is one of the world's biggest and busiest airport hubs, so arriving at Heathrow can be a little daunting for travellers. As seasoned travellers, every one of the IHateTaxis.com team have, at one time or another, had to pass through Heathrow, and we can honestly say it is not nearly as chaotic and scary as it might feel at first.
You will arrive at one of four halls, terminals 1, 3, 4 or 5. You then either have to head towards the passport control which is well sign posted with 'Arrivals' signs, or you have to get to your onward departure terminal to catch your connecting flight.
Once you arrive at passport control you either have to join one queue for EU passport holders or another for all other nationalities. Once through you head for the baggage claim and, having collected your luggage, on to customs. Once through customs you have officially arrived in England and can organizes your onward transport by browsing through these pages if you have not already done so.
As a major hub airport Heathrow has thousands of passengers arriving daily who are merely passing through to a connecting flight. A highly efficient inter-terminal transport system is in place to make sure that your arrival at Heathrow for your connecting flight is as straightforward as possible. The official Heathrow Airport website has a detailed step-by-step connection plan which will help you work out which terminal you need to get to and how to get there.
As one of the world's biggest hubs, Heathrow is well prepared for your arrival so if you are equally prepared you should be able to arrive stress free with all the information at your fingertips.
Written by Todd Romaine