Traveling is subject to worries owing to the pandemic. The risk of getting infected by the virus has not yet subsided. But the world is gradually returning to its initial stage, and stepping out is becoming a necessity. Most people are unwilling to trust public transports, and we understand why. To enable safe and reliable travel, Britway brings you taxi services from Haywards Heath to Heathrow and Gatwick.
We are taking extra precautions now to ensure your safety. To maintain our high hygiene standards, we are cleaning and sanitizing our cars before and after each ride. We have also restricted each of our drivers to 2-3 rides per day to reduce the rate of transmission. We are also regularly checking the temperature and health of our drivers and service workers to make sure that your ride is infection-free. We also expect you to adhere to the social distancing rules and norms for both parties’ sake.
Your security is our duty. All our cars are insured and authorized to transfer so that you can have a hassle-free ride. We employ experienced drivers who are not only the best at their jobs but are also polite and well-mannered.
For your benefit, Britway allows you to book your rides from our easy-to-use website. We are still available on call, and our cancellation procedure is simple.
A civil parish in West Sussex, Haywards Heath is historically famous. It lies at a distance of 36 miles south of London and has gradually transformed into a thriving community. The distance between Haywards Heath and Heathrow is about 53 miles, and that between Haywards Heath and Gatwick is about 16.9 miles.
You can choose to cover both the distances via town cars, buses, or trains. But the right choice will be a private taxi from Britway- it will be comfortable and affordable.
The average time taken to cover the distance of 53 miles between Haywards Heath and Heathrow is about an hour via the M23 and M25. And one can cover the distance of 16.9 miles between Haywards Heath and Gatwick in about 22 mins via the A23 and M23.
These timings depend on the traffic. The duration might increase during office hours, but you can trust our drivers to choose the fastest and most comfortable routes for you.
Moreover, with Britway, you need not worry about wasting your time to find a ride. We will pick you up directly from your location!
Our prices are reasonable and affordable. The journey between Haywards Heath and Heathrow will cost you £65.00, and that between Haywards Heath and Gatwick will amount to £30.00. These might seem a little on the higher end, but this is not much once you consider our great cab service. You get the chance to choose from a variety of cars and book your ride from the comforts of your home. We also have in store some excellent offers and discounts that are sure to bring down the price.
Heathrow is the second busiest airport in the world, with an annual footfall of about 72 million passengers. It is situated in Hillington, Greater London, and is the busiest airport in all of Europe. Heathrow houses 80 working planes that travel to 185 destinations globally.
Gatwick is the second busiest international airport in the UK, located in West Sussex. About 213,000 passengers crowd this airport each day, and 1,300 planes take off and land here daily.
Both these airports maintain high service and security standards and provide various facilities like hotel access and private and public transport. Gatwick is popularly known as the cheaper alternative to Heathrow Airport.
Heathrow was previously called the London Airport. Its story goes back to a British plane designer, Richard Fairey, who bought a 150-acre land plot from the Vicar of Harmondsworth for £15,000 in 1930. The Government later built a base of RAF Heston during World War II here. After the war, the Air Ministry transformed it into Heathrow Airport. In 2016, Heathrow celebrated its 70th anniversary, having completed 74 years in service since its foundation.
Gatwick Airport’s history begins from the Surrey Aero Club- a small flying club used by flying enthusiasts. In 1934, a public aerodrome for regular air services to Paris was built in its place. The Yorke Rosenburg Mardall architectural firm later designed this airport between the 1950s and 1980s. Having flown over 78 million passengers in a year (2017), Gatwick Airport is the tenth busiest airport in Europe.