Heathrow Express timetable
Trains run between 05:10 and 23:25 from Paddington, and between 05:07 (from Heathrow Terminal 5) and 23:58 (from Heathrow Terminal 2 and 3).On Sundays, the first train departs 06:25, then every 15 minutes until 23:25.
Heathrow Express quick links
What's on board
Travel in comfort on modern, air-conditioned trains with plenty of baggage space and on-board TV. There's free Wi-Fi throughout the train, and at-seat power sockets too. You can even use your mobile phone when the train is in a tunnel.
Need to relax or work in peace? Upgrade to a First Class carriage with larger seats, extra legroom, tables to work from and complimentary newspapers and magazines.
Tickets and fares
Tickets are available online, via the Heathrow Express app, at the station or on the train.
Tickets purchased online, at the station, a ticket machine or via the Heathrow Express app:
The Express Saver single fare is £25 if travelling during our peak times (7am - 10am or 4pm - 7pm, Monday - Friday) or £22 if travelling during off-peak times. Returns are £37 throughout the day. Book in advance to save, with weekend advance tickets available from just £5.50 one way.
Tickets purchased on-board:
You can also purchase tickets on-board. If purchasing Express Class tickets on-board our trains, the Express Standard fare will be charged. The Express Standard single is £30 if travelling during our peak times (7am - 10am or 4pm - 7pm, Monday - Friday) or £27 if travelling during our off-peak times. Express Standard Returns are £42 throughout the day.
For more fares, timetables and special offers, or to book tickets, visit HeathrowExpress.com or call 0345 600 1515.
Children aged 15 years and under travel free when accompanied by a paying adult. Proof of age may be requested.
Please note that our peak travel hours are Monday - Friday between 7am - 10am and 4pm - 7pm. When purchasing a single ticket to travel during these times you will need to make sure you purchase a peak single. The peak pricing only applies to single fares not return tickets or advance tickets.
Where to catch trains
Heathrow Express trains stop at Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 and Heathrow Terminal 5. Passengers travelling to Terminal 4 should change on to the free transfer train at Heathrow Terminals 2 & 3 (connecting trains every 15 minutes, journey time four minutes).
Paddington station is close to Hyde Park and Oxford Street. From Paddington you can catch trains to the West, South-West and south Wales, or take London Underground's District, Circle, Bakerloo or Hammersmith & City lines.