Heathrow airport is the international airport in London, United Kingdom. It is the busiest airport in Europe and the seventh busiest in the world based on the total number of passengers travelling through this airport. It swashes 81 airlines and has 204 terminals in 80 countries. Also, it is the hub for one of the world’s biggest airlines-British Airways.

London Heathrow is easily approachable from London and from all over the United Kingdom utilizing both, public and private transport system. So, there are plenty of options you can choose to reach Heathrow as quickly as possible. Here are mentioned some of these options

Heathrow by London Tubes

The Piccadilly line of the London Underground is the best pocket-friendly route to Heathrow. There are three stations of the London Underground at Heathrow airport. One for terminal 2 and 3, one for terminal 4 and one for terminal 5. It takes less than an hour to reach Heathrow by tubes and you don’t have to wait for tubes for more than five minutes during peak times and nine minutes even off-peak. So, tubes are a great option to reach the airport at the low cast.

 Heathrow by Coach Services

There are many coach services which connect more than five hundred locations to and from Heathrow such as National Express, Oxford Bus, Mega Bus etc. The central bus station is located between terminals 2 and 3 and remain open twenty-four hours a day and seven days a week. If you want to save some money, always try booking in advance so you can enjoy the discounts they might have offered.

Heathrow by Trains

The train is a much faster transport service as compared to tubes and coaches. If you have a domestic or international flight via Heathrow, the train is a quicker service to reach the Heathrow. And, among the train services Heathrow Express is the best one, It takes only fifteen minutes between the airport’s terminal 2 & 3 and central London and about five more minutes from terminal 5.

Heathrow by Taxi

Taxi services are very important for their transportation services to and from Heathrow. There are almost six hundred taxi services which help you move to and from Heathrow. These are usually present in areas surrounding the airport. Many of them are serving only airport services and provide great rates. All you have to do is to just go online, find the nearby taxi service which is offering a discount. So, you can enjoy the luxurious ride in the taxi of your own choice in the small fare.

Heathrow by Car

If you own a car, there is no need to hire a taxi because London Heathrow offers many cheap airport parking options. So, you can choose the one that suits your pocket. This option is best if you are staying near the airport. 

Getting to London Heathrow is not difficult. There are many services which shoot you to Heathrow as described above so choose whichever floats your boat.

 

Original Post

I just noticed this morning in TravelGumbo News that Heathrow Express is cutting its fares because of competiton with train service that wasn't mentioned here. That's what used to be called Heathrow Connect, and is now called TfL Rail, and will soon be called the Elizabeth Line. It's only 15 minutes slower than the Express, and the price is the same as the Tube.

Both of those go only to Paddington Station in London, way in the West End, but once TfL Rail is connected to the new Crossrail project and becomes Elizabeth, it will have the advantage of continuing past Paddington to other stations in central and eastern parts of London without changing trains at Paddington.

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