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Pick up at Heathrow Airport Terminal (Free Shuttle Bus Service)
How to get Gatwick Airport from Heathrow:
Please take M25 south. Please take Junction 7 direction Brighton/Gatwick airport. Take M23. At Junction 9 exit toward M23 Gatwick Airport. At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto M23 heading Gatwick airport.
Distance: 39 miles | Approximate time: 1 hour 5 minutes
How to get Stansted Airport from Heathrow:
Please take M25 North. At Junction 27 use the Left 2 lanes to merge to M11towards Harlow. Use the left 2 lanes to take the A120(E) exit towards Colchester / Stansted Airport. You’ll find Stansted in 1 mile.
Distance: 51 miles | Approximate time: 1 hour 30 minutes
How to get Luton Airport from Heathrow:
Please drive along Widgeon Rd and Wayfarer Rd. FOllow M25 and M1. Take exit 10 from M1. Follow New Airport Way in Luton.
Distance: 35 miles | Approximate time: 40 minutes
Rent a car at London Heathrow and return it in Stansted, Gatwick or Luton at a really good price. Our prices include one-way fees.
About London Heathrow Airport
Heathrow lies 14 mi (23 kms) west of Central London, UK capital city. It has 4 passenger terminals (numbered 2 to 5) and a cargo terminal. Is a major international airport in London.
London Heathrow Airport is the world’s second-busiest airport by international passenger traffic annually.
Address: Longford TW6
Use our fast booking engine to compare prices and deals with our huge selection of car rental providers. Then simply pick up at the Avis, Budget, Alamo, Enterprise, National, Sixt or Europcar desk in arrivals.
Hiring a vehicle is a fantastic way to see Great Britain, and Heathrow airport is perfectly situated to help you on your way. Unlike in the rest of Europe, remember to drive your hire car on the left side.
Heathrow has direct links to the M25 London orbital motorway, which makes navigation easy – main roads to all parts of Britain radiate from this huge ring road.
Usually, roads with numbers beginning ‘M1’ or ‘A1’ go north or north-east; ‘M2’ or ‘A2’ south-east; ‘M3’ or ‘A3’ south-west; and ‘M4’ or ‘A4’ west and north-west.
Please respect the following speed limits:
- 30mph (48km/h) in built-up areas
- 60mph (96km/h) on single carriageways
- 70mph (112km/h) on dual carriageways and motorways.