Heathrow is one of the busiest airports in the world and take a sizable influx of passengers every year. Popular way to get the airport transfers done is by black cab taxi or mini cab but these are unreliable ways of traveling as you never sure about their availability or sanitization. Cabs London is responsible to provide reliable and sanitized way of transportation that is completely inline with the instructions from the health officials.
London black cab can be hailed from the road and mini cab is booked on the phone and it is not wise to leave your airport transfer for so long. You can book our mini cab services in London days ahead of your travel time and once booked, it becomes our responsibility to monitor your flights and either meet you at the terminal or take you right to the terminal from your place in Central London.
Heathrow Terminal 2, Gateway to London
Heathrow terminal 2 was opened in 1955 and was originally named the Europa Building. It closed its doors for the revamp in 2009 and reopened in 2014 with new name as Queen’s Terminal. It grew its capacity from 8.5 million passengers to 18.5 million passengers.
Cabs London have years of experience in airport transfers and operate a large fleet of premium vehicles such as BMW, Mercedes and Range Rover driven by chauffeurs. Our chauffeurs are professional, discreet and pleasant at their work routine. You can book our services by visiting our website or by calling us directly and our staff would be happy to help you out.
We cater all sorts of occasions such as corporate meetings, day tours, parties, weddings and proms. We can arrange specific vehicles to suite the occasion such as stretch limo or part bus or even super cars.
Your Safety is Our Priority
We take all the necessary precautionary measures to keep our staff and passengers safe from the pandemic. We make sure that everyone entering our vehicles wash and sanitize their hands, wear the masks and disposable gloves, keep the social distancing, keep number of passengers at minimum and keep ventilation points open.We keep up to date with the latest instructions from the health officials as we understand that the pandemic is an ongoing process that keeps changing all the time.