The United Kingdom consists out of England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. England covers the largest area and has the highest population (55 million inhabitants). London is the main attraction of the country and has six airports: Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Stansted Airport, Luton Airport, Southend Airport and “business airport” London City Airport. Some of the European low-cost airlines have their headquarters located in the United Kingdom. Well known examples are easyJet, Flybe and Jet2. The island can be reached by road only through the Strait of Dover. However, there are many more options to reach the United Kingdom by plane. Useful information about the airports is available here.
Time zone: Western European Time +0
Currency: Pound sterling
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What are the busiest airports in United Kingdom?
|London Heathrow Airport||LHR||78,012,825|
|London Gatwick Airport||LGW||45,556,899|
|London Stansted Airport||STN||25,904,450|
|London Luton Airport||LTN||15,990,276|
|Belfast International Airport||BFS||5,836,735|
|East Midlands Airport||EMA||4,878,781|
|London City Airport||LCY||4,530,439|
|Leeds Bradford Airport||LBA||4,076,616|
|Belfast City Airport||BHD||2,559,846|
|London Southend Airport||SEN||1,092,391|
|Glasgow Prestwick Airport||PIK||696,309|