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Emirates Air Line cable car

Emirates Air Line cable car

Emirates Air Line cable car - London

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The Emirates Air Line is a cable car link across the River Thames in London, England, built by Doppelmayr with sponsorship from the airline Emirates. The service opened on 28 June 2012 and is operated by Transport for London. In addition to transport across the river, the service advertises "A unique view of London".
Enjoy amazing views and a unique ride across the river Thames on Emirates Air Line, the UK’s first urban cable car. Linking The O2 and ExCeL at Royal Victoria Dock, it’s a great way to explore the local area. Taking you 90 metres into the air you will experience spectacular views of London, from St Paul’s Cathedral to the west, to the Olympic Park and Thames Barrier in the east.
Private cabin hire is available for groups including cahmpagne sunset flights and bespoke arrangements can be accommodated.
How much is the Emirates cable car?
Book single tickets or a multi-journey boarding pass for 10 single trips on the Emirates Air Line for £17, or hire a private cabin for a round trip with up to 10 passengers.

Child ticket From £4.00 per ticket
Adult ticket From £8.00 per ticket

You can also enjoy a wide range of packages, including the Emirates Air Line Discovery Experience, which includes a non-stop round trip, onboard video tour, free entrance to the Emirates Aviation Experience and a souvenir guide.
How long does the Emirates cable car journey take?
The Emirates cable car journey times are adjusted according to passenger flow or weather conditions and range from five to around 13 minutes.
Where can I take the cable cars from/to?
You can either catch the Emirates Air Line cable cars from North Greenwich or board on the Royal Victoria side of the river (return flights are available).
What else can I do in the area?
Greenwich has centuries of history to explore, from royal heritage and attractions telling the story of astronomy and time, to world-class art and maritime marvels.
Go back in time at the Queen's House and Cutty Sark; refuel at Greenwich Market or nearby eateries; and get your fill of shopping at The O2.
What other attractions can I see in London?
Explore more of the capital with this list of top London attractions.
Assistance dogs welcome Disabled access

Booking & Payment Details
Credit cards accepted (no fee)

Children welcome

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Parking with charge

Smoking not allowed

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