There are numerous Heathrow Airport options with many rental companies offering their service at Heathrow. Our cost comparison booking engine compiles all the best offers from these car rental Heathrow firms and presents them to you simply. Making a choice is easy as all terms and conditions are listed beside each car. Heathrow Airport is not only the biggest and busiest airport in Britain but also in all of Europe. Worldwide it stands as the fourth busiest airport and caters for more international traffic every year than any other airport in the world.
Over ninety airlines pass through Heathrow with over one hundred and seventy locations flown to all over the world. The three major airline stationed at Heathrow are Virgin, BMI and British Airways.
Getting form Ireland to Heathrow requires a flight with Aer Lingus from any of Dublin, Cork, Belfast International or Shannon Airports. BMI also offer services from Dublin Airport and Belfast City Airport.
Annually around sixty seven million passengers use Heathrow Airport. The majority of theses are traveling on long haul flights though there are almost as many international short haul flights. Eleven percent travel to other destinations in the UK.
New York is the most popular destination with over three and a half million traveling from London to New York every year. There are five terminals at Heathrow. Aer Lingus and BMI both use Terminal 1.
There are lots of other transport options at Heathrow including of course the underground (tube) which will get you into Central London in around half an hour. A taxi could set you back anywhere between forty and seventy pounds if traveling to Central London. There are also bus and train services available with the local bus fare costing two pounds.