Hastings to Heathrow Taxi | Airport Transfer
About our service
With the pandemic still on the rise, travelling has become quite worrisome. It has become increasingly difficult to share public transport with strangers. But life has not stopped, and thus neither can you. So we at Britway have come to your aid to make your journeys safe and comfortable in these trying times.
To ensure the safety of both our customers and drivers, we are taking much-needed precautions, and have tried to limit each driver to 2-3 trips per day. To maintain good hygiene, we are sanitising our vehicles after each trip, thereby reducing the rate of transmission among passengers. We are constantly keeping a tab on the health of our service workers and drivers, checking their temperatures daily as well as looking out for any signs or symptoms. Therefore, we also expect our customers to take the necessary measures and strictly adhere to the social distancing norms.
We have been in this service for a long time now and can vouch for our security protocols and the reliability of our drivers. Your security and comfort are of utmost importance to us and you can trust us in this regard. Our drivers are polite, well-mannered, and trustworthy. We use vehicles that are in perfect condition and are insured and authorised to transfer, so you can have a hassle-free trip.
Britway now has a website with a simple and easy-to-use interface, where you can book your rides in advance to save time. We offer a wide range of cars from which you can choose the most desirable one according to your purpose. Bookings can also be made over the phone or through an email. If you have any queries regarding our services or the booking procedure, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Airport Taxi Transfer Between Hastings and Heathrow
Hastings is a beautiful seaside town situated on the south-east coast of England overlooking the English Channel. Not only is it a popular tourist spot, but also attracts students, due to the closeness of various institutions, including the University of Brighton, East Sussex College, and others. It is also historically significant.
If you are planning to travel from Hastings to Heathrow, it will be a long journey. There is a distance of around 87 miles between the two, which you can cover with the help of a train, bus or a town car. In comparison to each of these modes of transport, a private taxi will be the most comfortable and fastest one.
With Britway, you have the liberty to choose from 4 to 6 or 8-seater cars and the rates are a lot cheaper than that of our competitors.
How long will it take you to reach Heathrow Airport from Hastings in a taxi?
The journey from Hastings to Heathrow Airport by road will take about 2 hours with normal traffic, via the A21 and M25. On weekdays, the traffic might increase during office hours, which might lead to a longer journey. But you can trust our drivers to pick the best routes with the least congestion, so that you can reach your destination on time. Choosing Britway will ensure that you have an easy trip, as the driver will pick you up and drop you off at exactly the specified locations.
How much will the journey cost?
We at Britway believe in reasonable prices for our quality services. This journey will cost you about £106.00. If you take into consideration the long distance between Hastings and Heathrow, this is not much. Compared to other options available, our services are more affordable and value-for-money. Moreover, unlike our competitor’s services, we grant you attractive deals and offers which in turn reduce the fare. With these low, you can sit back and enjoy a safe and comfortable trip.
A quick glance at Heathrow Airport
Situated in Hillington, Greater London, Heathrow Airport is the 2nd busiest airport in the world. Owing to a footfall of about 72 million passengers in a year, it is considered being the busiest airport in all of Europe. This airport houses 80 working planes that travel to about 185 destinations around the globe.
Heathrow Airport maintains an excellent standard of service and security. It also provides a good number of facilities, like hotel access and private and public transports.
A brief history of Heathrow
Previously called the London Airport, the Heathrow International Airport has a rich historical background. The story starts with British plane designer Richard Fairey, who bought a 150-acre land plot from the Vicar of Harmondsworth for £15,000, in 1930. This plot of land was then named Fairey’s Great West Aerodrome and was used to build a private airport to test and assemble aircraft. This very land has now become the busy Heathrow International Airport.
This land was later used by the government to build a different base of RAF Heston for troop-carrying aircraft during World War II. With the ending of the war, the land’s ownership was handed over to the Air Ministry, who transformed it into London’s first civil airport. In 1966, the first aircraft named Starlight took off from the Heathrow Airport. In 2016, it celebrated its 70th anniversary and has completed 74 years in service since its foundation.