Gatwick to Heathrow Transfer Guide

Travelling between Gatwick and Heathrow airports in London? You can now use our online guide to quickly and easily choose a transfer type that suits your needs.

Quick Options guide

1. Private Airport Transfer

The most popular and worry free option connecting the two airports is a private taxi transfer. People prefer this type of transfer due to the professionalism and convenience of the service. You will avoid long queues and delays at the airport. Your driver will be waiting for you at the designated area, holding a sign displaying your name. You will be escorted to your vehicle and enjoy a stress free transfer direct to your connecting airport. Your flight is monitored so your driver is always aware of any last minute flight delays. These delays are not charged. Feel safe that as soon as you land, someone will be waiting to greet you and ensure your connection goes as smoothly as possible.(read more)

2. Train

You can travel between airports or other London areas by train, using one of the 6 rail services calling at Gatwick airport. Gatwick Express, First Capital Connect, Southern, Southeastern, First Great Western and CrossCountry. Each rail service connects Gatwick airport with a different area of London and rest of the UK.(read more)

3. Coaches

Coaches can transfer you from one airport to another and to more than 400 UK towns and cities. They also provide express routes to destinations including Heathrow, central London, Bristol, Brighton, Birmingham, Oxford, Cambridge and Norwich. (read more)

4. Buses

London buses do not operate from Gatwick ( located outside of London in West Susssex ). However there are several companies that run bus services to a number of UK popular destinations such as Crawley, Horley, Redhill and Horsham.(read more)