Cambridge International Airport (formerly known as Marshall Airport Cambridge UK), a regional airport, is situated in the county of Cambridgeshire, England. It is about 2.8 km away from the heart of the city and 80 km from the nation’s capital of London. However, the airport is available only for corporate and private usage. The nearest public airport is London’s Heathrow Airport, which has several flights connecting Oxford to various domestic as well as international locations such as India, Dubai, and Japan. The London Luton Airport is also connected to a myriad of international and domestic destinations by a number of airlines such as Adria Airways, Blue Air, easyJet, Thomas Cook Airlines, Monarch Airlines and Thomson Airways.
Buses serve to be the cheapest mode of transport for reaching Cambridge and are available from all nearby cities. It will take about 2 hours to travel the 62.7 miles distance from London to Cambridge via M 11 highway. The coaches are quite large and comfortable, and you can sit and even recline and relax while enjoying the scenic beauty pass by.
Journey Suggestion: Thanks to the excellent conditions of the roads, you will have a comfortable bus journey to Oxford. However, while travelling from London to Cambridge, the expected ride time may increase due to traffic congestion on roads.
Cambridge Railway Station, located towards the end of Station Road, is the busiest in the eastern part of England. Many routes such as West Anglia Main Line to London Liverpool Street, Fen Lyn to King’s Line and Breckland Line to Norwich initiate at this station. The station is well connected to several other cities such as Colchester, Mildenhall and Kettering.