Flights from London to Goa

You can fly to Goa from London Heathrow with some British and several foreign airlines. Various options are available: regular direct flights, indirect flights, charter flights.

Direct Flights

There is only one airline that has direct flights from London to Goa International Airport.

Monarch – is a British airline based at Luton that has seasonal direct flights to Goa from Gatwick International

Connecting Flights

There are numerous connecting flights with highclass and comfartable airlines such as Britsh Airways, Emirates, Qatar and Air India.

British Airways – Britains largest airlines have numerous daily flights via Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore to

Emirates – airline of the United Arab Emirates, based in Dubai. From Heathrow or Gatwick to Goa every day with always one stop in Dubai and then via Bengaluru — Rajiv Gandhi Airport (HYD) - Chhatrapati Shivaji (BOM) to Goa International

Qatar Airlines – flies to relatively reasonable prices from Heathrow to Goa International Airport via Doha,

Air India – the largest Indian airline flies daily over multiple cities including New Delhi and Mumbai to

Seasonal Flights (November — May)

Jet Airways – is India's largest private airline with its headquarters in Mumbai. London flights to Goa with Jet Airways therefore have one stop in

Monarch – is a British airline based at Luton that has seasonal direct flights to Goa from Gatwick International

Charter Flights from the UK to Goa

Thomas Cook Airlines – is a British charter airline based in Manchester, England. It serves Goa International Airport from its main bases in Manchester and Gatwick. The airline also operates services from nine other bases in the United

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