Heathrow Arrivals Terminal 4 Arrivals Faq

Paul asks…

Is this good value for a long haul bunnies class flight?

Hi
I was looking at flights in Business class going from the United Kingdom to Australia return. With these flight details is this a good price, is it cheap (for the product) or expensive.

London to Melbourne

Flight 1 Thursday, April 26, 2012

Departure: 09:40 London, United Kingdom – Heathrow, terminal 4
Arrival: 09:35 +1 day(s) Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam – Brunei International Note: includes 1 technical stop(s)
Aircraft: Boeing 777-200/200ER

Change of plane required. Time between flights : 2:15.

Flight 2 Friday, April 27, 2012

Departure: 11:50 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam – Brunei International
Arrival: 20:45 Melbourne, Australia – International, terminal 2

Melbourne to London

Flight 1 Thursday, July 26, 2012

Departure: 12:25 Melbourne, Australia – International, terminal 2
Arrival: 17:35 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam – Brunei International
Aircraft: Boeing 777-200/200ER

Change of plane required. Time between flights : 2:40.

Flight 2 Thursday, July 26, 2012

Departure: 20:15 Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam – Brunei International
Arrival: 05:55 +1 day(s) London, United Kingdom – Heathrow, terminal 4 Note: includes 1 technical stop(s)
Aircraft: Boeing 777-200/200ER

The cost is return. What do you think.
Total cost: 2,230.39 GBP

Thank you
Please say if it is good or bad. The cost is to Australia and back
business class. It was a spell check error

Heathrow Arrivals Help Desk answers:

This is a really cheap price for business class, I fly to Australia from london about once a year in business and usually pay approx. £3000. The cheapest I ever seen is about 3years ago when some airlines offered flights for £2000. Lately it’s been much harder to find flights under £3000.

Just remember though once you’ve tried business it’s almost impossible to go back to economy for those long haul flights!

Lizzie asks…

Heathrow airport to Guildford station?

Could someone tell me the best way (or cheapest way) to go to Guildford station from Heathrow airport? I’m going to arrive there from Japan, and arrival time will be 4:20ish.

Heathrow Arrivals Help Desk answers:

I quote
‘Travelling to the University(Guildford) from Heathrow Airport (between the hours of 0715 & 2205) the cheapest way to get to Guildford is on the bus/rail link via Woking. Tickets costing about £12 are available at the rail ticket desk in the terminal. The journey takes about one hour and involves a bus journey to Woking then a short train ride to Guildford. After 2115 it is possible to get to Guildford via London on the Underground Railway to Waterloo Station. The enquiry desk in the terminal will give more details.’

from website
http://portal.surrey.ac.uk/pls/portal/docs/PAGE/ACCOM/UG/ARRIVAL/TRAVELLING%20TO%20GUILDFORD_2010.PDF

Charles asks…

What London Underground ticket to buy to get from Heathrow Airport to Earls Court and cost??

hey, hope someone can advise me on which ticket to buy to travel from London Heathrow airport terminal 1 to Earls Court tube station – i will be spending 3 days in London but will only be travelling within zones 1 and 2 so as Heathrow is within tube zone 6 is it cheaper for me to buy a 3 day travelcard just for zones 1 and 2 and then buy separate tickets in and out to Heathrow or is there a better way- Advice would be greatly appreciated and the cost too please?? Thanks!

Heathrow Arrivals Help Desk answers:

A single journey on the underground costs £4.00, so that is a cost of a journey from Heathrow to Earls Court.

A zone 1&2 three-day travel card costs 16.40. So one way of looking at this is a total or 20.40.

However, assuming you are travelling after 9.30am during the week, or ar travelling at weekends. The cheapest answer is to buy a Zone 1-6 Travelcard on arrival, at a cost of 6.70. Buy a one-day off-peak zone 1&2 travel card, for each day that you are in London (£5.10). Then on the day you return, either buy a £4.00 one way ticket, or, if you are travelling around before you go, buy a Zone 1-6 one day ticket.
Note that if you are travelling during peak time, an all-day 1-6 card is very expensive.

