Monday, 11 March 2013

Low Air fares to London-London Heathrow Airport (LHA)

Located 32km (20 miles) to the west of Central London, London Heathrow Airport (LHR) is one of the busiest and most sophisticated airports in the world. With 190,000 passengers arriving and departing each day, Heathrow processes international air traffic passengers more than any other airport in the world. Indeed, London Heathrow Airport handles flights from all the six continents of the globe on a 24-hour bases, every day.

The airport is spread across five terminals, each with shops, restaurants, currency exchange facilities, information counters, accommodation desks and Left luggage facilities. Heathrow's latest addition, Terminal 5, opened in 2008, as the airport's new long-haul base. Heathrow Terminal 5 is the largest freestanding building in the UK and is five times the size of Terminal 4.

Hotels: There is an impressive variety of hotels at Heathrow airport and its vicinity.

Hotel Hoppa is an expedient manner to travel between your hotel and Heathrow Terminals 1, 3, 4 and 5. Tickets are £4 each way for adults but free for children.

Hotel by Bus is a rapid shared ride service by coach, linking you to your hotel or other destinations in Central London. It serves all Heathrow terminals.

Heathrow Airport by Train
The Heathrow Express is the quickest way to travel to Central London. Trains depart every 15 minutes and the journey takes 15 minutes. Trains leave Heathrow Airport from approximately 5a.m. until 11.45p.m. Standard adult fares are £20 for a single ticket purchased online or at a ticket office/machine (or £25 when purchased onboard).

Heathrow Connect services run from London Paddington station, calling at Ealing Broadway, West Ealing, Hanwell, Southall, Hayes & Harlington and Heathrow Central (Terminals 1 and 3). For Terminals 4 and 5, there's a free Heathrow Express transfer service from Heathrow Central. Heathrow Connect journey duration is about 25 minutes from Paddington to Heathrow Central and adult single tickets cost £9.50. 


Heathrow Airport by Tube

The Piccadilly line connects Heathrow Airport to Central London and the rest of the Tube system. The Tube is cheaper than the Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect but it takes a lot longer and is less comfortable. Tube services leave Heathrow every few minutes from approximately 5.10am (5.50a.m. Sundays) to 11.45pm (11.30p.m. Sundays).
Journey time to Piccadilly Circus is about 50 minutes. There are three Tube stations at Heathrow Airport, serving Terminals 1-3, Terminal 4 and Terminal 5. A single paper ticket from Heathrow (Zone 6) into Central London (Zone 1) costs £5.50. If you're going to be using London's public transport system, it's worth buying an Oyster card. Visit the transport for London website. 


Heathrow Airport by Coach

National Express runs frequent coach services between Heathrow's Central Bus Station and Victoria Coach Station. The journey takes between 40 minutes on certain routes and more on others. Some services stop en route in Hammersmith or Earl's Court. Standard single tickets cost £6. Services from Heathrow commence at 5.35a.m. and run until 9.40p.m.

Heathrow Airport By Bus

Between approximately 11.30p.m. and 5a.m. (depending on the day of the week), the N9 night bus runs about every 20 minutes to Central London (Trafalgar Square). Journey time is approximately 76 minutes. For more information, visit the Transport for London Website. Standard bus fares apply (£1.40 Oyster/ £2.40 cash) and Travelcards are accepted.

Heathrow Airport By Taxi

There are usually taxis queuing for customers at London's airports. Only use a black cab or reputable minicab and never use unauthorised drivers. Ask the driver or minicab company how much your journey will cost beforehand. A metered trip in a black cab to/from Central London generally costs from £50 to £80 and takes 30 minutes to one hour. All Heathrow Terminals have an approved taxi desk and authorised taxi rank.

Accessible Transport

Dedicated Heathrow Airport staff can provide assistance to passengers with special needs. Heathrow Express trains have areas for passengers using wheelchairs and exiting at Paddington station is straightforward. On the Tube, disabled travellers should be aware that a significant number of stations are not equipped with lifts. Nearly all London bus services are equipped for wheelchair users. 
Are you considering visiting London and the U.K.? Then contact the London official visitor agency-Visit London and Partners at: 08701 566 366     

You can also contact the City of London Information Centre: Opposite St Paul's Cathedral:
City of London, Guildhall, PO Box 270, London, EC2P 2EJ
Telephone: 020 7606 3030

They can offer you credible, pursuable and realistic information and advice on the following fronts: Cheap flights to London, hotels in London, cheap hotels in London, boutique hotels in London, bed and breakfast in London, guest houses in London, holiday apartments in London, timeshare accommodation in London, youth hostels in London, transportation in London, bus tours in London, river tours in London, coach tours of the U.K., entertainment in London, tourist attractions in London etc.


  1. Thanks for the sharing information. This information is very help full for me.
    London Heathrow Airport Transfer

  2. London Heathrow is the 3rd busiest airport in the world having too much air traffic i have experience of taking cheap flights to Pakistan from Heathrow and i love the facilities available in airport.

    1. Yes you are right. Heathrow is an epitome of excellence. Enjoy your air mobility always.