Is there a direct train from Heathrow to Brighton?

Is there a direct train from Heathrow to Brighton?

No, there is no direct train from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) station to Brighton and Hove. However, there are services departing from London Heathrow Airport T2 & 3 Train Station and arriving at Brighton via Paddington station and London Victoria. The journey, including transfers, takes approximately 1h 49m.

How far is it from Heathrow to Brighton?

46 miles
Heathrow Airport to Brighton by train

Distance 46 miles (75 km)
Departure station Heathrow Airport
Arrival station Brighton

What is the nearest town to Heathrow Airport?

Cities near London Heathrow Airport:

  • Staines, United Kingdom.
  • Sunbury, United Kingdom.
  • Uxbridge, United Kingdom.
  • Slough, United Kingdom.
  • Egham, United Kingdom.
  • Northolt, United Kingdom.
  • Richmond, United Kingdom.
  • Windsor, United Kingdom.

Where do you fly into for Brighton?

London Gatwick
The nearest airport to Brighton is London Gatwick (LGW) Airport which is 22.8 miles away. Other nearby airports include London Heathrow (LHR) (46.7 miles), London City (LCY) (47.7 miles), London Luton (LTN) (73.8 miles) and London Stansted (STN) (75.8 miles).

What is the biggest city near Heathrow Airport?

Heathrow is 14 mi (23 km) west of central London,. It is located 3 mi (4.8 km) west of the town of Hounslow, 3 miles south of Hayes, and 3 miles north-east of Staines-upon-Thames.

What county does Heathrow Airport come under?

Located on the north west boundary of Surrey, Heathrow is the UK’s leading international gateway, with more that 80 airlines flying direct to over 180 destinations worldwide.

How many passengers does Heathrow handle per day?

2017 statistics

Daily number of flights (Average) 1,299
Annual passenger numbers 78.0 million
Passengers per day 213,668 – split between arrivals and departures
Busiest day recorded 30th June 2017 – 259,917 passengers
Cargo volume 1.70 million metric tonnes

What does LHR stand for?


Acronym Definition
LHR London, England, United Kingdom – Heathrow (Airport Code)
LHR Loyalty, Honor, and Respect (online gaming community)
LHR League for Human Rights
LHR Limited Home Repair (US FEMA)

What company owns Heathrow Airport?

Heathrow Airport Holdings Limited
Our company, Heathrow Airport Holdings Limited (formerly BAA) owns and runs London Heathrow Airport, Britain’s aviation hub.

Is Heathrow the biggest airport in the world?

London Heathrow, which handles over 80 million international passengers annually, is the largest airport in the UK. London serves as the largest aviation hub in the world by passenger traffic, with six international airports, handling over 180 million passengers in 2019, more than any other city.