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  • The aerial distance from London to Atlanta is 4,208 miles
  • There are 189 flights from London to Atlanta in a week
  • Popular Airlines from London to Atlanta are American Airlines, Finnair, British Airways, Iberia, Air France, Delta, KLM and Virgin Atlantic
  • The shortest time of flights from London to Atlanta is 09h 30m
  • Airport codes flights from London to Atlanta are London – LHR / Atlanta - ATL
  • High Season: July (most popular time to fly)
  • Low Season: February (best time to beat the crowds)

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Tourists flock into Atlanta all year round even though March to May and September to November are the busiest in terms of tourism. The climate is parched and sizzling, but not uncomfortable. Finding low-cost flights to Atlanta can be difficult and you should book flight tickets in advance to save money.

You will find cheapest flights to Atlanta between December and February. Being flexible with your travel dates will allow you to find the cheapest Atlanta flights any time of the year. Talk to one of our travel agents and book Atlanta flights in a snap.

About Atlanta


Famous as one of the greenest cities on the planet, Atlanta is the capital city of Georgia that invites frequent budget flights to Atlanta. The city was established in 1837 as a railroad junction to the south. Today, the city is dotted with lovely trees along the streets, welcoming approximately 16.5 million visitors every year.

London to Atlanta flights arrives at the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The Georgian capital is one of the nicest cities to explore and fill your bags with shopped items. Home to world-class chefs, media masters and business executives, the charm of Atlanta goes back to its historic roots that are vivid in the present-day. Crystal Travel is your one-stop-travel-shop for easy flight booking arrangements for this impressive city.

Best Time to Visit Atlanta


The city of Atlanta is an interesting place to enjoy and one must visit this city during the peak season that includes national festivals and other events. During winter, the climate and the gleaming sky offers a fabulous view of Atlanta skyline. October to March, July and late August are the prime months when tourism booms in Atlanta.

However, the city also experiences a humid and warm climate in summer, but being a highly developed city with air-conditioning in almost every attractive place, you won’t feel the heat. April to June and September are the months when one can enjoy some affordable, less chaotic and soothing holidays in Atlanta, admiring the scenic cultural beauty of the city. In short, you can visit the city in spring, when azaleas and dogwoods are in their best form, or during fall when the snappy and breezy weather and orange-hued trees beckon you outdoors for sightseeing and festivals. Book air tickets to Atlanta from London from Crystal Travel much in advance to avoid last-minute hassles and unavailability.

Best Places to Visit in Atlanta


With air tickets to Atlanta, discover what makes the city unique with these famous places to visit.

George Aquarium: Home to more than 100,000 marine species, the George Aquarium is a must-see. Just greatly admire the wonderful ocean life beyond the glass. Right from seahorse to whales, you name it and it's all there.

Atlanta History Center: Admire the largest collection of war memorabilia at the Atlanta History Center plus, enjoy the kids’ education section too.

Legoland Discovery Center: A family-friendly centre that offers structures and models erected purely by the help of famous Lego toys. Allow the inner creativity of your child to pour out into one of the creations.

The CNN Studio Tour: Enjoy world's tallest freestanding escalator at the CNN headquarters. Just step on and enjoy the ride.

Zoo Atlanta: Get to admire pandas at Zoo Atlanta. This is one of the four zoos in America with these adorable, fluffy creatures.

The DUMP: Situated on Peachtree, this is the place where the renowned novel ‘Gone with the Wind’ was written. Enjoy the tour with expert guides.

Coca-Cola: See where it all started! Yes, it is Atlanta where Coca-Cola was raised. Visit the world of Coca-Cola and learn the story of this amazing soft drink.

The Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site: Built-in 1980, this historic site pays homage to great leaders who left a remarkable impact. Visitors can enjoy guided tours of Martin Luther's childhood home and discover other remnants.

Center for Puppetry Arts: An amazing place for kids entertainment, the Center for Puppetry Arts features live performances to entertain and educate children and adults as well.

Wagaya Westside: If you are hungry, this Japanese restaurant will gratify your hunger with traditional food unlike any. Enjoy authentic flavours in a cosy ambience. Try Devil's Breath Roll, sushi, spicy tuna and more.

Stone Mountain Park: Move away from the city with a trip to the iconic Stone Mt. Park. Walk across the world's biggest exposed mass of granite. Enjoy the 1.5-mile hike atop the mountain for spectacular city views.

Atlanta Botanical Garden: A well laid out garden consisting of majestic trees, flowerbeds and several other rare species is something not to be missed.

The Fox Theatre: Built-in 1920, the Fox Theatre conducts operas, ballet, movies, and concerts. It's the perfect place to spend a lovely evening.

Piedmont Park: Located among the city's tallest skyscrapers, the Piedmont Park offers a relief from the concrete life. The park has running trails, lake, swimming pool, and children's area. Do not miss the park market where you may find everything from meat products to biscuits, soaps, cakes and more.

Fernbank Museum of Natural History: The Fernbank Museum of Natural History displays nature in all its splendour. You can also see technical and scientific elements as well. Additionally, other exhibits too will surely excite your kids.

Krog Street Market: Located in Inman Park, the Krog Street Market is one of the most popular areas with trendy shops, ice-cream parlours, restaurants and the best place to buy chocolates and fresh meat products.

Airport serving London & Atlanta


London: There are five major airports in London: London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN) and London Stansted (STN), out of which, London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, a wide choice of shops, food courts, lounges with unlimited Wi-Fi access and relaxation areas

Atlanta: Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL) is the international airport situated 7 miles south of Atlanta's business district. Since 1998, it has been the busiest airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic. There are two terminals, the Domestic Terminal and the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal, where passengers check in and claim bags.

After you exit the airport, there are shared shuttle rides, hotel shuttle, limousine and taxis, city buses, sky train, car rentals and trains to take you to your desired location.

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