The Heathrow Express is a non-stop train service that offers the fastest travel option between Heathrow Airport and central London. Services run every 15 minutes and the journey time is just 15 minutes; 7/8 minutes more to and from Terminal 4.
A standard single fare is ￡14.50 and a standard return is ￡27. For details of special offers and to pre-book tickets visit the Heathrow Express website.
From Paddington you can catch trains to the west and south west of England. Paddington is located on the District, Circle, Bakerloo and Hammersmith & City lines of the London Underground network.
For further information on fares and timetables and to book tickets visit www.heathrowexpress.com or ring 0845 600 1515 (UK only).
The new stopping service between London Paddington and Heathrow Airport calls at Ealing Broadway, WestEaling, Hanwell, Southall and Hayes & Harlington. Running every 30 minutes, the new trains will take you in conmfort from any of theses stations straight to the heart of Heathrow Airport.
Terminal 4 passengers should transfer using the free Heathrow Express service.
Single fares between Heathrow Airport and the following stations are as follows:
Hayes & Harlington: ￡6.00
West Ealing: ￡8.40
Ealing Broadway: ￡8.90
London Paddington: ￡9.50
For further information on specific fares between alternative stations, please ask at your local ticket office or call National Rail Enquiries on 0845 748 4950.
First train service (Weekday Service)
Departs 04:42 and then 08 and 38 past the hour
Last train service 23.08
From Heathrow Terminal 1,2 and 3
First train service (Weekday Service): Departs 05:36 and then 06 and 36 past the hour
Last train service 00.06
For full train services and information call 0845 678 6975 or visit www.heathrowconnect.com
A penalty fares system is in operation on this route between London Paddington and Hayes & Harlington. Please ensure you purchase your ticket prior to boarding the train.
London Underground"s Piccadilly line provides you with a quick, cost-effective route to the airport from the capital. There is one station (Heathrow Terminals 1, 2, 3; in fare zone 6) serving the central terminal area. Journey time is under an hour and you shouldn"t have to wait longer than ten minutes for a train - even off-peak. Purchase a Travelcard and you"re covered for buses and some trains too.Underground walkways link the Heathrow tube station with the terminals.
Tickets are available at London Underground stations; from ticket offices or machines.
Note - due to work on extending the Piccadilly line, there is no underground service to Terminal 4 until September 2006. Passengers travelling to and from Terminal 4 can use the replacement bus service between Hatton Cross underground station and Terminal 4.
The first train to central London leaves Heathrow central station (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) at 05:13 (05:57 on Sundays) and the last train leaves Heathrow central station (Terminals 1,2 and 3) at 23:49 (23:30 on Sundays).
The first train from central London arrives at Heathrow central station (Terminals 1, 2 and 3) at 06:32 (07:51 on Sundays) and the last train from central London to Heathrow central leaves Piccadilly Circus at 00:32 (23:38 on Sundays) arriving at Heathrow central at 01:18 (00:25 on Sundays).
These times are subject to change - it is advisable to check with London Underground travel information (number below) before travelling.
During the night the night bus N9 connects Heathrow with central London. The service runs every 30 minutes and operates from the central bus station.
For London Underground travel information please call +44 (0)20 7222 1234 or visit http://www.heathrowairport.com/click/www.thetube.com (link will launch a new window)