Find flight duration times from Alabama to London Heathrow Airport, compare live flight prices and book your tickets.
There are a number of airports nearby that fly to London: Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport (BHM), Pensacola International Airport (PNS), Valparaiso Northwest Florida Regional Airport (VPS), Mobile Regional Airport (MOB) and Panama City International Airport (ECP).
London has 5 airports: London Heathrow Airport (LHR), London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick Airport (LGW), London Luton Airport (LTN) and London Stansted Airport (STN).
If you don't fancy flying from London there are a number of airports nearby that fly to Alabama: London Southend Airport (SEN), Southampton Airport (SOU), Cambridge Airport (CBG), Bournemouth Airport (BOH), Birmingham Airport (BHX), Bristol Airport (BRS) and East Midlands Airport (EMA).
On average, the flight time from Alabama to London Heathrow Airport is 8 hours 34 minutes. But remember, flight times can vary slightly depending on weather conditions, flight path and congestion in the air.
This means that your flight from Alabama to London Heathrow Airport could be longer or shorter than the average flight time.
The distance between Alabama and London Heathrow Airport is 4,366 miles or 7,027 km.
The shortest flight time from Alabama to London Heathrow Airport is 8 hours 34 minutes. However, flight times can vary depending on weather conditions, air congestion and flight path, so this time is never guaranteed.
The average flight time from Alabama to London Heathrow Airport is 8 hours 34 minutes. Check ticket prices and review carrier requirements carefully before booking your trip.
The time zone difference between Alabama and London is -6 hours.