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Sevenoaks to Heathrow

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About the service We at Britway are taking extreme measures to ensure the health and safety of our drivers and clients, by limiting transfers to only 2-3 daily. This is to make sure that the transmission rate is reduced to a great extent. Our drivers understand the importance of your safety during these testing times, and we too do our part by checking their temperatures regularly. It is important to mention that we expect our customers to understand the safety protocols too, and follow any rules and regulations that are required to tackle problems caused by this pandemic. With our simple website interface, you can now book your ride to your destination easily. Our private services provide different vehicles for all your requirements. These are all sanitised before and after each transfer. Airport Taxi Transfer between Sevenoaks and Heathrow Sevenoaks is a town in Kent situated in the south-east of London. Known as one of the best places to live in the country, we know Sevenoaks for having a historical and cultural significance. The town of Sevenoaks is situated 20 miles Southeast of Central London and situated about 47 miles from Heathrow. There are many choices available for travel between Sevenoaks to Heathrow, including trains, buses and coaches. However, if you are travelling with kids or elderly people, or even have a lot of luggage, a private taxi service is the most convenient mode of travel for you. Our vehicle range includes 4-seaters, 6-seaters, 7-seaters or 8-seaters for ease of travel. If you have any queries regarding your journey with us, please do not hesitate to get in contact with us.   How long does a taxi journey from Sevenoaks to Heathrow take? With our private services, a journey between Sevenoaks and Heathrow Airport will take you approximately 60 minutes. You can choose our ‘Meet and Greet’ option when booking your ride while you are being picked up from Heathrow Airport. What is the cost of the journey? All our services at Britway Airport Transfer are reasonably priced, guaranteeing lower prices than our competitors. Journey fares start from £70.00 for a transfer from Sevenoaks to Heathrow. While our rates are fixed, we also provide discount packages and the best deals for you, along with quality rides and service. A Brief about Heathrow Airport Along with being one of the major international airports, Heathrow Airport is also the 2nd busiest airport in the world. Millions and millions of passengers are served every year in this airport, as well as airplanes flying to over 180 destinations around the world. While having four passenger terminals and one cargo terminal, Heathrow passengers will only notice the terminal number 2, 3, 4 and 5 because the number 1 terminal has stopped its service due to refurbishment. Heathrow Airport maintains the highest standards of services, operations, and securities. A lot of extra facilities, such as prayer rooms, hotel access and transportation can be found in this airport. Looking back at the past of Heathrow The origin of Heathrow Airport goes back to the year 1930, when the very land we call Heathrow Airport now was owned by the Vicar of Harmondsworth. This was a 150-acre plot, which then was sold to a British engineer and aircraft builder Richard Fairey. It was used for testing and assembling aircraft and was named Fairey’s Great West Aerodrome. During World War II, the government used this land for building a different base of RAF Heston for troop-carrying aircraft. As it was not needed anymore after the war was ended, this land and base went officially to the Air Ministry, where they used it to build London’s first civil airport. A number of changes have been made after its first operation as a civil airport. Heathrow Airport was previously known as London airport, and in 1951 the passenger number had risen to over 700,000. The same year marks a significant year in the history of Heathrow as this is the year when permanent buildings were designed and built. Heathrow Airport has experienced its busiest year in the year 2019 when 80.9 million passengers travelled through the airport.

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