Cheap Flights to Chennai


Crystal Travel makes your hunt for cheap flights to Chennai from London reliable, easy and quick. With us, you are a few clicks away from booking your desired flights to Chennai. Plan a vacation to the beautiful city, as we take care of your all flight booking needs. Once you land on our website you can choose from an array of top airlines offering the budget flight to Chennai. Compare the fares of different airlines and choose the best that suits your budget. We give you the best and lowest fares available in the market.


Our easy to use website coupled with flight booking search engine lends you great user experience. All you have to do is enter the travel dates and departure point. By entering the exact details you can get the best rates and airlines within seconds. We endeavour to make the travelling process hassle free and quick. With us, you can book a hotel along with air tickets. If you are craving for an adventure than low-cost flights to Chennai is all that you need. No matter what is your budget we have the flight for everyone. Gear yourself for an amazing Chennai adventure.



Things You Should Know


  • The aerial distance from London to Chennai is 5,099 miles.
  • There are more than 28 non-stop flights from London to Chennai in a week.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Chennai Qatar Airways, Emirates, Lufthansa, KLM and Gulf Air.
  • Airport codes flights from London to Chennai: London – LON / Chennai - MAA.
  • Estimated flying time from London to Chennai is 10 hours.



Book Cheap Flight Tickets to Chennai


With cheap airfares from Crystal Travel, now it is easy to fly Chennai. Gear yourself to unwind the picturesque city and venture into the adventure. Browse through the deals available on our website and find the cheap Chennai flight that suits your needs. The best way to explore Chennai is by availing low-cost tickets to Chennai. With us, you can avail flight as per your choice and budget.


From London, the best-rated airlines are Qatar Airways, Emirates, KLM, Gulf Air and Etihad Airways. Whether business escape or holiday travel we have the cheap London to Chennai flight tickets available. To make your travel memorable we offer you all the details regarding the destination. For last minute cheap London to Chennai flight tickets, we have the deals that is hard to miss.



About Chennai


Chennai the beautiful coastal city and the capital of Tamil Nadu. It is a historic city erstwhile known as Madras during the British era. Once a small village, the modern day city was founded by the Britishers in 1639. The city a cultural hub is cherished for its architectural marvel temples, music, crafts, classical dance and artistic fabric. Majority of the ancient temples reflects the rich Dravidian heritage. The most notable temple in the city is Kapaleeswarar temple. The temple features intricate architecture along with mesmerizing artefacts. For those looking to explore the magnificent city, they can go for cheap flights to Chennai.


Apart from its culture, Chennai is also known for its beaches and outdoor scenery. Marina Beach is the apex tourist destination in the city. The beach is fabulous for walking and enjoying the delicious seafood easily available at the various food stalls.  The city with its extensive and well-developed road system along with private cars and a local train is a convenient way to explore the capital. The town attracts travellers from across the globe and the best way to travel is by booking cheap flights from London to Chennai.



Best Time to Visit Chennai


If you are looking for cheap air tickets to Chennai then April to June is the best time to avail them. But, during these months the temperature is also hot shooting up to 40 degree Celsius. In the evening the temperature cools down dropping to mid-20s. Monsoon season starts from June to September and again from October to December. The popular month to visit is from January to March. During this month tourists throng Chennai in droves to explore the city.


High Season: July is the most popular time to fly.


Low Season: September is the best time to beat the crowds.



Best Places to Visit in Chennai


Mylapore: Mylapore, Chennai’s historic neighbourhood also known as the soul of the city. The site peppered with ancient temples and colonel era edifices are a charm to explore. The most famous temple in the area is the 17th-century Kapaleeshwarar Temple dedicated to Lord Shiva.


Fort Saint George: The British era Fort Saint George today is the standing legacy of the colonial era. In the modern day, the building is home to the Tamil Nadu's Legislative Assembly and Secretariat. Apart, the building also has Saint Mary’s Church and Fort Museum. The Fort is open daily except for Friday from 9 am to 5 pm.


Madras High Court: The Madras high court building is yet another colonial-era structure located closed to the Fort Saint George. Built in 1892, the building features red Indo-Saracenic architecture, a perfect place to enjoy the day.


Marina Beach: If you are looking for an unending fun along the seashores than head to Marina beach. It is one of the longest beaches in India stretching up to 13km, starting from Fort Saint George. The beach peppered with several statues and edifices and one of the most popular hangout spots in the city.


Cholamandal Artists’ Village: Cholamandal Artists' village is the largest artist community village in India, set up in 1966. The village is located in Injambakkam village, Chennai suburbs. The place is great for art lover exploring an astonishing assortment of paintings, artistic work and sculptures.


Vivekananda House: Vivekananda House located opposite to Marine Beach in Triplicane. The house dedicated to the legendary spiritual teach Swami Vivekananda. The house also has a meditation place on the second floor. Excluding Monday, the house is opened daily from 10.00 am to 12.30 pm and again 3.00 pm to 7.15pm.


George Town Market: The George Town Market area is a great place to explore the vibrant place filled with colourful flower and vegetable shops and spices. During the British colonial era, the place was known as Black Town. The area began to establish during the 1640s when locals started settling, who came to Madras to serve the Britishers in Fort George Town.



Airports Serving London and Chennai


London: London is served by six airports: London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick (LGW), London Heathrow (LHR), London Luton (LTN), London Stansted (STN) and Southend (SEN). Some airports are in proximity compare to others. Every London airport is served by at least two public transport. You could choose from the wide range of transport that suits best to you. If you are looking for an affordable transport network than National Express coach service available from Luton Airport, Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport and Stansted Airport. You can also take a Tube and DLR from Heathrow Airport and London City Airport. From Gatwick Airport, Heathrow Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport you can also board mainline train service. Taxi services are available from all five airports, but it could cost you more.


Chennai: Chennai International Airport is located 7 km away from South Chennai at Tirusulam. The airport has two terminals and is also one of the busiest after Delhi and Mumbai. The Anna Terminal serves to all major international flights connecting to Europe, North America, Sri Lanka, Middle East and South East Asia. The Kamraj terminal is where all the domestic flights land. Taxis, buses and rental cars are available from outside the airport to reach the main city.


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