Compare airport transfer providers in the United Kingdom, i.e. in Great Britain as well as Northern Ireland.
Airports in the UK are usually well connected by rail and bus to the inner cities. However, the system of different operator companies is often confusing and relatively expensive compared to other European countries. A rental car is suitable only if it is actually needed for a road trip. Also, it should be noted, that the changeover to left-hand traffic is not without risks when you are not used to it. For many tours, especially for those with a lot of luggage, or with multiple passengers on the same route, a taxi pick-up service is faster, cheaper and more convenient.
For all international airports in the UK we find for you the best available online offer. In Scotland, you usually travel via Edinburgh (EDI) or Glasgow (GLA). The northernmost international airports in England are Leeds (LBA), Manchester (MAN) and Liverpool (LPL). In Wales, the only option to arrive directly by plane is Cardiff (CWL). The Midlands and the South of England are dominated by the big airports in Birmingham (BHX) and the cosmopolitan city of London. In particular, the major airports around London form a European hub in international air traffic: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, City, and Southend. These six airports (LHR, LGW, STN, LTN, LCY, and SEN) have a combined passenger volume of over 180 million passengers per year. So, if you are traveling to or from any international airport in the UK you may want to check our prices for your airport transfer.