Heathrow Express Information
Heathrow Express is a train service between Heathrow Airport and Paddington in Central London. Trains leave Paddington every 15 minutes from and there is a similar quarter-hourly service in the return direction. At Paddington, Heathrow Express trains use two dedicated platformslocated at numbers 6 and 7.
There are two stops at Heathrow: Heathrow Central station, serving Terminals 1, 2, 3 (journey time from Paddington approximately 15 minutes), and Heathrow Terminal 5 station (journey time approximately 21 minutes). The service runs along the Great Western Main Line from Paddington to airport junction.
Until the opening of Terminal 5 at Heathrow in March 2008, Heathrow Express services served Terminal 4, but this has now been discontinued and Terminal 4 is now the new terminus for Heathrow Connect instead. Click here for Heathrow Connect.
There is also a stopping service, Heathrow Connect, which takes the same route from Central London to Heathrow, using the relief lines, on which lower fares are charged. While this service takes 10 minutes longer it usefully offers connections to the Central Line and District Line at Ealing Broadway. The service runs along the Great Western Main Line from Paddington to airport junction.
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