London Heathrow Airport
OverviewLondon Heathrow Airport is a train station located in London. Keep in mind that some larger cities can have more than one station.
Station / Airport guideLondon Heathrow Airport is the fifth airport in the world in terms of passenger traffic. You’ll find all the assistance you need to make your journey easier and enjoyable.
Transportation and connections
Travel easily to the South and West of England within less than 3 hours departing from Heathrow Central railway station:
Heathrow Central railway station – Bristol: 2h07
Heathrow Central railway station – Oxford: 1h21
Heathrow Central railway station – Portsmouth: 2h32
Heathrow Central railway station – Brighton: 2h
National Express operates high speed, commuter and regional train services to more than 500 destinations (South and West England) including Bath, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Birmingham, Oxford, London and Gatwick airport.
The underground Piccadily line allows you to easily reach St Pancras station for connections to the major European cities like Brussels, Paris and Lille using the Eurostar.
An extensive local bus network provides a low-cost route between Heathrow and several towns in west London.
- * Terminals 1 and 3 are within walking distance of each other, through underground walkways.
- * Transfer between Terminals 1, 3, 4 and 5 is free of charge with the Heathrow Express (travel time from 8 to 12 minutes).
- * For Terminal 4, there’s a free shuttle train from Heathrow Central.
Heathrow Central railway station is connected to Paddington Train Station, downtown London, by the Heathrow Express, with a travel time of only 15 minutes from terminals 1-3, and 23 minutes from terminal 4.
Heathrow Express trains stop at Heathrow Central (for Terminals 1 and 3) and Heathrow Terminal 5. Passengers travelling to Terminal 4 should change and catch the Heathrow Express shuttle at Heathrow Central.
Car rental counters are located in each Terminal of the airport.
London taxis stop at the taxi ranks outside all Heathrow terminals. The journey to central London usually takes between 30 minutes to one hour.