Flights to the United Kingdom
Book great value flights with Condor to the United Kingdom today. We operate non-stop flights from Anchorage, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix and more to the United Kingdom and Europe through Frankfurt.
The United Kingdom is a land steeped in ancient history from the mystical pagan landscapes of its stone circles, magnificent medieval cathedrals and civic and domestic architecture of which examples can be found from Tudor and Elizabethan times to the present day. However, it is also a modern society, boasting one of the most vibrant multicultural populations to be found anywhere.
Condor offers cheap flights to multiple destinations in the United Kingdom. The United Kingdom is accessible from all over Germany and the USA, flying to Aberdeen, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow, Inverness, Isle of Man, Jersey, London, Manchester, Newquay and Southampton. Or book flights to the United-Kingdom now on Condor's direct routes from Orlando to Glasgow (8 hours 50 minutes) or Manchester (8 hours 25 minutes). Condor also offers great flight deals to Manchester, via Frankfurt, from Las Vegas (14 hours 35 minutes), Seattle (12 hours 10 minutes) and other American cities.
The United-Kingdom, as a major global center for air travel, boasts fantastic airport services. Given its large size and proximity to the city compared with other major airports, Manchester Airport provides an excellent range of transport options, including a regular express train to the toen centre and a well-stocked taxi rank, which are the best options for those on a tight schedule. For the budget traveler, there are also coaches and buses serving Greater Manchester that take a little longer but give a good introduction to the layout of the city. Glasgow Airport is well served by frequent buses directly to the city center or taxis to any area visitors may need to reach
Top Attractions in United-Kingdom
The fairytale architecture and a magical atmosphere that inspired such literary characters as Harry Potter and Jekyll and Hyde is only part of Edinburgh's appeal: world renowned restaurants, cutting edge art galleries and countless historical gems and, of course, the largest annual cultural festival on the planet which is held for two months every summer, are just some of the attractions for which this city is internationaly famous.
As iconic as Big Ben but much more peaceful, this strange rock formation has been baffling historians and visitors for centuries. The mystery surrounding these stones and how they got there often overshadows the other attractions of the area, including the beautiful Wiltshire countryside and the charming nearby cathedral city of Salisbury.
The United-Kingdom may not be synonymous with beach holidays but Brighton certainly offers enough charm to sit alongside any Mediterranean or Caribbean seaside spot. Its pier is an engineering feat, its gay-friendly nightlife scene is world famous and its beachside shops and eateries create a unique festive atmosphere.
It is hard to overstate how much London has to offer visitors. A flight to the capital of the once mighty British Empire - now the most culturally diverse place on the planet - opens up a world of history, culture, commerce, sights, sounds and smells which make it difficult to leave.
Too often dismissed as an industrial relic, Manchester is the United-Kingdom's best kept secret, with the country's best nightlife, student and music scene outside of London - not to mention two of the biggest football clubs in the world.