With Britway, you can get rid of all your travelling woes and rest assured that your journey will be hassle-free. Even during these times, when the thought of travelling evokes a sense of alarm, you can trust the journeys you take with Britway. We go to great lengths to ensure that each journey is as safe as possible, working to lower COVID-19 transmission rates. Our prices are not only lower than our counterparts but you’ll also find that the services we offer are value for money. Our service is preferred by tourists and locals alike. The vehicles we use are all in great shape and condition to make sure that the travellers have a comfortable journey.
To ensure complete safety and comfort of our passengers, we make sure that our drivers are only the best: professionally trained and experienced at the job. Keeping the pandemic and the guidelines by the government in mind, we sanitise our vehicles after each trip and the drivers have been directed to take necessary precautions for the same as well. Apart from that, the drivers also try to limit their trips to 1-2 per day so that the number of people who come in contact with one another is minimal every day.
You can book all our services in advance online via our website. You can choose a vehicle of your liking, giving the pickup and final destinations of your journey, as well as any specific requirements. You can also call us to make a booking if you are unable to do it online.
How long is the journey?
The distance from Woking to Heathrow is a short trip of 13.5 miles, taking no more than 20 minutes.
It is also possible to take the train from Woking to Heathrow. However, the train journey takes 40 minutes in comparison, despite the route being direct and the trains from Woking to Heathrow being very frequent. If you are travelling with a lot of luggage and kids, a cab will be the most convenient option for you.
Cost of the journey
Compared to our counterparts, our costs from all trips are very reasonable and affordable. Journey Fares from Woking to Heathrow starts from £35.00 at Britway Airport Transfer. There are zero hidden costs and the booking payment procedure is simple and extremely transparent to ensure passenger satisfaction. Due to these reasons, we are the preferred taxi by the resident locals and travellers alike.
A little about Heathrow Airport
Heathrow airport, which was known as London Airport is without a doubt the busiest Airport in London considering it has a footfall of around 72 million passengers in a year. It also has 80 aircrafts working in it, which implies that the travellers usually come from everywhere in the world.
Despite being so busy and full of people all the time, the limits and passenger capacities of Heathrow airport is still escalating. There are 6 different airports which, alongside the Heathrow Airport, pose as the busiest ones in London. Those airports are Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Southend and London City.
Heathrow Airport has a history that goes back to the year 1930. Everything started with a British aeroplane developer Richard Fairey paying £15,000 for a 150-section of a land plot. This plot was used to construct a private airport for testing and collecting aeroplanes. It was then named Fairey’s Great West Aerodrome, which then went on to become what we now call the London Heathrow International Airport.
The first aeroplane to take off from Heathrow was Starlight, which used to be a Lancaster bomber back in the day. In the year 1966, the airport was given its new name- Heathrow Airport. Since the time Heathrow was first opened to civilian aircraft, it has experienced many changes in the operations undertaken there. By 2006 it had seen a footfall of around 1 billion travellers spread over more than 14 million flights. In the year 2016, Heathrow celebrated its 70th anniversary.