Heathrow to Brighton Taxi | Airport Transfer
You can comfortably book a taxi from Heathrow to Brighton with us. We guarantee that all our vehicles will be cleaned and sanitized before and after every transfer. We are trained in airport transfers from Heathrow, entitling all our drivers to a limit of 2-3 transfers per day. This decreases the likelihood of infection transmission rate by a greater extent, when compared to other taxi suppliers. Many of our drivers constantly track and monitor COVID-19 signs, and maintain their social distance from every customer.
Efficient and Affordable Taxi from Heathrow to Brighton, Transfers from Heathrow to Brighton
Taxis from Heathrow Airport to Brighton via private transfer can be booked in advance on our website. We employ different models of cars for your Heathrow-Brighton taxi transfers. All vehicles are of good specification, completely insured, and authorised for passenger travel.
Airport Taxi Transfer between Heathrow Airport and Brighton
Two of the biggest airports in the UK are within 60 miles of Brighton, making it quick and easy to travel between the airport and your destination. You can also reach these airports from Brighton without needing to travel through central London traffic, meaning that you waste less time stuck in traffic and you will reach your destination with plenty of time to spare.
Although you can take a train from Heathrow to Brighton, this can be difficult if you have a lot of baggage and/or children. Taking a taxi from Heathrow Airport would make your journey a lot easier and stress-free. When you book your Heathrow to Brighton taxi online or over the phone, you may choose from a range of different pick-up locations, as well as a 4-seater, 6-seater or 8-seater vehicle for your private, comfortable taxi transfer from Brighton to Heathrow. Irrespective of the group size, baggage, or special specifications, we will typically have the ideal vehicle, and always ensure we accommodate to your needs. If you have any concerns regarding vehicle suitability or availability, we will be glad to help; contact us, and we’ll speak to you through the choices.
How long does a taxi journey from Heathrow to Brighton take?
Typical travel time from Heathrow to Brighton by taxi is about 90 minutes. Our operator will be waiting at the arrivals gate, should you opt for the ‘Meet and Greet’ option when you book your taxi from Heathrow to Brighton.
How much will the journey cost?
Booking your journey with Britway Airport Transfer guarantees affordable rates, reliable service and a smooth journey. We are one of the most preferred reliable airport transfer firms in the UK and our key motto is passenger protection and convenience. Although parking charges at the airport apply, we do not charge for waiting time post-arrival. Having been in this business for more than 10 years, most of our clients are returning customers, who enjoy the perks of discount packages along with our continued quality of service.
Brighton is a well-known town in the city of Brighton and Hove in East Sussex. As per the census conducted in 2001, Brighton has an overall population of 155,919 people. Brighton has been well known for its nightlife and it has been called one of the hotspots in the UK, with over 300 bars in the area. Brighton is situated 26.5 miles west of Eastbourne, 14.8 miles south of Hayward Heat, and 14.4 miles east of Worthing.
Brighton is alluded to in the Doomsday Book of 1086 as an ancient village called Hellhelmston. The town developed as a health resort throughout the 18th century. When the railroad had arrived in 1841, the town saw a massive rise in tourists, with many people taking day trips to the city. Brighton saw strong demographic development in the 20th century, with a peak population of 160,000 by 1961. Brighton now has more than 8 million visitors a year.
Brighton and Hove were united in 1997 to create the unitary jurisdiction of Brighton & Hove. Queen Elizabeth II was awarded City Status as part of the Millennium Festivities. Points of interest in Brighton are the Royal Pavilion, a former palace designed in the early 1800s as the residence of the Prince Regents, restaurants and arcades, and the Brighton Pier, which opened in 1899, features a funfair. Brighton also stages significant events yearly, such as the Brighton Fringe Festival and the Brighton Festival, the biggest arts festival in the United Kingdom after Edinburgh.