Each of the six international airports in London serves to meet the varying needs of the constant passenger flow. Rated as 6th busiest airport in the world, Heathrow airport handles majority of the United Kingdom’s air traffic, with 80 airlines connecting 180 global locations for 72 million passenger and 1.4 million tonnes of cargo transport. All the 4 passenger terminals and the available facilities are considerately designed for business as well as family trips. There is also a provision for disabled travellers.
Gatwick airport is the most competent single runway airport that connects 200 destinations in over 90 countries, thereby being second largest international airport in London. It is with two terminals; North and South are also with varied choices of shops and restaurants.
Commuting between the two hubs involves a distance cover of approximately 38 miles. Both destinations are served by means of a rich public transit network. A journey by National Express on the motorway involves an approximate duration of 1 hour 20 minutes. However it might not be a preferred choice for journeys with additional luggage. For a train journey, you might require a change over from Central London and associated waiting at the queues.
Alternatively, you can book a taxi from Heathrow to Gatwick that allows luxury of door step pick up at an affordable cost of up to £68.00GBP by cash and £63.00GBP by card. Among the many benefits of choosing the service include £5.00GBP discount on online card booking, free flight monitoring, with freedom to schedule your pickup time after clearing necessary exit formalities. Drivers are easy to locate as they generally wait in the closest proximity soon after you have claimed your baggage holding a name board denoting your order confirmation. You are also entitled for an additional 30 minutes of waiting time at no extra cost.
You can also opt for a child seat at a very nominal cost. You can also request for an additional stop while booking the journey. Our drivers being familiar with majority of the routes, your journey will be completed with minimal detour.
London City Airport is one of the major international airports in London and is located in the London Borough of Newham. It is around 9 miles away from Central London. This airport has a single long runway and a main terminal with a wide range of facilities.
It is one of the busiest airports in the United Kingdom and serves better for both business travellers and leisure travellers. Self service kiosks for Air France, British Airways, Luxair, Lufthansa and Swiss European airlines are available inside the terminal. You can travel to and from London City Airport by trains, underground, DLR, coaches, buses and also by taxis.
Taxis are one of the best ways to reach London City airport in a hassle free manner. Most of the passengers who travel for business purposes prefer minicabs and taxis for a timely journey. It is advisable to pre book a taxi to avoid last moment tensions.