Ramsgate to Heathrow Taxi | Airport Transfer
About the service
With our private airport taxi service, your journey is bound to be reliable, safe and hassle-free. We have a wide range of vehicles for you and they are all fully insured. Our aim is to provide you with a comfortable journey at an affordable rate.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, using any transport services may seem risky. We at Britway Airport Transfer work to ensure your safety by taking extra precautionary measures. All of our vehicles are cleaned and sanitised before and after every transfer. We regularly check the health of our drivers and ensure that drivers follow proper social distancing norms. Our drivers are all experienced in airport transfers and they understand your safety concerns. You can now book your ride at any time online via our website.
Airport Taxi transfer from Ramsgate to Heathrow
Ramsgate lies on the east coast of the county of Kent, England. Ramsgate is a historically significant place, which is now a popular seaside resort. The distance between Ramsgate and Heathrow is about 103 miles depending on the route.
There are different options available for travel between Ramsgate and Heathrow, such as buses, trains and tubes. But for your convenience, the best mode of travel is a private taxi with Britway. Transfers with us will always be the most comfortable and the cheapest travel option while our expert drivers will always pick the best route to get you to your chosen destination in good time.
How long does a taxi journey from Ramsgate to Heathrow take?
A taxi journey from Ramsgate to Heathrow is about 2 hours and a bit more, depending on the traffic and delays on the route. Our services are available 24/7 all year round striving to meet all your travelling needs with every journey.
Cost of the journey
Our rates are all affordable and cheaper than our competitors. All our extra health and safety measures are also included in the fare. You can book a Journey from Ramsgate to Heathrow from as little as £125.00. There are no hidden charges, and we provide discounts and special offers throughout the year.
A snapshot of Heathrow
Heathrow is the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic. It has four passenger terminals and one cargo terminal. It is used by over 80 airlines that fly to 185 destinations all over the world. Over 72 million passengers from the world arrive here every year.
Heathrow Airport offers various services like public and private transport, hotel access, multi-faith prayer rooms, etc. In terms of transport at Heathrow, there are trains, bus coaches, and even inter-terminal transport is available.
Heathrow serves as one of the main airports of London along with Gatwick, Luton, London City, Southend and Stansted.
Looking back at the past of Heathrow
Heathrow originated in 1930 as a small airfield called Great West Aerodrome on land south-west of the hamlet of Heathrow from which the airport takes its name. It was, at that time, used for building a private airport where testing and assembling of aircraft were done.
This land was then used by the government for building an RAF Heston base during WWII. The development of the whole area as a much larger airport began in 1944. It was to be used for military aircraft. After the war was ended and the base was not needed anymore, it was handed over to the Air Ministry. This is when it was used as London’s civil airport.
In 1946, it was officially opened to the public, and it was then named as London Airport. And in the year 1966, the British Airports Authority was created, and this is when London Airport was renamed to Heathrow Airport.
Since its opening, Heathrow has always been a busy airport and recently celebrated its 74th birthday. In 2008, Her Majesty The Queen opened terminal 5 in March. Heathrow Airport celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2016 and plans to serve a bigger number of passengers in the coming future.