London to Venice flight duration

What is the flight time from London to Venice

Whether you’re flying to Venice, Italy for a family holiday, business trip, romantic getaway or just curious to know the flight duration from London, United Kingdom to Venice, Italy the duration of the flight can be a major factor in the planning of your break. Venice can be a great holiday destination for exploring, seeing the amazing sites and spending time with the family. We have sourced the latest deals on flights and hotels in the Venice, Italy to help you plan your trip.

London to Venice flight time. The flight time is 2 hours, 10 minutes with a distance of 706 miles / 1,136 km. Non-Stop direct flight duration from LGW to VCE is 2 hours, 10 minutes. Looking for flights and hotels for a weekend getaway, holiday or vacation or maybe a long break away with family and friends. We have sourced the best rates and deals on flights, car hire, hotels and airport parking. How long will your Flight take? Check your Flight Duration times from London to Venice now with this simple to use site!

Flight time from London to Venice is 2 hours, 10 minutes

The total distance travelled as the crow flies is 706 miles / 1,136 km

2 hours, 10 minutes

approximate for a direct flight

706 miles / 1,136 km

as the crow flies

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British Airways
Saturday 30th June 2018

London Heathrow to Venice Marco Polo

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easyJet
Wednesday 4th July 2018

London Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo

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easyJet
Wednesday 29th August 2018

London Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo

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easyJet
Tuesday 18th September 2018

London Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo

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British Airways
Saturday 6th October 2018

London Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo

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British Airways
Monday 12th November 2018

London Gatwick to Venice Marco Polo

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London to Venice Information

London & Venice Local times and Timezones

Venice, Italy time is 1 hours ahead of London, United Kingdom

Day and time in London, United Kingdom : Mon, 25 Jun, 2018,
London Timezone: BST (+01:00)
07:14
Day and time in Venice, Italy : Mon, 25 Jun, 2018,
Rome Timezone: CEST (+02:00)
08:14

Airlines flying between London and Venice

Most popular airlines that fly the route between London and Venice

British Airways
British Airways
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easyJet
Ryanair
Ryanair

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Flight & Holiday Top Tips

Tops tips to get you started on your visit to Venice. For further help and tips checkout our new travelers top tips article and our pre-flight tips article.

  • Check required VISA
  • Check passport - Make sure it is in date.
  • Arrive early at the airport
  • Check In online if possible
  • Pre-arrange all airport transfers
  • Currency exchange

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Guide to Venice, Italy

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Venice is the capital of Italy’s Venato region and its winding canals and handsome gothic architecture have cemented its place as one of the most visited cities in the world.

With so much to see and do, it’s hard to know where to start exploring. A free walking tour provide a great opportunity to get your bearings and tick off many top sites. The Basilica San Marco is well worth a visit and you can’t beat people watching in the Piazza San Marco. For a bird’s eye view of the city, head up the Campanile for superb views all the way out to the Dolomites.

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