Cheap one-way & return flights to Hanoi from London
Which airlines Operate flights to Hanoi from UK ?
- Vietnam Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Thai Airways
- Turkish Airlines
Are there any direct flights to Hanoi?
Vietnam's flag carrier, Vietnam Airlines, operates direct flights to Hanoi from the UK. The flight departs from the London Heathrow Airport on Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays (4 flights per week). Vietnam Airlines 54 is the flight designation. If you have your eyes set on a non-stop flight to Hanoi with Vietnam Airlines, it could mean an amazing flight experience at a reasonable cost. Give a strong start to your vacations by contacting TravelHouseUK (via phone or social media) and snatching up the best deal before fares change for the worse.
How long is the flight from UK to Hanoi?
- The minimum flight duration from London Heathrow to Hanoi is 11 hours and 25 minutes on a non-stop flight with Vietnam Airlines. The fastest one-stop flight from London Heathrow to Hanoi takes 14 hours and 35 minutes. Aeroflot is the operating airline, and the flight is via Moscow.
- From London Gatwick to Hanoi, the flight duration is 15 hours and 50 minutes on a connecting flight with Qatar Airways. This is a one-stop flight via Doha.
- Qatar Airways operates indirect flights from Manchester to Hanoi that take 16 hours and 20 minutes minimum. Doha is the layover.
- On a connecting flight with Qatar Airways, it takes at least 15 hours and 50 minutes to reach Hanoi from Edinburgh. The flight includes a layover in Doha.
- The total flight duration from Birmingham to Hanoi is 15 hours and 30 minutes if you fly with Qatar Airways. The airline operates connecting flights to Hanoi via Doha.
When is the best time to get cheap flights to Hanoi?
Travelling and sightseeing lose momentum once the summer season draws to a close, and as airlines and hotels make way for the Christmas period ahead, it is likely that the shoulder season might see reduced prices. November is that shoulder-season for you to look forward to. Fares may or may not hit rock-bottom, but the sun continues to shine and the weather remains pleasant, by Hanoi's standards. Get in touch with one of our travel agents at TravelHouseUK and let them assist you in making the best purchase. Our experts will share predictions as regarding the best time to visit Hanoi, and whether booking during a certain period in 2019 is a good idea or not.
Does TravelHouseUK offer cheap flights to Hanoi with Qatar Airways?
Yes, TravelHouseUK takes pride in offering the cheapest fares on Qatar Airways’ flights to Hanoi. For a single adult passenger flying from London Heathrow, the return-ticket for Hanoi would cost 559 GBP minimum with Qatar Airways. The airline offers connecting flights to Hanoi from London (Heathrow and Gatwick airports), Manchester, Edinburgh, and Birmingham. All Qatar Airways flights include a layover in Doha.
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Which is the main international airport in Hanoi?
The Noi Bai International Airport is the receiving airport for cheap flights to Hanoi from the UK. Besides being the largest airport in Vietnam, it also happens to be the hub of Vietnam Airlines (which offers direct flights to Hanoi from London Heathrow). There are a total of two terminals of which Terminal 2 handles international flights to and from Hanoi. Both the international and domestic terminal is properly furnished, housing several duty-free outlets and trendy fast-food joints for the convenience of waiting passengers.
How far is the Noi Bai International Airport from Hanoi?
From centre city Hanoi, the Noi Bai International Airport is located approximately 25 kilometres away in the outskirts of the city. The common practice is to hail a taxi upon exiting the arrivals lounge of the airport. Taxis operate round-the-clock but can be a bit expensive. A cheaper option would be to take any one of the two city buses, designated as 7 and 17, from outside the airport. Buses stop after 15-20 minute intervals, and the service is operational from 5 a.m. to 10 p.m.
What are the major tourist attractions in Hanoi?
The Hoan Kiem Lake translates to "Lake of the Restored Sword". Popular opinion has it that this was the legendary sword that was used to repel the Chinese from the Vietnamese lands. This was before it was latched onto a giant tortoise that disappeared into this lake and hence the name.Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum:
The final resting place of Vietnam's greatest leader in recent history, Ho Chi Minh, continues to draw huge crowds on a daily basis. For those wishing to gauge the popularity of this one-time leader, albeit posthumous, your one visit to the mausoleum will suffice.Hanoi Opera House:
Vietnam has undergone several paradigm shifts, and this is reflected in the style and essence of its performing arts, widely acclaimed to be one of the best in Asia. Make your reservations, sit back, and see for yourself what makes it so spectacular.Vietnam Military History Museum:
The bustling capital of Vietnam is a whole lot more than what you would expect from a country that was subjected to one of the greatest wars of history, back in the 1960s and 70s. For anyone seeking to learn the country's powering history and the phases it went through, a visit to this museum is a must!One Pillar Pagoda:
Resembling a lotus flower, the pagoda gained considerable attention right after its reconstruction. It serves as a Buddhist Temple.Turtle Tower:
An alone structure cut off on all sides by a pond makes Turtle Tower a picturesque site for visitors. Coupled with lush gardens spread across the perimeter, the Turtle Tower is a popular picnic spot that offers a peaceful break from the vicious cycle of life.Hanoi Night Market:
Tired of strolling through winding streets looking for some idea of a nightlife? Head for the Night Market and the appetizing aromas clouding up from the different food setups will tell a different story altogether.
Which are the best hotels in Hanoi for travellers?
Best 5-star hotels in Hanoi:
- Lotte Hotel
- The Oriental Jade Hotel and Spa
- Apricot Hotel
- Pan Pacific Hotel
- InterContinental Westlake
Best 4-star hotels in Hanoi:
- Hanoi Babylon Garden Hotel and Spa
- The Light Hotel
- Hanoi Daewoo Hotel
- Boss Legend Hotel
- Golden Cyclo Hotel
Best 3-star hotels in Hanoi:
- Essence Hotel and Spa
- Bonsella Prestige Hotel and Spa
- Delicacy Hotel and Spa
- La Siesta Hotel Trendy
- Golden Sun Suites Hotel
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