The Ultimate Heathrow Airport Guide

Heathrow is without a doubt one of the most famous airports in the world, and is one of the closest airports to Surrey, as well as Gatwick Airport. Heathrow is lucky enough to see over 67 million people through its doors every year, with 5 terminals, it can certainly accommodate for them all. Click here for car hire in London.

Travelling, parking and staying at Heathrow Airport

There are many ways of getting to the airport, including by bus, train, car and tube and has enough car parks to facilitate for all those that decide to park and stay at the airport whilst they’re away on their travels.

Flights from Heathrow

One of the most frequent flights leaving Heathrow is to Perth. The lifestyle, weather, natural experiences and beaches are just some of the many reasons why Brits are heading towards this city. Flights typically cost £650+ from Heathrow, so start planning your holiday today.

One thing to consider is your airport transfers once you land in Perth. This should be sorted and booked before heading out as you don’t want to be stuck in a city you don’t know. Airlink is one of Perth’s leading airport transfer companies offering a luxury chauffeur service to their clients. See their services.

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Driving to the airport is a much easier choice if you have a lot of luggage and are going on holiday with your children. You could have everything in place, all ready and waiting for you to arrive. See more information.

There is a choice between 4 types of car parking:

  • Long stay car parks (Two weeks or more)
  • Short stay car parks (Business visits & less than a week)
  • Meet & greet (Your car is ready at the pickup point on your return & is close to gates)
  • Valet parking (Your car will be ready on your return, but will be cleaned inside & out)

Heathrow Express, right at your terminal

The cheaper option is to travel by train using the Heathrow Express. This service is regular and departs from London Paddington Station every 15 minutes, stopping at all 5 terminals. In addition, Piccadilly tube line has direct links to Heathrow’s airport terminals. Check the timetable.

Heathrow Airport transfers from just £6.00

If you’re travelling to Heathrow from afar, there is always the option of jumping on the National Express which departs from hundreds of locations all the UK. There will be a service that stops off at your required terminal, making it easy for you to reach your destination without any hassle.

There is many different ways of getting to Heathrow, yet is all down to your person preference and your situation.