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How to get from Stansted Airport to Heathrow Airport:

The National Express coach is the most popular mode of transport between Stansted Airport and Heathrow Airport.

Keep in mind that the hours indicated below are for travel only. When transferring between airports, keep in mind that you’ll need time to pick up your luggage and walk over to the mode of transportation of your choice, as well as the check-in timings at the destination airport. In general, this would take approximately 75 minutes from landing to check-in at the target airport.


Stansted to Heathrow is served by three National Express buses. All of them have a toilet onboard. Tickets are available for purchase at the airport.

Your coach ride to Heathrow should take between 80 and 125 minutes.


The Stansted Airport Station is located directly beneath the terminal building and offers ticketing services. Although you cannot travel with a bicycle on the Stansted Express, all services cater for specific needs.

Cheapest Option

If you’re on a tight budget, a cheaper but lengthier route from Stansted to Heathrow might be worth considering. Take the EasyBus coach service into downtown London’s Victoria station (or Baker Street) and then the London tube to Heathrow Airport (requires change of trains).

Stansted to Heathrow by Road:

The M11/M25/M4 is the best route to take.

Take the M11 southward towards London as you depart Stansted. After about 14 miles, you’ll reach the M25 Northbound Anticlockwise portion, which will take you to Heathrow Airport and the A1. Continue on the M25 for about 44 miles, then exit at the M4 Eastbound segment, which leads to Heathrow Airport. Heathrow Airport is located off the first junction and is well marked. You can either take this route to Terminal 4 or continue on the M25 until you reach the next intersection, which is marked for Terminal 4.

Traveling by vehicle, taxi, or minicab will take 40-80 minutes.

Your coach ride to Heathrow Airport should take between 80 and 120 minutes.

Stansted Airport is 64.8 miles/104.3 kilometres from Heathrow Airport via the M25, or 42.1 miles/67.8 kilometres in a straight line.



What is the best way to get from Stansted Airport to Heathrow?


The best way to get from Stansted Airport to Heathrow is by taking the train. The airport is served by two main lines:

1) London Underground – The tube runs a 24-hour service every day of the year and there are around 20 stations in total that connect directly with central London, including Victoria, King’s Cross, Paddington and Heathrow Terminals 1-3.

2) National Rail – There are many options for getting between Heathrow Airport and central London on the rail network. These include direct services between Heathrow terminals 1-3, Paddington station or Euston station (direct services only run during peak hours).


Is there a cheaper way of getting from Stansted Airport to Heathrow?


There are many options for getting from Stansted Airport to Heathrow. Some of the best ones include:

• Train – The most popular option is the train. It takes about an hour.

Taxi – If you are travelling with a group, it may be more cost-effective to take a taxi.

• Bus – A bus is also another option but they are slower than trains and buses have luggage restrictions which can make them difficult to use if you’re travelling on your own.

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