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London Kolkata from £340

Depending on your choice of airline, your airport of departure will be London Heathrow, Gatwick, or London City. These airports are easily accessed from the central city by train, bus, and local taxi services. As there are currently no direct flights from London to Kolkata, you will require at least one change. Your connecting city will depend largely on your chosen airline, for example you have the option of a flight to Mumbai or Delhi with Air India. Make certain to compare carriers online to maximise your chances of getting a cheap flight to Kolkata. Your flight will arrive at the local Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, which is approximately eleven miles from the city centre. For onward travel to the city, there is a rail service that runs from the airport to the nearby station in Dum Dum. However, the service is relatively new and departures are intermittent. A more reliable option is the airport bus service, which is comfortable, air-conditioned and cheaper than the local taxi services. Visitors can find these buses departing from outside the main terminal building.

Best Prices for a Flight ticket London - Kolkata: Selection by airline companies

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Mon 30 Jan - Mon 27 Mar

  • Air India

    London Kolkata

    Sun 12 Mar - Tue 21 Mar

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  • Wizz Air

    London Kolkata

    Mon 06 Jun - Mon 13 Jun

  • Wizz Air

    London Kolkata

    Sat 21 May - Sun 19 Jun

  • Wizz Air

    London Kolkata

    Tue 24 May - Tue 13 Sep

  • Ryanair LTD

    London Kolkata

    Thu 09 Jun - Tue 20 Dec

  • Wizz Air

    London Kolkata

    Wed 08 Jun - Mon 06 Feb

  • Wizz Air

    London Kolkata

    Thu 23 Jun - Mon 01 Aug

  • Wizz Air

    London Kolkata

    Thu 26 May - Fri 15 Jul

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Wed 05 Oct - Wed 19 Oct

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Mon 19 Sep - Mon 14 Nov

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Wed 25 Jan - Tue 31 Jan

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Tue 25 Oct - Tue 08 Nov

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Tue 13 Sep - Wed 21 Sep

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Tue 27 Sep - Mon 06 Feb

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Tue 01 Nov - Thu 10 Nov

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Wed 12 Oct - Wed 08 Mar

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Tue 10 Jan - Wed 15 Mar

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Thu 03 Nov - Thu 09 Feb

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Mon 29 Aug - Fri 07 Oct

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Wed 24 Aug - Fri 30 Sep

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Thu 19 Jan - Sat 11 Feb

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Tue 25 Oct - Wed 22 Feb

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Sat 29 Oct - Sun 22 Jan

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Sat 17 Sep - Sat 21 Jan

  • Air India

    London Kolkata

    Sun 12 Mar - Tue 21 Mar

  • Qatar Airways

    London Kolkata

    Mon 31 Oct - Sun 25 Dec

  • Air India

    London Kolkata

    Wed 01 Feb - Mon 27 Feb

  • Air India

    London Kolkata

    Sat 31 Dec - Tue 31 Jan

  • Virgin Atlantic

    London Kolkata

    Wed 16 Nov - Thu 02 Mar

  • Air India

    London Kolkata

    Sat 19 Nov - Sun 22 Jan

  • Air India

    London Kolkata

    Wed 23 Nov - Mon 12 Dec

Cheap London - Kolkata Flights

To travel between London and Kolkata at a low cost, Easyvoyage provides two major pieces of information: the calendar and the price history for London - Kolkata flights. These elements will allow you to analyse the cheapest London - Kolkata flights by departure date.

Sightseeing Kolkata 1 Victoria Memorial Hall

Considered to be one of the iconic symbols of Kolkata, the Victoria Memorial Hall is a magnificent building made of white marble, which is surrounded by palatial gardens. Inside the main building you will find an excellent museum that houses a varied collection of memorabilia detailing the history of British rule in India.

2 Birla Industrial & Technological Museum

This science museum was the first of its kind in India, and has a family friendly exhibition that is both highly educational and entertaining. Children and adults are welcome to tour the museum and learn about everyday science, engineering, physics, chemistry, and even coal mining.

3 Belur Math Shrine

This peaceful shrine, which is the headquarters of the international Ramakrishna Order, is a welcome relief from the hustle and bustle of the city. The main temple is one of the best kept memorials in India, and contains a museum featuring information on the life of Ramakrishna Paramhansa.

4 Mother House

Once the home of Mother Teresa, the building contains a very poignant and respectful museum dedicated to her life and charitable activities. The house has an aura of spirituality and tranquillity that is certain to move any visitor regardless of their background or beliefs.

5 Park Street

Although Park Street has a number of historic buildings dating back to the colonial era, today it is most famous for being the city's best shopping district. Tourists can find a large number of outstanding eateries and international stores along the street, and by night the street comes to life with throngs of party goers.

Required travel documents for India

There is a five and half hour time difference between the United Kingdom and India. Visitors travelling from the London to Kolkata must apply for a tourist visa prior to travel. The capital of West Bengal, Kolkata (formerly Calcutta) is a vast city of 14 million, which is a lively mix of bustling streets, open markets, and colonial architecture. The city is renowned as the cultural capital of India and is famed for its welcoming atmosphere and Bengali cuisine.