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Buses to
Heathrow Airport

Buses to London Heathrow Airport

London Heathrow Airport is Britain’s busiest airport, servicing approximately 75 million passengers every year. To save on costs, many choose to take the bus to get there. Coaches run to Heathrow Airport from many UK locations and Heathrow is also serviced by the London Bus Network.

National Express run a number of bus services from across the country, all which stop at Heathrow Central Bus Station between Terminals 2 and 3. Some coaches also depart from Terminals 4 and Terminals 5.

Read on to learn more about the different buses, including how frequently and what time buses run, and where they run from.

Travelling with Kids

Travelling with Kids

Play areas are found in each terminal, as well as baby changing facilities.

Contact Information

Contact Information

Customer relations: 0844 335 1801

Twitter Customer Help: @heathrowairport

Travelling with Animals

Travelling with Pets

Only Assistance Dogs are allowed inside the terminals.

WiFi

WiFi

Free WiFi is available in all terminals.

First Class

Business Lounges

There are 10 business lounges available across all terminals.

Lost Property

Lost Property

Please visit Heathrow Airport's website for more details.

Getting to London Heathrow Airport by bus

Using Trainline, you can book cheap bus tickets from major locations in the UK to London Heathrow Airport in just a few clicks. This will save you money on taxis and airport parking, meaning you’ll have more to spend on your holiday. We recommend that you book tickets well in advance to get the cheapest fares.

National Express also runs buses to London Heathrow Airport from many UK towns and cities including Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Exeter, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Southampton, Brighton, Coventry and Leicester. If you need to transfer between airports, National Express also run regular buses to London Heathrow from Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport.

National Express also runs buses to London Heathrow Airport from many UK towns and cities including Bristol, Cambridge, Cardiff, Exeter, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Southampton, Brighton, Coventry and Leicester. If you need to transfer between airports, National Express also run regular buses to London Heathrow from Gatwick Airport, Luton Airport and Stansted Airport.

London Red Telephone Box

Heathrow Airport Departure Board

Things to do in Heathrow Airport

Heathrow is both Britain’s busiest and largest airport, consisting of 4 terminals. Each of these has plenty of places to eat, drink and shop.

In all terminals, you’ll find stores like Harrods, Boots, WHSmith and Dixons Travel, alongside a duty-free selling confectionary, souvenirs, alcohol and more. Every terminal also has plenty of coffee shops (including Caffe Nero and Costa Coffee), eateries and bars.

You can find the check-in area for Terminal 2 on Level 5, for Terminal 3 on Level 1, for Terminal 4 on Level 2, and for Terminal 5 on Level 3. The departure gates are then either on the same floor or the floor below.

Looking for other ways to travel to Heathrow Airport? You can also take the train to Heathrow Airport.

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