Heathrow Airport is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom with more than 75 million passengers annually travelling to over 194 destinations across the globe. Heathrow Airport currently has 2 runways and 4 terminal buildings covering an area or 1227 hectares. It is currently undergoing major construction to bring it inline with planned expansion of the airport.
The airport originally had 5 terminals 1,2,3,4 and 5. Heathrow terminal 1 closed in the summer of 2015 for redevelopment and currently terminals 2,3,4 and five are fully operational. They are close to each other with an inter-terminal shuttle running every few minutes. Restaurants and shops are present at all terminals for the benefit of the travellers along with facilities like play areas, feeding and changing area, business traveller lounges and Wi-Fi connectivity all designed to enhance the travel experience at Heathrow Airport.
Whether it's a layover between flights or you need to catch a connecting flight at another London airport, or you have to go to other locations such as seaports, hotels, restaurants, tourist attractions or in fact anywhere in the United Kingdom for that matter, can make use of the rail, bus, coach, taxi or private hire minicabs connections to reach your destination.
The airport is well connected by road with the M4, M25 and the A4. The National Express coach service operates at regular intervals, tickets can be purchased at the ticket desk in all terminals with vehicles are wheelchair accessible. Oyster cards are a smart card that enables you to travel on tube, tram, bus, London over ground, rail and River Bus. Oyster Cards may not be relevant if your stay in London is very short. All fares are subject to change according to time of the day, direction of travel and day of the week.
Travellers flying from Heathrow Airport can also make use of their own cars and park at Terminal Car Parks on site for a fee. Trains are also accessible, the Heathrow Express connects with Central London at Paddington and or the entire London Tube Network.
Heathrow Airport taxi and minicab transfers are available 24 hours a day 365 days a year and can help you get to where you are going, anywhere in London or the home counties. Reserving a private taxi or minicab allows access to added comfort after a long flight and also removes excess waiting time when catching coaches or trains.
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Drivers meet passengers with a name board at the Arrivals area. A committed team of agents monitor all flights which leads to reduced waiting time and of course we offer very economical fares.
Use our Airport taxi transfer service to go to Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted and London City airport. Book online at Totally Driven to hire private taxis or minicab transfers if you need to get to Heathrow Airport.
Travelling in a large group, or have children to consider Airport taxi transfers make sense. Child/infant seats can be requested, and are subject to availability on the date and time of travel.
Getting transfers from Heathrow Airport to other airports can be done by using public transportation or by using private hire taxis and minicabs. When you travel between airports keep in mind the time required for formalities at the airport, passport control, baggage check-in or reclaim, waiting for buses or trains, and airport security. Using Heathrow Airport taxi transfers can be prudent and does allow you to avoid the hustle and bustle of travelling by bus or train.
Heathrow to Gatwick by road can take about 75 minutes.
Heathrow to Stansted Airport approximately takes one and half hours via M25 with both airports at the opposite sides of London.
Heathrow to London City Airport is at about 30 miles and London City Airport is the closest to Central London at about 9 miles, it is well connected to the city and the rest of London.
Harwich is a popular and major location for cruise ships located just north east of London and approximately 110 miles from Heathrow Airport a transfer to the seaport with Airport Taxi Transfers can be a smooth experience with seamless travel.
Southampton is another major seaport facing France just across the English Channel. The distance between Heathrow Airport and Southampton is around 70 miles via the M3. Taxi transfers are always prefered, not only are they cost effective and economical but also avoid overcrowded trains or coaches.
There are many top hotels within the vicinity of the airport. These are well connected to airport and all terminals. Want to have a laid-back stay before you travel again. Free Airport shuttles are available at most of the hotels that are located within the vicinity of Heathrow airport.
Want a quick bite between flights or to have a sit down meal after a long flight, try the restaurants in the airport complex or venture out to unwind and experience the neighbouring areas lots and lots of variety in both taste and cusine.
You can visit the neighbouring areas of attractions if you have enough time between flights. Bear in mind that to visit and enjoy these places leisurely you need enough time to travel to and from. Heathrow Airport taxi service can come in handy to enjoy a quick visit in comfort. Windsor Castle is just around the corner so to speak and there are a fair few them parks, Legoland, Thorpe Park and chessington World of Adventures to name a few.
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