Since 1841, Londoners have been traveling to Brighton for their beach vacations. You'll find the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Pier's amusement arcade, and the pebbled beach. But there are also hundreds of bars and clubs that cater to the energetic crowd.
This is a must-see attraction in Brighton. The combination of salty ocean air and a refreshing dip in the water is unbeatable. The colourful Brighton Beach Huts are worth a visit if you want to capture something memorable on Instagram. They can be found along Hove Lawns.
Brighton is not served by a major airport. It is however connected to London's airports. Although we recommend Heathrow Airport is the best option, you can fly to Gatwick or London City airport, Stansted, or Southend airports.
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Many airlines offer the possibility to reschedule your flight with no change fee. The difference between the original flight, and the one you choose is all you have to pay.
Flybe, TUI, Flybe, and Aer Lingus all fly to Gatwick with airlines like Norwegian, Flybe, Flybe, and TUI. British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, and Cathay Pacific offer long-haul flights.
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Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight you select.
To learn more about possible travel restrictions to Brighton, visit our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This site is updated regularly with information about everything from health authority information to quarantine requirements.
London Gatwick, 40 km from downtown Brighton is the closest airport. Be prepared to travel a little bit into the city's centre.
You'll find yourself 72 km from downtown when you disembark at Heathrow Airport. Many tourists also visit Brighton from London Airport (LGW–Gatwick). It is located 40 km from the centre.
There are 100 airlines that connect Brighton to 245 international airports.
Most of these flights originate from Cypress Hills. British Airways is the most frequent flier.
When there are no stopovers, flying to a new place is easier. There are 4104 direct flights per week to Brighton.
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