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The terminals are close together at the centre of the airport site. Exit the M4 (Junction 4) or M25 (Junction 15) and follow signs for Heathrow Terminals 2, 3 and 4.
Terminal 5 is on Western Perimeter Road and has a separate access road which can be reached from Junction 14 of the M25. If you're coming from the M4, exit at Junction 4b and follow the M25 south to Junction 14.
All Short and Long Stay Car Parks remain open and are available to book. More information can be found on the Heathrow website.
Terminal 2: TW6 1EW
Terminal 3: TW6 1QG
Terminal 4: TW6 3XA
Terminal 5: TW6 2GA
Heathrow Airport has two direct train lines running from Heathrow Airport to London: Heathrow Express and Heathrow Connect. These run every 15 minutes, 7 days a week. All trains first stop at Heathrow Terminals 1, 2 and 3. From there, you may have to change trains to get to Heathrow Terminal 4 or Heathrow Terminal 5.
Heathrow has three London Underground stations – one for Terminals 2 and 3 and one each at Terminal 4 and Terminal 5. With the current consolidation of Terminal operations, the Underground is running from Terminals 2 and 3 and Terminal 5. All stations are in Travelcard Zone 6.
Direct journeys to Heathrow are also available from Piccadilly Line stations between Cockfosters and Heathrow, with convenient connections from other Tube and rail services. Further information can be found on the Heathrow website.
Several bus services operate to Heathrow from locations inside and outside Greater London. Further information on bus services to Heathrow Airport can be found on the Traveline website.
If you need a PCR test, select your nearest Heathrow Airport Covid test centre. Follow the steps below for an antigen test.
Ensure you have sufficient time to receive your results and complete your flight check-in.
Take the swab by following the instructions included in your kit.
You'll receive your test results and doctor-signed fit to fly certificate the same-day by email.
Returning to Heathrow Airport? You will need a fast-action antigen test kit that you take with you and perform before you travel to the UK.Order Return Antigen test
All arrivals in England require a test on Day 2 of arrival for variant tracking. You will also need a Day 8 test if you're travelling from a country on the Amber or Red list.Order Day 2 and 8
The government introduced the Test to Release programme to reduce the self-isolation period for travellers returning to England. Passengers who have not travelled to a red-list country can shorten their mandatory 10-day quarantine period through the Test to Release scheme with a negative Covid-19 PCR test on day five.Order Test to Release
Following the UK Government’s lockdown announcement, Heathrow Airport continues to remain open for international travel should passengers have a legally permitted reason to do so. To travel, passengers will need a Covid PCR or antigen test. The latest coronavirus updates can be found on the Heathrow website.
Heathrow Airport has implemented extra measures that comply with UK Government guidelines. These are designed to keep those travelling as safe as possible. Face coverings are mandatory for all passengers aged 11 or over. To maintain a safe distance from others, there are signs and stickers throughout the airport.
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