London City Airport (LCY)
Driving Directions / Travel by Car
(London, England, UK)
London City Airport (LCY) is located just 10 km / 6 miles from the city centre and is easily accessible by a number of major motorways, including the M25 (London Orbital), M1, M40, M4, M3, M23 and the M20. Located on the eastern side of London, City Airport is close to the River Thames, the Royal Albert Dock, and both the A117 and the A1020.
Also nearby are the suburbs of Poplar to the west, East Ham and Barking to the north, Dagenham to the north-east, and Greenwich to the south-west, across the river.
Directions to London City Airport (LCY) from the north of the city:
Directions to London City Airport (LCY) from the south of the city:
- The M1, A1 and M11 motorways approach the airport from the north
- Take the M25 east and exit onto the M11 south at Junction 27
- Merge with the A406, A13 and A112, which will lead you to the airport
Directions to London City Airport (LCY) from the east of the city:
- The M23 provides access from the south onto the M25 ring road
- Head anti-clockwise on the M25 and exit onto the A2 west at Junction 2 of the M25
- Take the A220, A207 and A205 from Crayford to the Woolwich free ferry
- Take the A1011 direct to the airport after the ferry crossing
Directions to London City Airport (LCY) from the west of the city:
- The A13 runs directly to the centre of London from the east
- Head south on the A112 and Hartman road to the airport
- The M4 comes into London from the west and merges with the A4 to Mayfair
- Take the A302, 3211 and the A13 to Canning Town Station, from where the A1011 runs to London City Airport (LCY)
All roads into London become congested at some time of the day, particularly the M25 London Orbital during the morning and afternoon rush hours. Allow plenty of time if you have to use the M25 for getting to London City Airport during these times.
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