London Heathrow Airport
Fly to London Heathrow Airport with British Airways in 1 hour 40 minutes.
The Piccadilly line connects London Heathrow Airport to central London. This service departs Heathrow station every few minutes, with journey times of approx. 50 minutes. There are three tube stations located at the airport. These can be found in terminals 2-5.
The Heathrow Express is the quickest route between Heathrow Central and London Paddington.
With train services operating at regular intervals, journey times are approximately 15 minutes. Tickets for this service are available online or via the Heathrow Express app. You can also buy tickets from the terminal stations. Visit the Heathrow Express website for guidance on ticket costs and booking.
Oyster cards can also be used to buy rail travel. To buy an Oyster card, visit the Transport for London website.
The Heathrow Express train stops at Heathrow terminals 2, 3 and 5. For terminal 4, passengers can access a free transfer train from Heathrow Central.
Heathrow's national coach network provides direct services to many UK towns and cities.
A number of local bus providers operate between Heathrow and the Greater London area. For further information on these different services, visit Heathrow’s travel planning page. Here you can find maps, timetables and links to all services provided.
RailAir services operate from Heathrow to Reading, Woking, and Guildford.
The Airline services are managed by the Oxford Bus Company. These services connect Oxford and Heathrow day and night.
For travellers staying in the Heathrow area, why not use the Hotel Hoppa service? Tickets for this service can be bought from the driver. Travellers can also book online at the Hotel Hoppa website and on the app.
Heathrow Airport has its own onsite and fully licensed taxi and private hire service. Taxis can be booked online or by telephone with the guarantee of fixed rates for its customers. For more information, visit a WeKnow customer desk located in all arrival terminals. You can also visit the WeKnow website for booking and fare guidance.
London Black Taxi services are also available at the ranks outside terminal buildings. Drivers are all fully licensed and provide wheelchair access. Booking is not required for these services and fares may vary. For more information ahead of your arrival, visit the Transport for London website.