Leyton to Heathrow T5 by train

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Leyton tube station

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Leyton station
 (zone 3)

Alternative train journey to Heathrow T5:
Leytonstone to Heathrow T5 or Stratford to Heathrow T5

 

Heathrow T5 tube station

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Heathrow T5 station
 (zone 6)

Alternative train route from Leyton:
Leyton to Heathrow Terminal 4 or Leyton to Heathrow Terminals T2&3

 

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Heathrow Express – The quickest way to get to the airport is on the Heathrow Express. Unfortunately it only goes from Paddington so you’ll have to catch a train from Leyton to Paddington first. A one-way ticket is to , return tickets are to , depending on how far in advance you buy it

Black taxi to Heathrow T5 – A taxi to the airport from central London will take anything from 30 to 80 mins and cost

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