Heathrow is the biggest airport in London.
Ans 2 - Changi Airport, site of an old RAF Station, is now Singapore's main airport.
Melbourne's Tullamarine is the largest airport of four serving that city.
London is served by Heathrow and Gatwick.
There are five airports in the London area... Heathrow, Gatwick, CIty, Stansted & Luton
The main airport is Heathrow. The secondary airport is Gatwick.
The metropolitan area of London, England is served by six international airports and several smaller airports. Together, they make the busiest airport system in the world by passenger numbers and the second busiest by aircraft movements. In 2011, all six airports handled 133,709,327 passengers. The London airports handle 60% of all the United Kingdom's air traffic. There are 14 domestic destinations served by the airports and 396 international destinations......London has two main international airports (Heathrow and Gatwick) and two minor international airports (Luton and Stansted).
The distance between the two cities' major airports is about 10,500 air miles.
London already has five international airports. In order of size they are; Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City.
Flight:Melbourne (MEL) to London (LON)Flight Duration 22 hours 55 minsDistance:The distance between Melbourne, Australia and London, England is 10509 miles (16913 km).
Manchester International (MAN) London-Gatwick (LGW) London-Heathrow (LHR)
The currently scheduled airports are: Auckland (AKL) Sydney (SYD) Bangkok (BKK) Dubai (DXB) London (LHR) Paris (CDG) Seoul (ICN) Toronto (YYZ) Hong Kong (HKG) Singapore (SIN) Los Angeles (LAX) Melbourne (MEL) New York (JFK) Tokyo (NRT) Manchester (MAN) Birmingham (BHX)
London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is the main airport in London.The other international airport near London is the London Gatwick Airport (LGW). There is one called the London Luton Airport that is right in London. There is also the London Southend Airport and the London Stansted Airport, which are regional airports in London.Heathrow and Gatwick are the two biggest.
The distance from Heathrow Airport (LHR) in London, England, to Melbourne International Airport (MEL) in Melbourne, Australia, is 10,506 air miles. That equals 16,908 kilometers or 9,130 nautical miles.
Melbourne to LA, but QANTAS has ordered more A380's and are going to introduce a Shanghai route. * * * UPDATED * * * See the related link below for complete listing of all routes and schedules flown by the A380. Include Qantas schedules as well as Emirates, Singapore Airlines, and Air France (from Nov09).