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When it comes to exploring the UK and Ireland, British Airways has all countries covered. You can fly into one of London’s four major airports. From here, we fly from London direct to five English cities, four Scottish cities, the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. You can reach Wales by rail from London with First Great Western railway.

British Airways is the UK’s flagship airline and we are proud to serve the UK from top to toe. Wherever you want to visit, the ultimate UK holiday starts with a British Airways flight. Enjoy the wilds of Scottish Highlands when you land in Inverness, or fly to Belfast to stand in the footprints of giants on the Causeway Coast. For a sunny seaside excursion you can even hop to tiny Jersey in the Channel Islands. Make the UK your own.

Flights to the UK and Ireland

Visit the four nations and their islands. From London we fly to Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle in England. Visiting Scotland? We fly to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness. We fly to Belfast in Northern Ireland, Dublin in the Republic of Ireland and the islands of Jersey and the Isle of Man.

Glasgow

London

Our cheapest flights to Manchester

From £82return

from London, April 2020

January

£82

return, from London

£82

February

£82

return, from London

£82

March

£82

return, from London

£82
London

Manchester

Our cheapest flights to Edinburgh

From £70return

from London, April 2020

October

£68

return, from London

£68

November

£68

return, from London

£68

December

£68

return, from London

£68
London

Edinburgh

Our cheapest flights to Glasgow

From £67return

from London, April 2020

September

£67

return, from London

£67

October

£67

return, from London

£67

November

£67

return, from London

£67
London

Glasgow

Our cheapest flights to Dublin

From £68return

from London, April 2020

October

£65

return, from London

£65

November

£65

return, from London

£65

December

£68

return, from London

£68
Manchester

Dublin

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Which cabins can I book when I fly to the UK and Ireland?

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Which cabins can I book when I fly to the UK and Ireland?

Our economy (World Traveller) are a good budget option, with a range of wallet-friendly fares:

  • Basic offers the cheapest fare, with hand-baggage only.
  • Plus includes a checked baggage allowance, and allows flight changes on departure day.
  • Plus Flex includes checked baggage plus a full refund for cancellations. Changes to flights can be made up to an hour before take-off.

Business Class (Club Europe) is located at the front of the plane, with the middle seat kept free for extra legroom and added comfort.

Find out more about our travel classes

A flyer's guide: UK and Ireland flight tips

Everything you need to know about flying to the UK with British Airways.

Which countries can you visit in the UK and Ireland?

England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are the countries that make up the United Kingdom. You can also visit the Republic of Ireland, which is also part of the British Isles.

When’s the best time to travel to the UK and Ireland?

With their mild temperatures, the UK and Ireland can be enjoyed all year around. Visit the cities in the winter, or make the most of the countryside during the clement summer months. Each country has a great cultural calendar. Do your research so you know to be at Stonehenge for the summer solstice (mid June), and when to celebrate St Patrick's Day in Dublin (early spring).

Do I need a visa to travel to the UK and Ireland?

If you are a citizen of the European Union, you do not need a visa to visit the UK. Despite the recent referendum vote for the UK to leave the European Union, visa-free travel is still in place for citizens of the EU to and from the UK. If you are arriving from some countries outside the EU, you may need to apply for a visa before you travel. To check and apply, please visit the UK Border Agency Website.

Learn more about UK and Ireland visa requirements

Great British tips

Our UK and Ireland cheat sheet will have you feeling like a local in no time

When to tip

It's customary to tip between 10-15% in restaurants in the UK. It's not mandatory, but it's always appreciated.

Getting around

Hire a car to explore the UK at your leisure. The UK and Ireland both have a good rail network; and cities have taxis and buses.

Free attractions

Visit national parks across the country, and enjoy world-class museums in many cities, like the Kelvingrove Art Gallery in Glasgow.

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