These Airports Should Be Avoided During Short Trips!

After the flight lands at your destination city, you ought to assume that your journey has completed. But when you are travelling to a few certain cities, this might not be a right assumption. There are a few cities which have their airports at distances far away from the city centre. This essentially means you will have to spend more time on travel even after reaching your destination city’s airport.

This is something unusual and obviously, people don’t care to think about such anomalous things in general. Although, it can be annoying to ignore it because that this could add as much as up to two or three hours more to the trip due to the excessive time consumed for reaching the city centre after landing. Of course, not all airports are that far and some areas as near as walking distance of a few hundred meters. But for those who respect time, the wastage of time counts. More so, when your travel plan allows only a restricted time.

You should be careful about booking your flights and hotel bookings, not just with flight tickets but also the location of it. Apparently, most people fall for the reduced prices which the flights landing on such airports offer for selling more tickets as people generally fall for cheap ticket prices without paying a heed to the airport. You might not need to worry about the prices as you could easily find a plenty of great on collectoffers such as these hotels.com voucher codes and Expedia voucher codes to avail exclusive discounts on hotel bookings and cheapest ticket prices. A bit of research is all it takes for you to organize a better trip.

London Southend

SouthendThis airport is located at a distance of 58 kilometres from the London city centre. This airport was one of the busiest airports in the UK back in the 60’s and 70’s but it slowly declined to a non-operational state. But the airport has reinstated to a functional state and now there are regular flights being run from this airport to various place. The number of people travelling from this airport is as much as 1 million people every year and the number is constantly increasing. Better be cautious while booking the flight if you are about to take one or two day trip to London because reaching this airport can end up wasting as much as one and a half hours of your just to reach Centre of London.

London Stansted Airport

StanstedThis is the fourth busiest airport in the UK at present which runs flights for more than a hundred and seventy destinations. This airport is the largest base of Ryanair Airlines known for its economical flights. This airport has flights running to all major regions of the of Europe with a few flights to North and Central America, Asia and Africa. This airport is around 60 kilometres from the centre of London and would consume more than an hour and a quarter to reach there. Having flights to the highest number of European destinations, it could end up wasting your time when on a short trip.

Stockholm Vasteras

StockholmThis airport is located in Sweden and has a huge traffic of flights, though not many people know the fact that this station is far from the city centre of Stockholm at a staggering distance of 70 miles i.e. 110 kilometres and it consumes more than two hours of a person to reach. This would often mislead travellers from London to Stockholm as there is a direct flight between London Stansted to this airport and both the airports could ruin almost three to three and a half hours of travellers in travelling excluding the time taken by the flight. In fact, the time taken by the flight is much lesser than what the traveller would have to spend on moving from the city to the airport and vice versa.

 

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