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One of the commonest questions strangers to Heathrow airport will ask is how do they get from one terminal to another.  If you look at a map you will see the airport is divided into three distinct sections. The central area where terminals 1,2 and 3 are located, the southern section where you will find terminal 4 and the western section which is the location for terminal 5. Transferring between terminals 1,2 and 3 is a piece of cake. They are each located together and you can simply walk from one to another at ground level or using the walkways that connect them, just follow the signs. For transfers between the central area and terminals 4 and 5 you use the  Heathrow express/Connect underground system.  Travel on the these trains is free between terminals. Simply make your way to the station below each terminal (will be clearly sign posted) and make your way to the Heathrow express/Connect service (not the tube/Piccadilly line train). Then simply make the appropriate journey. The Heathrow Express travels from the central area, then to terminal 5, the Heathrow Connect train is the one that stops at terminal 4. For this reason it is important you make sure of the terminal each train is going to.

To get to the Central Bus Station you need the central area. So from terminals 4 and 5 make your way to either terminal 1,2 or 3 and follow the signs for the bus station.

*Note: All travel is free within the Heathrow Free fare Freeflow area which takes in all terminals when using either local buses, the Heathrow Express or Heathrow Connect trains.

From Terminal 5
to: Terminals 1 or 3. Take the Heathrow Express (3 minutes journey time). Alternatively use the 441 bus from outside arrivals (10 minutes journey time).
to: Terminal 4. Take the Heathrow Express to the central area and then transfer onto the Heathrow Connect to terminal 4. Alternatively use the 482 or 490 bus from outside arrivals.

From Terminal 4.
to: Terminals 1 3. Take the Heathrow Connect. Alternatively use the 555 or 557 bus from outside arrivals.
to: Terminal 5. Take the Heathrow Connect to the central area and then transfer onto the Heathrow Express to terminal 5. Alternatively use the 482 (12 minutes), 490 (15 minutes) or the 724  (12 minutes) bus from outside arrivals.

From Terminals 1 or 3. (also central area and bus station)
to: Terminal 4. Take the Heathrow Connect. Alternatively use the 555 (19 minutes) bus from outside arrivals.
to: Terminal 5. Take the Heathrow Express (3 minutes journey time). Alternatively use the 441 bus from the central bus staton (10 minutes journey time),  the 724 (20 minutes) (central bus station) or the N9 night bus (10 minutes).

The Heathrow bus station is linked to all 5 terminal via the Heathrow help Bus. This is a free service for passengers with disabilities which operates between 06.00 till 23.00. This service can also be requested using the phone at help points or by calling direct on 020 8745 6261.

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