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Heathrow

Heathrow Airport  is a major international airport in west London, England, UK. Heathrow is the busiest airport in the United Kingdom, busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and sixth busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic. In 2014, it handled a record 73.4 million passengers, a 1.4 percent increase from 2013.

 

Ridesmiths provide constant cars between Heathrow Airport and London. For more information please see the links below

 

Heathrow Airport Flight Info

 

Terminal 1 

Heathrow Terminal 1 was one of five airport terminals at Heathrow Airport, serving the capital city of London. Terminal 1 closed on 29 June 2015. Prior to its closure, it was only occupied by Oneworld member British Airwayswhich operated just 20 daily flights to 9 destinations. Its demolition enabled construction of the second phase of Terminal 2.

 

Terminal 2

Heathrow Terminal 2, also known as The Queen's Terminal, is an airport terminal at Heathrow Airport, the main airport serving London, United Kingdom. The new development was originally named Heathrow East Terminal, and occupies the sites where the previous Terminal 2 and the Queen's Building stood. It was designed by Luis Vidal + Architects and opened on 4 June 2014. The original Terminal 2 opened in 1955 as the Europa Building and was the airport's oldest terminal.

Terminal 1 closed to passengers on 30 June 2015, although as Terminal 1's baggage system is used by Terminal 2, part of it will remain operational. Terminal 1 is due to be demolished, allowing for Terminal 2 to be extended at an as yet undisclosed date. Terminal 3 is also planned to be demolished by 2019, enabling a further extension of Terminal 2.

 

Terminal 3

Heathrow Terminal 3 is an airport terminal at Heathrow Airport, serving London, the capital city of the United Kingdom. Terminal 3 is currently used by Oneworld members and a few other non-affiliated airlines. It is also the hub for Virgin Atlantic's long-haul operations.

 

Terminal 4

Heathrow Terminal 4 is an airport terminal at Heathrow Airport, serving the British capital city of London and situated to the south of the southern runway, next to the cargo terminal. It is connected to Heathrow Terminals 2 and 3 by the vehicular Heathrow Cargo Tunnel, and by rail with the Heathrow Terminal 4 tube station and Heathrow Terminal 4 railway station.

Built at a cost of £200 million, Terminal 4 was opened by the Prince and Princess of Wales on 1 April 1986. Until 2008 it was used mainly by British Airways. It became the Heathrow base for airlines of the SkyTeam airline alliance after British Airways vacated Terminal 4 on 29 October 2009 and moved to Terminal 5.

 

Terminal 5

Heathrow Terminal 5 is an airport terminal at Heathrow Airport, serving the UK city of London. Opened in 2008, the main building in the complex is the largest free-standing structure in the United Kingdom. Terminal 5 is currently used exclusively as one of the three global hubs of International Airlines Group, served by British Airways and Iberia, with the others being London Gatwick North and Madrid Barajas Terminal 4. Prior to 2012, the terminal was used solely by British Airways.

 

Areas That Ridesmiths Service To and From Heathrow Airport

Richmond | St Margarets | Twickenham | Wimbledon | Hampton | Sunbury  

Teddington | Kingston | Chiswick | Isleworth | Barnes | Sheen | 

Mortlake | Putney | Roehampton | Fulham | Hammersmith | 

Strawberry Hill | Surbiton | Putney Vale 

 

Ridemiths provide minicab and taxi services to Heathrow Airport, for more in please contact the team at Ridesmiths