Getting There

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Terminal 4 is not quite as well served by transport links as the rest of Heathrow, as you’ll find that for many bus and rail services you need to connect  via Heathrow Central station or the central bus station (in the main airport hub at terminals 1 and 2). That said, free shuttle transfer buses are easily available, and the airport as a whole is very well connected by various methods of transport. Heathrow’s location on the very edge of London does mean that journeys from the city centre can take time, depending on how you choose to travel. Traffic in the area is often heavy too, so allow time for delays if you choose to drive.

Those who are driving to Terminal 4 should see our airport parking pages, where we’ve included comprehensive information about all types of parking at Terminal 4, what it costs, and where it’s located. If you need to hire your vehicle, see our car hire page to find out details of the firms that serve Terminal 4.

Our airport taxi page is full of useful information about the types of taxi available to reach or leave Terminal 4, which include traditional London black cabs, a wide choice of minicab firms, transfer companies, and chauffeur services. We’ve sought out some local firms and provided their numbers and web links too.

The bus and coach page has information on the many local buses that serve Terminal 4 from both London and beyond, and the longer distance coach services which link it with towns and cities in England and Wales.

The train and tube page explains the different rail services that serve the terminal, including details of costs and the times that first and last trains leave for the terminal.

If you’re arriving at Terminal 4, and want information on how to transfer out of it, then you’ll need our airport transfers page.

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