Brighton to Heathrow Taxi


If you’re flying from Heathrow Airport then you are one of 191,200 passengers going through the airport every day!

So you’ve done the hard bit and chosen your travel destination and booked your flight. Now all you need to do is click on the Brighton to Heathrow button of the Taxi Brighton website and make sure your taxi journey is booked to and from the airport.

Your journey time from Brighton & Hove to Heathrow will take about 1hr 15 minutes depending on exact departure and time of day.

Don’t forget that you are advised to check in as early as possible. As a general guide, you should aim to arrive:

  • Long-haul and El Al: three hours before scheduled departure
  • European flights: two hours before scheduled departure
  • UK and Ireland flights: 90 minutes before scheduled departure

You should check the instructions on your ticket and from your travel agent or booking website. If you are still unsure please check with your airline directly.

Check-in is on the first floor in Terminals 1 and 4, the ground floor in Terminal 3 and the top floor of Terminal 5.

For Terminals 1, 3 and 4, find your check-in zone using the information screens near the entrance. Check-in zones are clearly marked by illuminated yellow cubes.

Terminal 5 passengers can use any of the 96 self-service check-in kiosks or staffed check-in desk.

Once you’ve checked in, there are some great shops and restaurants to give you plenty to do to get your holiday off to a relaxed start.

Get an instant quote and book your Brighton to Heathrow taxi online now

Heathrow serves 180 destinations in 85 countries from its two runways with its top destinations being New York, Dubai, Dublin, Frankfurt and Amsterdam.

Eighty two airlines operate from Heathrow with a daily average of 1,286 flights carrying a massive 72.3 million passengers a year.

You’ll be travelling from one of its four terminals though from June this year Terminal 2 is due to reopen.

Heathrow’s newest Terminal 5 was opened in 2008 and is now its busiest terminal with 28.1 million passengers on 193,440 flights in 2012.