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If you a regular traveller in and out of London’s busiest airport Heathrow, then you will understand all too clearly how getting here and getting home again can be a real challenge. Negotiating the M25 motorway can be hazardous and there are often delays making some passengers late for checking in on their flights.
To those who are unaware of the best way to travel in to Heathrow Airport, you might want to learn about the Heathrow Express – a train which travels out of London’s Paddington Railway Station every 15 minutes from either platform 6 or 7 and gets you from this central London hub to Heathrow in as little as 15 minutes. This shuttle service will also take arriving passengers from Heathrow and into central London every 15 minutes too.
Even if you attempted to travel from central London to Heathrow by taxi, bus or car you would soon find your journey hampered by thick heavy traffic, congestion fees and you would run the risk of arriving late for your check in. It’s unlikely you would complete such a journey inside an hour, whereas the Heathrow Express takes you right from Paddington Railway Station in west central London to the very terminal you need to go to.
The journey aboard the Heathrow Express is smooth, comfortable and always takes just 15 minutes. The first train shuttle out leaves as early as 5.10 a.m. and the last one back at night departs at 23.25. The Heathrow Express first arrives at Heathrow Central Station where passengers using terminals 1, 2 or 3 should alight. Then the shuttle service drops off passengers for terminal 4 before completing the journey through to terminal 5.
Regular travellers on this train will tell you that buying tickets for this popular shuttle is by queueing up in a long line at Paddington Station to buy a ticket. This procedure can make you late for your check in at the airport, so why not consider buying your ticket in the comfort of your own home or in the office by using the dedicated Heathrow Express app?
The app lets you purchase tickets for the Heathrow Express and the QR Code which will appear on your phone acts as your pass to travel on board this very popular and busy express train. The app will also record all the previous tickets you have purchased and places them into your pass-book. This is an absolute must for regular travellers in and out of Heathrow Airport.