Located 40 miles from Central London is the country’s busiest and largest airport, the London Heathrow. The airport has five passenger terminals and each terminal has its own transfer depot. Trains, buses and taxis run between the airport and the city centre frequently on a daily basis. Public transport connects the airport to some of the major stations in Central London such the Victoria and Paddington. Like most London airport transfer services, coaches from Heathrow are more frequent during the day than at nights.
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Heathrow is one of the six international airports in London and is the largest and busiest airport in Europe handling 40% of the air traffic by itself. It consists of five terminals and one cargo terminal. London airport transfers are available at all terminals. This airport is located in the London Borough of Hillingdon and is about 15 miles from central London.
Passengers can choose from several options to travel between Heathrow and London such as, The National Express Coach Service, trains, Tube, buses and pre booked minicabs and taxis. The National express coach services are frequent and have a standard timetable. The bus stations, from which these services operate, are at a walkable distance from the terminal buildings. However passengers travelling in large groups with heavy luggage and small children find the distance and waiting times cumbersome.