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London Heathrow: introduction


Heathrow Airport, to the west of London, is one of the busiest and most important airports in the world. As the UK’s main air hub, it welcomes millions of passengers from all over the world every year. Renowned for its operational efficiency, modern facilities and well-developed transport network, Heathrow is a crucial entry point for international travel to and from the British capital.

Whether for busy business travelers, adventure-seeking tourists or passengers in transit to other destinations, London Heathrow is an essential gateway to the British capital. Its capacity ensures smooth connections and a quality travel experience. Find out more about London Heathrow airport with AEROAFFAIRES.


London Heathrow: a little history


Heathrow’s history dates back to 1929. The British government had acquired some 688 hectares of farmland on the outskirts of London for an airport. In 1944, during the Second World War, the site was officially designated as a civil airport. However, civilian flights began operating from the site as early as the 1930s. After the war, Heathrow was considerably enlarged and modernized to meet the growing demand for air travel.

The real turning point for Heathrow came in 1955 with the opening of Terminal 2. This marked the beginning of an era of rapid development. Over the years, new terminals were added to meet the growing demand for air travel. In 1961, terminal 3 was inaugurated, followed by terminal 4 in 1986 and terminal 5 in 2008. The latter is now one of the world’s largest airport terminals.

London Heathrow has also been the scene of many historic moments in aviation. In 1952, the first concrete runway was built. This was a major breakthrough in airport construction. In 1976, the airport was the site of a notorious plane hijacking by Palestinian and German militants. And in 2012, Heathrow was the center of the London Olympics. This event welcomed thousands of visitors from all over the world.

Today, London Heathrow is a global hub for travel, business and commerce. The airport makes a significant contribution to the UK economy and serves as an essential gateway between the UK and the rest of the world. With its world-class infrastructure, quality services and commitment to innovation and sustainability, Heathrow remains at the forefront of international aviation. The airport has preserved a rich and diverse heritage that testifies to its historical importance.


How to get to London Heathrow


Getting to London Heathrow by private jet offers an incomparable travel experience. Comfort, efficiency and flexibility ensure a smooth and pleasant journey. As one of the world’s busiest airports, Heathrow is a major hub for all types of flight. Its location offers easy access to the British capital and the surrounding area.

For tailor-made travelers, Heathrow offers dedicated facilities and exclusive services. Its FBO Signature Aviation ensures a smooth arrival and departure. Numerous private flight companies offer direct flights to Heathrow from destinations all over the world. This accessibility offers a tailor-made transport solution for discerning travelers.

The airport has several terminals, each equipped to handle private jets efficiently and comfortably. Passenger and baggage handling services are available to ensure smooth passage through immigration and security formalities. Pets are also accepted.

In terms of connectivity, London Heathrow is well linked to central London as well as to major destinations across the UK. Ground transportation services are readily available to ensure a smooth journey once you arrive at your destination. AEROAFFAIRES offers personalized transfer services. Enjoy a comfortable journey with smooth movement from the airport to your final destination.

However, due to Heathrow’s size and traffic, it is generally advisable to transfer to other private airports in London, such as Northolt or Farnborough. These airports, exclusive to tailor-made flights, provide private jet connections to and from London.


London Heathrow by private jet with AEROAFFAIRES


An expert in private jet charter, AEROAFFAIRES offers a VIP and personalized service at the best price. Whatever aircraft you are looking for, your dedicated air advisor will provide you with 24/7 assistance up to 2 hours before your flight.

Already nearly 95,000 passengers have traveled with AEROAFFAIRES, on more than 20,000 different private jets. Traveling with AEROAFFAIRES also supports our Sky CO2 program, which offers to finance the preservation of ecosystems in France.

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Price estimate for the rental of a private jet

Paris – London Heathrow

  • Number of passengers: 4
  • Aircraft: pilatus PC-24
  • Price: from 5950 EUR

Geneva – London Heathrow

  • Number of passengers: 8
  • Aircraft: pilatus PC-12
  • Price: from 11,800 EUR

Milan – London Heathrow

  • Number of passengers: 10
  • Aircraft: gulfstream G400
  • Price: from 23,150 EUR

Useful information

London Heathrow Airport address:

Hounslow TW6 1QG, United Kingdom

GPS code: 51.4700° N, 0.4543° W

IATA code: LHR


Opening hours: the airport is open 24/7 and welcomes all types of aircraft.

Number of runways: 2

Runway length: 3900m (12800ft)

Number of terminals: 5

Signature Aviation FBO offers the following services:

  • 24-hour surveillance
  • Bottled water
  • Computers
  • Crew room
  • On-site customs and immigration
  • Internet access
  • Kitchen
  • Pets allowed on private jet
  • Conference room
  • VIP lounge

Location & access

London Heathrow Airport is located in Hillingdon, west of London, around 24 kilometers (14.9 miles) away.

The drive to central London takes around 30 minutes.

AEROAFFAIRES offers personalized transfer services. Enjoy a comfortable and smooth journey from the airport to your final destination.


AEROAFFAIRES recommends a visit to the Palace of Westminster and Big Ben. Overlooking the banks of the River Thames, the Palace of Westminster houses the British Parliament and is a symbol of British history and democracy.

Nearby stands the famous Big Ben, an iconic London landmark with its majestic clock tower. These historic monuments are a must-see for history and architecture buffs on a stay in London.

AEROAFFAIRES recommends The Savoy hotel. Located on the banks of the River Thames, this hotel offers timeless luxury and impeccable service. Its elegant rooms, award-winning restaurants and exclusive spa make it a preferred choice for travelers seeking elegance and refinement in the heart of London.

AEROAFFAIRES recommends the Gordon Ramsay restaurant. Headed by Michelin-starred chef Gordon Ramsay, this gourmet restaurant offers an unforgettable culinary experience. Nestled in the chic Chelsea district, this restaurant offers modern French cuisine featuring exceptional ingredients and refined cooking techniques.

  • Does Heathrow airport offer helicopter services?

    Helicopter transfers are available and can be arranged to take you to various locations in London or other parts of the UK. The helicopter service is a convenient way to bypass potential road traffic and get to your destination quickly.

  • How do I get to central London from Heathrow?

    There are several ways to get to central London from Heathrow, including the Underground (Piccadilly line), the Heathrow Express train, bus services and cabs.

  • Are there any restrictions on private jets at Heathrow?

    Heathrow imposes no specific restrictions on private flights. However, landing slots are limited and must be booked well in advance. It is therefore generally advisable to fly to other private airports in London, such as Northolt or Farnborough.

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