Terminal 4 accessibility

Terminal 4 accessibility

 

Heathrow Terminal 4 is now more or less back to normal business although prospective passengers should check with their air carrier to confirm which terminal for an individual flight.

 

The Elizabeth Line runs in both directions between T3 and T4 but only at present every 30mins, and is free.

 

The Piccadilly Line has 10mins between trains only one way from T4 to T3.  It is a different station at T4, a 5min walk from the Elizabeth Line.

 

As for getting to London, the Heathrow Express is non-stop from T3 and takes 15mins to Paddington and is expensive.  The Piccadilly Line Underground offers a good service with multiple stops.  The Underground and Heathrow Express/Elizabeth Line T3 stations are completely separate and a 6min hike.

 

Until later in the year the Elizabeth Line (west) ends at Paddington and if you are on a Platform 12 train you are straight into the main concourse and a 5min walk to the Elizabeth Line (central and east) for Tottenham Court Road (no Bond Street) onwards. But it could be 9, 10 or 11.

 

If you have bags Ealing Broadway has lifts for access to the Central Line (and Tottenham Court Road for the eastern Elizabeth Line) and a less frequent District Line to Westminster (which also has a lift)

 

Full list of the airlines moved to Heathrow terminal 4

 

Air Algerie, Air Astana, Air Malta, Air Mauritius, Air Serbia, Azal Azerbaijan Airlines, Bulgarian Air, EL AL – Israeli Airlines, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air, ITA Airlines, Kenya Airways, Korean Air, Kuwait Airways, Malaysian Airlines, Omanair, Qatar Airways, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Brunei, Saudi Arabia Airlines, TAROM, Tunis Air, Uzbekistan Airways, Vietnam Airlines

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