London City International Airport is the city's most accessible airport: it is just 9,5 miles from the city center and less than 5 miles from the Canary Wharf business district. Due to its location, transfers to central London are easier and faster than the airports ofHeathrow, Gatwick ou Luton.
How to get to central London and which means of transport to choose? Here is a comparison!
The taxi or black-cab
Getting to central London by taxi is the easiest solution. Black-cabs can be found in front of the London City airport terminal and can be taken without reservation.
The Sixt ride mini-cab
Less expensive than traditional taxis, TREKKING are real competitors. And unlike black-cabs, they guarantee fixed prices that do not vary depending on the traffic. Their use is subject to prior reservation on the website.
Sixt mydriver offers quality services with recent cars. You can book your transfer directly on the Sixt site which has the advantage of being in French.
Valid code until June 30, 2020 included for for new customers de Sixt ride.
By DLR then by metro
The Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is a modern driverless train network that connects East London to the Underground via Bank, Tower Gateway, Shadwell, Stratford, Bow, Heron Quays, Canning Town and Canary Wharf stations.
For a transfer from London City airport, take the DLR at London City Airport station (zone 3) and after a ten-minute journey you will have a connection to find the metro.
Finally, the DLR prices are the same as in the metro and you can also use theOyster Cardor Travelcard .