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|Airport of departure:
|Kuwait International Airport (KWI)
|Airport of arrival:
|London Stansted Airport (STN)
|Minimum layover duration:
|Average of 1 hours 55 minutes (Istanbul - SAW)
|Flight duration from Kuwait to London:
|Average of 9 hours 45 minutes (with layover duration)
There are frequent direct flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport to Kuwait and International Airport offered by Pegasus Airlines.
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Kuwait International Airport is situated about 15.5 km south of the city.
Kuwait International Airport was initially established in 1927. The current airport became operational in 1979 and has been through a series of renovation works which resulted in the inclusion of additional terminals as well as the increase of its total passenger capacity up to 25 million people per year. As of May 2018, the airport consists of five terminals.
The public transport is not very well developed in Kuwait. However there are some buses providing transfer to the city center. Bus lines number 13, 99 and 501 operate from 4.30 am until 23.45 pm. There are also pre-arranged private transfers of the hostels. Alternatively, you can take a taxi or benefit from car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
Public transport network lacks a railway system and buses are usually the only public means of transport. The Kuwait Public Transport Company offers bus services covering an extensive area but unfortunately the traffic get a bit hectic in the city.
Taxis are also widely utilized to move around in the city. You can negotiate on a price beforehand. The local taxi app Careem is commonly used for moving around the city.
Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport constitutes one of the busiest routes at London Stansted Airport. Pegasus Airlines offers frequent direct flights from Istanbul Sabiha Gokcen Airport and Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport.
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London Stansted Airport is situated about 68 km away from London city center.
London Stansted Airport became operational for the first time in 1943 for military means. It was utilized as the airfield by United States Army Air Forces. In the post-war era the airport presumed its civil use under British control. Currently, it is listed among the busiest airports in the UK. A new arrivals terminal has been planned as part of a project that foresees redevelopment of the arrivals and departures buildings.
Stansted Airport is easily connected to London and nearby cities through Stansted Airport railway station located right at the airport.
Stansted Express train departs on a regular basis, every 15 minutes and provides direct service to central London. The journey that terminates at London Liverpool Street takes about 50 minutes. You can pre-book your ticket online. Furthermore, the rail network enables access to all major cities throughout the UK.
As an alternative there are shuttle buses that operate on scheduled hours and through various routes. Airport Bus Express departs every half an hour between Stansted to Liverpool Street and Stansted to Victoria Bus/Coach Station. On the other hand, National Express offers low-cost options on four different routes. You can check out the complete list of travel destinations and book your place online.
You can travel from London Stansted Airport to the city center with ease by taxi. Taxi provides comfortable, hassle-free journey directly to your destination. Available 24/7, taxis offer a convenient, although pricier, option compared to public transport. Ideal for groups or those with heavy luggage.
You may also consider taking a taxi or benefiting from car rental services offered by Pegasus Airlines.
London has one of the worlds’ most extensive but also complicated urban transport network. Even though getting around in London might feel a bit hectic for the newcomers, with the right tips and tricks you’ll get used to it immediately. The underground or so-called the tube, iconic double deckers, DLR, river bus services, trams, local trains as well as airline cable car are available options to travel around the city. There are a number of travel passes such as Oyster Card or Travel Card suitable for every need.
You can reach all the relevant information online and plan your journey beforehand. If you feel lost, you can find Visitor Centres situated at designated points to ask for advice.
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