You can also travel into England on the Eurostar train or a ferry.
Only consider flying around England if you’re pressed for time and want to get from one end of the country to the other. British Airways is the national carrier.
England’s train network isn’t as fast, cheap or efficient as in Europe but it is still quicker than driving and more convenient than flying — as long as you’re travelling between major transport hubs. See National Rail for timetable information and ticket prices.
A great way to explore England is by car. To drive in England you need a current driving licence. The AA has very useful information on distances and route-planning. Bring a map!