Buses and coaches to and from Heathrow
Heathrow Bus Station temporary closure - 14 to 27 September
Due to replacement work of the Central Bus Station roof, some services will be temporarily relocated between 14 and 27 September. These are as follows:
- easyBus: services will relocate to Terminal 3 Departures forecourt - lane 4
- National Express: all services will relocate to Terminal 3 Arrivals Coach Park.
- Oxford Airline: services will relocate to Terminal 3 Departures forecourt - lane 4
- Reading Railair: services will relocate to Terminal 3 Departures forecourt - lane 4
- Woking Routes 701 and 702: services will relocate to terminal 5
The following services are unaffected:
- Transport for London and local buses
- London Underground services
Services will resume from their normal location on Monday 28 September.
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Frequent buses and coaches link Heathrow with destinations across Britain.
National Express and other operators run services from Heathrow to more than 500 destinations.
An extensive bus network operates around Heathrow and to destinations in west London and the Thames Valley.
Buses to rail stations
Luxury coaches and buses connect Heathrow with the national rail network at Feltham, Watford, Woking and Reading.
Direct bus services operate between Heathrow terminals and a large number of hotels near the airport.
Group travel by coach
If you're dropping off or collecting a group from Heathrow, this step-by-step guide will help you and your customers enjoy stress-free travel.