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|Cheapest price||AED 1425||From Dubai to Coventry|
When looking at Manchester Airport (MAN), London Gatwick Airport (LGW), and Edinburgh Airport (EDI), the flight times from other parts of the UK to Coventry, UK can average anywhere from 1h-25h. The fastest one-stop flight and the shortest arrival time is through Manchester Airport at 2h 55m. Gatwick and Edinburgh airports quickest one-stop flights are around 3h 50m. However, some flights may have a longer stopover with a flight time to your destination that can be up to 33h.
You can catch a direct flight from the UK to Coventry through Manchester Airport (MAN), Gatwick Airport (LGW), Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Belfast International Airport (BFS), Heathrow Airport (LHR), and Glasgow Internation Airport (GLA). Flybe, National Express, and British Airways can fly you directly to the city without dealing with any stopovers along the way. The non-stop flights offer the fastest times to Coventry at around 1h-3h.
About 20 minutes, 17 km, from Birmingham Airport (BHX), there are many options for you to get to the city’s centre. England’s iconic black taxis are available and will get you to Coventry for a fare of around £26-£30. There are also Arrow Cars at BHX. The National Express Coach Bus X1 can get you to Coventry. Megabus is also located in the airport. You can take the free Air-Rail Link to the train station at Bus Stop D at the terminal. Renting a car is an option at the airport if you prefer to drive into the city with choices like Hertz, Budget, and Sixt. Ridesharing has become popular throughout the city as well with companies like Uber, BlaBlaCar, and Gett.
As one of the largest cities in England, Coventry offers a lot of things for visitors to do. The city has plenty of museums to explore, such as the Transport Museum, the Midland Air Museum, the Police Museum, and the 2-Tone Village. Another interesting place to visit is the Coventry Cathedral that has the remnants of what was left of the original cathedral that was destroyed during WWII. You can take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the city, as well as enjoy a live performance at one of the theatres. Take a stroll through War Memorial Park or Caludon Castle Park, which features the remains of the ancient castle. Groups and family fun can also be had throughout the city at places like Escape Live and Jam Jam Boomerang.
UK citizens and EU nationals flying within the UK and Northern Ireland do not need a passport, but having a photo ID like a driver’s license on hand is recommended during your travels because it may be requested. EU and UK citizens also can travel freely without a visa in the UK. Nationals of other countries will require a passport to fly around the UK, but they do not require a visa for a holiday stay of up to 90 days.