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Just like normal, there are a variety of ways to get to the airport, whether travelling from the surrounding area or further afield and we have worked alongside travel providers to give passengers peace of mind to return.
Our new video explains how to use different modes of transport around the airport:
Some of the measures in place across transport links include:
To ensure the most contact-free experience, we recommend booking online or using contactless payment where possible.
The Heathrow Express, which is now running every 30 minutes between London Paddington and Terminals 2 and 5, can be booked via the app; and for those driving to the airport, online booking is available at Heathrow.com, allowing for automatic recognition of your vehicle number plate at the car park.
We have consolidated flights into Terminals 2 and 5. Short stay car parks at both terminals remain open and offer the closest parking to each terminal. Terminal 2/3 Long Stay is open with a free Heathrow Express transfer onwards to T5 where necessary, until the 1st August when Terminal 5 Long Stay will re-open. Buses and coaches are still operating from the Central Bus Station at Terminal 2.
We appreciate there may be instances where travel has to be cancelled so rest assured that the Official Heathrow Parking flexible cancellation policy allows cancellations up to two hours before your booking.
However you choose to reach us, we advise passengers to arrive no more than two hours before a short-haul flight or three hours for long-haul, to reduce congestion in and around the terminals.
We look forward to seeing you again.
For the most up to date information, please visit Heathrow.com/FlySafe
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