Train journeys from Milton Keynes to London Heathrow can take around one and three quarter hours.
There are no direct trains from Milton Keynes to Heathrow, meaning the quickest option is to travel from Milton Keynes to London Paddington. Once at Paddington, you can board the Heathrow Express. Our trains usually leave from our dedicated platforms, 6 and 7. Just remember to keep your eyes on the boards and your journey planner for any changes.
Our trains run direct into Heathrow Central and have a journey time of just 15 minutes. If you’re departing from Terminal 5, stay on the train to Terminal 5 station for an extra six minutes.
Passengers flying from either Terminal 2 or 3 should leave the train at Heathrow Central and walk to their required terminal. For flights from Terminal 4, you’ll need to jump on a quick connecting shuttle bus from Heathrow Central.
Your journey from Milton Keynes to London Heathrow should take around one hour and 45 minutes. This includes the train from Milton Keynes to London Euston and the tube from Euston to Paddington. Once at Paddington, your Heathrow Express train takes just 15 minutes to travel non-stop to Heathrow Central, with an additional journey time of six minutes to Terminal 5 station.
By booking your ticket in advance from Milton Keynes to London Heathrow, you may be able to get your ticket for under £30.
The Heathrow Express is the quickest way to arrive at London Heathrow in plenty of time before your flight. Our trains take just 15 minutes to travel non-stop to Heathrow Central from London Paddington, and an extra six minutes to arrive at Terminal 5 station.
And with trains leaving Paddington every 15 minutes, it’s the simplest option for the final leg of your journey from Milton Keynes. The Heathrow Express is also ideal if you’re travelling from within London, whether from Euston, Victoria, Kings Cross or St Pancras.
Our trains also promise comfortable, as well as quick, journeys. There are two classes available, Express class and Business First Class. In Express Class you'll enjoy spacious seats and plenty of luggage space. Passengers on Business First Class have even more legroom, extra space and a table and power sockets to finish off any work before arriving at Heathrow. There are also complimentary newspapers and magazines.
*Journey times based on route between London Paddington and Heathrow Terminal 3. Data sources: Google Maps for journey time by Taxi, TfL Journey Planner for journey time by Tube Tfl Rail and Heathrow Express. For Tube and Tfl Rail, the journey time represents an average, based on estimated best journey times shown on TfL Journey Planner on the hour every hour from 5am to 10pm for each day of August 2019. For Taxi, the journey time represents an average, based on an estimated range of journey times shown on Google Maps on the hour every hour from 5am to 10pm for each day of August 2019.