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When you need a minicab from Heathrow Airport area to all surrounding destinations, give Reliable Radio Cars Minicab a call or you could get a quote and then book directly on our website in just 2 minutes.

We offer a 24 hour service coupled and a personalised, reliable service. Our fully computerised system ensures we are always on time, getting you where you need to be on time. So if hire a minicab to take you from Heathrow Airport you will receive the details of your assigned vehicle, together with a call back facility when the car arrives.

About Heathrow Airport TW6,

Heathrow Airport is 12 nmi (22 km; 14 mi) west of central London, near the south end of the London Borough of Hillingdon on a parcel of land that is designated part of the Metropolitan Green Belt. The airport is surrounded by the built-up areas of Harlington, Harmondsworth, Longford and Cranford to the north and by Hounslow and Hatton to the east. To the south lie East Bedfont and Stanwell while to the west Heathrow is separated from Colnbrook in Berkshire by the M25 motorway.


Heathrow Airport is used by over 90 airlines flying to 170 destinations worldwide. The airport is the primary hub of BMI and British Airways, and is a base for Virgin Atlantic Airways. Of Heathrow's 67 million annual passengers, 11% are bound for UK destinations, 43% are short-haul international travellers and 46% are long-haul. The busiest single destination in terms of passenger numbers is New York, with over 3.7 million passengers travelling between Heathrow and JFK / Newark airports in 2008 and 3.5 million in 2009. Heathrow Airport has five passenger terminals (Terminals 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5) and a cargo terminal.


Heathrow Terminal 1 opened in 1968 and was formally inaugurated by Queen Elizabeth II in May 1969. In 2005, substantial redesign and redevelopment of the terminal saw the opening of the new Eastern Extension, doubling the size of the departure lounge and creating additional seating as well as retail space. With an area of 74,601m2, the terminal is home to Heathrow's second largest carrier, Star Alliance member BMI and Aer Lingus. Before Terminal 5 opened, Heathrow Terminal 1 was the base for British Airways' domestic network from Heathrow and for a few of its long haul routes. The terminal will be closed and then demolished in around 2013–14, in preparation for the second construction phase of the new Heathrow Terminal 2, scheduled for completion in 2019. There are no plans to re-use the Terminal 1 name..


Heathrow's current major project is the construction of a vast new Terminal 2. Formerly known as Heathrow East Terminal, the whole project will occupy a site similar in size to that of Terminal 5.


First opened in 1986, Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 is situated to the south of the southern runway next to the cargo terminal, and is connected to Terminals 1, 2 and 3 by the Heathrow Cargo Tunnel. The terminal has an area of 105,481m2 and is now home to the SkyTeam alliance as well as some unaffiliated carriers. It has recently undergone a £200m upgrade to enable it to accommodate 45 airlines with an upgraded forecourt to reduce traffic congestion and improve security. An extended check-in area with renovated piers and departure lounges as well as two new stands to accommodate the Airbus A380 have been constructed, and a new baggage system installed.


Heathrow Airport Terminal 5 lies between the northern and southern runways at the west end of the Heathrow site, and was opened by Queen Elizabeth II on 14 March 2008, some 19 years after its inception.


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