You will be located on the outer edges of London, approximately 20 miles (32km), from Central London. Depending on the mode of transport you choose and how much money you spend, it will take you longer to get to town.
There are many options, from having a Heathrow Airport taxi ready to take you and your luggage to your destination to take the train to London with your luggage. You can even book your Nottingham to Heathrow cab in advance for a safe and comfortable ride.
Three coaches run an hourly by the National Express bus from Heathrow Airport, Victoria Station, and back to London. You can then connect with other buses. Depending on traffic, travel time can take anywhere from 35 minutes to an entire hour. Night service is also offered when trains aren't running.
Although the Piccadilly Line (London Underground) is the most affordable way to travel, their timetable is limited and dependent on the terminal they depart from. This will require some coordination of timetables.
You will need to take the N9 bus to get to Central London from Heathrow Airport at midnight. They don't run late at night. Tickets can be purchased at London Underground stations and online.
The Heathrow Connect Rail makes five stops along the route to Paddington station. It departs every 30 mins, except Sunday, when it runs hourly.
It takes around 25 minutes depending on which Heathrow terminal you use to begin your journey. Only Paddington and Hayes & Harlington are eligible for prepaid Oyster cards travel cards.
Airport Taxi London Services
To travel from Heathrow Airport into central London, it is best to arrange for a taxi driver to meet you at your terminal. A4cars' professional drivers are able to keep track of traffic conditions, airline changes, and any other factors that could prevent you from getting there on time.