There are 3 ways to get from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton by train, car or towncar
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Take the train from Southend Airport to Stratford (London)
Take the train from London Waterloo to Upper Halliford
2 alternative options
Drive from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton
Take a town car from Southend Airport to Charlton
Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton by train and subway
The journey time between Southend Airport (SEN) and Charlton is around 2h 16m and covers a distance of around 64 miles. This includes an average layover time of around 23 min. The fastest journey normally takes 1h 57m. Operated by Greater Anglia, London Underground (Tube) and South Western Railway, the Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton service departs from Southend Airport and arrives in Upper Halliford. Typically 274 services run weekly, although weekend and holiday schedules can vary so check in advance.
Average journey times
First and last service
The schedules shown below are for the next available departures.
Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton train and subway schedules
Questions & Answers
The cheapest way to get from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton is to drive which costs £12 - £18 and takes 1h 24m.
The fastest way to get from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton is to drive. Taking this option will cost £12 - £18 and takes 1h 24m.
No, there is no direct train from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton. However, there are services departing from Southend Airport and arriving at Upper Halliford via Stratford station and London Waterloo. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 2h 14m.
The distance between Southend Airport (SEN) and Charlton is 51 miles. The road distance is 77.3 miles.
The best way to get from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton without a car is to train which takes 2h 14m and costs £25 - £45.
It takes approximately 2h 14m to get from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton, including transfers.
Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton train services, operated by Greater Anglia, depart from Southend Airport station.
Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton train services, operated by South Western Railway, arrive at Upper Halliford station.
Yes, the driving distance between Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton is 77 miles. It takes approximately 1h 24m to drive from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton.
There are 2628+ hotels available in Charlton. Prices start at £75 per night.
What companies run services between Southend Airport (SEN), England and Charlton, Surrey, England?
You can take a train from Southend Airport (SEN) to Charlton via Stratford (London), Stratford station, Waterloo station, and London Waterloo in around 2h 14m.
Train from Southend Airport to Stratford (London)
Train from London Waterloo to Upper Halliford
- Ave. Duration
- 48 min
- Estimated price
- £8 - £18
- Schedules at
- Anytime Day
- £8 - £11
- Anytime Day 1st Class
- £14 - £18
- Ave. Duration
- 1h 24m
- On demand
Towncar from Southend Airport to Charlton
- Estimated price
- £30 - £120
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