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Heathrow is the busiest airport in the UK and the third busiest airport in the world, in terms of total passenger traffic. Located to the west of London, the airport currently has four passenger terminals and is used by over 90 airlines to fly travellers to 170 destinations around the world.
Many people choose to spend the night before or after their flight in a nearby hotel, and there a number of hotels which are linked directly to each terminal. This can be extremely convenient, as it means that you can reach the terminal by foot. The luxurious Sofitel is linked to Heathrow’s Terminal 5, whilst Terminal 4 is linked to both a four-star Hilton hotel and the Japanese-inspired YOTEL, which has capsule-style cabin rooms. The Hotel Hoppa Bus runs between the airport and those hotels situated further from the terminals, such as the 4* Heathrow Holiday Inn, the Renaissance Hotel and the Sheraton Heathrow.
If you are travelling to the airport by public transport and do not need to check into a hotel, then there a number of ways in which you can travel directly to the terminals. Taking a mere 15 mins, the Heathrow Express is the fastest way to travel to Heathrow from central London. Non-stop trains run from Paddington every 15 minutes. Heathrow Connect trains also run from Paddington to Heathrow and take about thirty minutes in total after stopping at several stations in West London.
Alternatively, the Piccadilly Line of the London Underground (the Tube) also runs to all terminals, and is usually the least expensive mode of travel. National Express Coaches run from London’s Victoria coach station, although journey times can take up to eighty minutes.
Once you arrive at the airport, there are plenty of facilities for you to enjoy before you board your flight. With 85 shops, including two duty-free stores, you’re sure to be able to pick up any last minute items which you may wish to take with you. On the other hand, there is also a large selection of restaurants, cafés and bars available at each terminal, should you simply wish to relax before your flight. If you want a real taste of luxury, why not book some time in a lounge. If you’re thinking about parking at Heathrow airport, Parking4Less offers great rates. Special assistance is provided by Omniserv to those with disabilities throughout the airport, and all terminals offer a range of facilities for the hard of hearing, blind and partially sighted.
- Terminal 1
Air New Zealand
British Midland International
LOT Polish Airlines
South African Airways
Swiss International Air Lines
Virgin Atlantic Airways (begins 31 March 2013)
All Nippon Airways
Middle East Airlines
Pakistan International Airlines
Thai Airways International
Virgin Atlantic Airways
Aeroméxico (begins 15 December 2012)
Biman Bangladesh Airlines
China Eastern Airlines
China Southern Airlines
Delta Air Lines
Royal Air Maroc
Royal Brunei Airlines
- Terminal 5