Heathrow Airport guide
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Take note: the check-in desks are situated in different floor depending on which terminal you use. Terminal 1 – first floor | Terminal 2 – level 5 | Terminal 3 – ground floor | Terminal 4 – level 2 | Terminal 5 – level 3
How to get there
Heathrow is easily accessible by car. The airport is located 14 miles west of Central London from the M4 or M25. Terminals 1 to 3 can be accessed from junction 4 of the M4, and junction 14 of the M25 for terminal 4 and 5. You can check out which terminal you need by visiting Heathrow’s “Terminal Guide”.
Before setting off to the airport, it is vital to plan your route. Despite the fact, the airports are heavily signposted, it is important to know where you are heading to avoid confusion. For example, AA Route Planner is a good option.
Traveling around the terminals
Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are a short walk from each other, and terminal 4 and 5 are available to be accessed by free buses and trains. You should allow a minimum of 20 minutes if you need to travel to terminal 4 or 5.
Heathrow Express trains are free of charge for travel between Heathrow Central station (Terminals 2 & 3) and Terminal 5, with trains arriving every 15 minutes. Frequent London Underground trains also run between the terminals, although this is only free if you use a Transport for London Oyster card or a contactless payment card.