Getting to London Heathrow Airport couldn’t be simpler, no matter the mode of transport.
Heathrow Airport is only 24 kilometres away from central London, making it easily accessible for all.
For the quickest link between central London and Heathrow, there are two services to choose from.
The Heathrow Express is a 15-minute train journey and departs every 15 minutes. There’s also the Heathrow Connect which departs every 30 minutes and calls at local stations in west London, making the journey quick and convenient.
London’s Underground Piccadilly Line provides the most cost-effective rail route for those on a budget. The journey time is usually under an hour and stops off at each terminal.
Heading to terminal two or three by car? These are very close together at the centre of the airport site. Just exit the M4 or M25, then follow the signs. However, if you’ve got a sat-nav on hand, use postcode TW6 1EW for terminal two and TW6 1QG for terminal three.
Situated at the southern part of the airport with a separate entrance is terminal four. Use postcode TW6 3XA and you’ll arrive directly outside the terminal doors.
The route is well sign posted once you exit the M25 at junction 14, you can follow the signposts to your chosen car park. If you’re coming from the M4, leave junction 4b and head toward the M25 south.
Last but not least, you’ll find terminal five on the western perimeter road, this is its own access road, reached from junction 14 off the M25. Use postcode TW6 2GA.