Mary asks…

Get answers from millions of real people.?

hai this is the offer letter send from the KROFF’S metals company can i trust or this is one type of game to bluff and to cheat the public.
ATTN: ————————–.

The management and staff of kroffs metals company UK wishes to congratulate you on your appointment in the kroffs metals UK exercise. Your job status is as attached to this mail. Your job profile and activity shall be spelled out to you 3 days after your arrival to United Kingdom.
Your employment is binded under the following Conditions:

1. Your Visa and Work permit documents will be processed by this company, this includes all the expenses and necessary bottle necks. Your accommodation is ready, pending your arrival

2. Your flight ticket will be to you sent to you through our company’s operating bank here in United Kingdom.

3. You must report on the resumption date as stipulated on your letter of appointment. Any unforeseen circumstance which may lead to your unavoidable extension of arrival date must be approved by the board of kroffs metals UK.

4.You will be required to send your data’s and a scanned copy of your international passport immediately to the the UK immigration department through the contact we shall give you, your visa processing will follow due process, but you must always update us on any correspondence from the immigration department.

5. Your one month Upfront salary will be transfered to you as well as your ticket fees, immediately the UK Immigration department approves your visa .

6. Your salary and ticket fees will strictly be sent to you through the company’s operating bank, which you must be required to open an account with them immediately you receive your visa and work permit.

7. You will have to first of all contact an attorney with the contact details given below for him to come and sign the hard copies of your contract documents with our company as you are not presently residing here in UK .

law chamber (UK)
Contact Person: Barr.prince Edward
23 Cranbrook, Ilford, Essex,
IG1 4LX London UK
Tel: +44 702 406 8985
Fax: +44 870 471 0725
Email: uklawchambers@live.com
law.chambersuk@yahoo.com

8. All expatriates will have to pay for the charges to hire the attorney to sign his/her contract agreements with the company so you have to contact the attorney first before you can contact UK immigration services for your work papers.

If you agree with the above Conditions, you are hereby required to write us on your acceptance of our job offer, and further send an application to the UK immigration Office for a UK Visa/Work Permit
Send your Visa/Work permit Application to:

UNITED KINGDOM IMMIGRATION SERVICES
Terminal Four, London
Heathrow Airport Hounslow
TW6 3XB
UNITED KINGDOM
HEAD OF VISA PERMIT OPERATION
EMAIL; immigration_service_uk@live.com

You are required to contact the attorney immediately after signing the contract you can then apply for your immigration papers to the above details through email, to enable you join us as soon as possible.

Mr.Peter Trend
Human Resource Dept.
kroffs metals uk
Tel +44 702 405 6774
Fax +44 8715036936
United Kingdom.

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John asks…

London Transport !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!?

I’m coming to London next week for the first time. How much does a taxi cost from Heathrow Airport to an area called ‘Wren Street’? And should I arrange for a taxi before hand or can I just go there and ask for one upon arrival? Thanks in advance

Heathrow Arrivals Help Desk answers:

You can catch a black cab outside any of the terminals. Taxi ranks are well signposted.

However, a black cab is expensive, you’d be looking at between £55 and £65 for the taxi during normal working hours, however, travelling in rush hour (7.30am-9.30am and 3.30pm-6.30pm) due to heavier traffic or late at night will cost more.
Also, if you wish to book one, you have to pay a £7 waiting fee on top.

Http://www.londonblackcab.com/airport.htm

A cheaper option would be to organise a cab with one of the many mini cab services based near Heathrow. A quick google search will produce many results.

The cheapest option would be to catch a Piccadilly line tube train to Kings Cross St Pancras Station and then take a 10 walk down Grays Inn Road to Wren Street.
The Piccadilly line services all Heathrow terminals and trains run every few minutes. A single adult fare is only £4.00 and the journey will only take 15 – 20 minutes longer than it would in a cab.

Http://journeyplanner.tfl.gov.uk/user/XSLT_TRIP_REQUEST2?language=en

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