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In the "Pick-up" field, enter a UK postcode than select the address or the hotel from which you need to get to the airport. Enter the name of the airport in the “Drop-off” field.

Important note: you can use the time provided on the booking page to calculate the pick up time correctly.

If you need a transfer from an airport we recommend you to specify your flight arrival time as the beginning of your transfer. In this case, it is more convenient for a driver to organize the meeting.

Important note: if you were notified about a change of arrival time, please let us know so we could also inform the carrier.

If you need a transfer from a hotel to an airport, specify the time you should be met at the reception. You will have to calculate the departure time by yourself. We recommend you to have a time margin of 3 hours for the airport check-in and travel time. Approximate time a driver needs to arrive at the airport is specified on the booking page.

For example, if your flight departure time is 14:00 and the travel time specified on site is 1 hour, the pick-up time should be 10:00.

Minimum time of pre-order an airport transfer is 12 hours

If your trip starts later than the time given above, you can call or send us an email and make an urgent booking. It will take some time for us to find a car. We will inform you as soon as possible if we can provide the service.

After you make your booking, you will receive a confirmation email with a voucher containing your booking number and all the details of your journey.

If you have not received the email with the confirmation, please contact our manager by email at booking@londonairportshuttles.co.uk or use the website contact form

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