Heathrow is London’s largest and most advanced airport. It is in fact Europe’s busiest airport by means of passenger traffic. Millions of passengers travel to London every year through Heathrow. It is located at the London Borough of Hillingdon and is 15 miles away from Central London. The airport is operated by Heathrow Airport Holdings and is made of 5 terminals. All terminals provide access to licensed taxi services. The top reasons for choosing taxis over public transport are listed below.
Heathrow to Gatwick
To travel from Heathrow to Gatwick passengers can avail the following modes of public transport – The National Express Coach Service, the train, the London Tube, buses, pre booked minicabs and taxis. Buses and coaches can be availed at a walk able distance from the airport. There are no direct rail links between the two airports. The distance between Heathrow and Gatwick is a 45 mile journey. Most passengers find the distance and waiting times cumbersome because of heavy baggage. The easiest and fastest way to reach Gatwick airport from Heathrow is by using licensed taxis and minicabs which specialize in airport transfers.