The Heathrow Express connects the London Heathrow Airport to London Paddington Station in Central London. London Paddington Station is a Central London Railway Terminus, making connections to other parts of the UK, incredibly convenient.
Passengers using Terminal 5 of the airport can deboard or board the Heathrow Express from the Terminal 5 underground station, which is a 3 minute walk from Terminal 5. This station is also served by the Piccadilly line and Elizabeth line.
Also known as Heathrow Terminal 2&3 Station, passengers using Terminal 2, 3 & 4 of the airport can access the Heathrow Express from this station. You can access Terminal 4 by taking a quick shuttle bus from Heathrow Central Station.
London Paddington Station is a Central London Railway Terminus and a London Underground station, meaning transferring to other cities in the UK and within London is easy. Tube lines like Circle, Bakerloo, Hammersmith & City serve this station.
The Heathrow Express offers a direct connection and therefore it stops only at the London Heathrow Airport Train Stations and London Paddington Station.
You can board the Heathrow Express either at Terminal 2&3 station, if you are using Terminal 2, 3 & 4 at the airport, or at Terminal 5 station, if you are using Terminal 5 of the airport.
The Heathrow Express operates on a single route, that is, along the Heathrow Airport - London Paddington route.
The stops on the Heathrow Airport - London Paddington Station route are, namely, Terminal 5 Station, Terminal 2&3 Station and London Paddington Station.
The Heathrow Express stops at Terminal 2&3 station and Terminal 5 station. Passengers using Terminal 4 can access it by getting down at Terminal 2&3 station and taking a shuttle bus to Terminal 4.
Yes, the Heathrow Express train connects to London Paddington Station.
The Heathrow Express covers a distance of 24.6 km between Heathrow Airport and London Paddington Station.
The Heathrow Express takes 15 minutes to travel between Heathrow Airport and London Paddington Station.