/index.html
Airport Leeds (Leeds-Bradford International Airport)
Leeds is a city and metropolitan borough in West Yorkshire, England. Leeds is the cultural, financial and commercial heart of the West Yorkshire Urban Area. There are Royal Armouries, Harewood House, Medical Museum of Tucker, as well as one of the largest greenhouses in the UK Tropical World, City Gallery and Yorkshire Sculpture Park. International Airport Leeds Bradford, located between the cities of Leeds and Bradford in West Yorkshire, England. Leeds Bradford has a license, which permits passengers and flight training.
Leeds-Bradford Airport Site http://www.lbia.co.uk/
Airport Isle of Man (Isle of Man Airport)
Isle of Man - British Crown Dependency, located in the Irish Sea equidistant from England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. The population of the Isle of Man - 76,000 people, of whom one third live in the capital of the island - the city of Douglas. Isle of Man is not considered part of the UK and not part of the European Union. Widely known in global business as an offshore zone. Airport Isle of Man (English Isle of Man airport) - the main civil airport of the island, located approximately eleven miles from Douglas. From the airport, flying to the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands.
Isle of Man Airport Site http://www.iom-airport.com/
Airport Glasgow (Glasgow Airport)
Glasgow - Scotland's largest city, administrative center of Glasgow. Located in the west central part of Scotland on the River Clyde. There are plenty of theaters, excellent art galleries, museums, parks, restaurants and pubs. Glazko - is one of the biggest and interesting British cities, which takes tourists from all over the world. Glasgow International Airport (GLA) - is located 13 km west of the city. Is the largest international airport in Scotland. Serves on flights of more than 80 destinations.
Glasgow Airport Site http://www.glasgowairport.com/
Airport Edinburgh (Edinburgh International Airport)
Edinburgh - the capital and second largest city in Scotland. Located on the east coast of Scotland on the south coast the Firth of Forth. It is surrounded by volcanic hills in the southern part of Scotland. Its architecture is represented by the extraordinary buildings of the XVI century to monumental masterpieces of the Gregorian and Victorian styles. Prevails over the whole castle, situated in the heart of the city on a steep cliff. At Edinburgh airport is functioning - the eighth largest international airport UK. It operates international and domestic flights connecting the city with many cities in the UK and Europe. Located 13 miles west of downtown.
Edinburgh Airport Site http://www.edinburghairport.com/
Airport Aberdeen (Aberdeen Airport)
Aberdeen - a city in northeastern Scotland, situated on the North Sea coast at the mouth of the River Dee. Aberdeen is known as Silver City because of the buildings of granite gray. In the city you can see the Gothic cathedral (1336-1522), visit the Maritime Museum and Art Gallery. Here is the Duthie Park - the largest garden under glass in Europe. Airport Aberdeen (English Aberdeen Airport) - the third largest airport in Scotland, one of the ten largest airports in the UK by the number of takeoffs and landings. The airport is located on the outskirts of Aberdeen, Dyce, about 9 km north-west of the center of Aberdeen.
Aberdeen Airport Site http://www.baa.co.uk/
Airport Belfast (Belfast City Airport )
Belfast - a city in Northern Ireland, the mouth of the River Lagan on the Irish Sea. Belfast - the main town and port of Northern Ireland. For visitors - an easy and interesting small town. The main feature of the center is Donegall Square, surrounded by impressive monuments of the Victorian era. In the suburbs of Belfast are: Zoo Cave Hill Country Park, Belfast Castle. Belfast International Airport receives flights from North America, continental Europe and major cities in the UK. Airport is located 20 km northwest of downtown. Belfast City Airport (Belfast City Airport) is located 6 miles from Belfast. Takes aircraft out of Ireland (Cork and Galway) and the UK.
Airport Belfast (Belfast International Airport )
Belfast - Capital of the biggest city and port in Northern Ireland. The city is located on the east coast of Ireland near the river Legan, the Irish Sea. Among the attractions of Belfast - Donegall Square, Old Town High St. (Entriz), Grand Opera Building, King's Bridge, St. Anne's Cathedral, Belfast Castle, a 10-meter figure of the "Big Fish" on the waterfront. Belfast International Airport receives flights from North America, continental Europe and major cities in the UK. Airport is located 20 km north-west of the center. Another runway - George Best Belfast City Airport, 6 km from Belfast - accepts planes from Ireland and the UK.
Belfast International Airport http://www.bial.co.uk