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  • Airport Code: LHR
  • Country: England
  • Nearest City: London
  • Timezone: UTC+0
  • Official Website: www.heathrowairport.com
  • Address: Heathrow Point West, 234 Bath Rd, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 5APAddress
  • Coordinates: 51.469604,-0.453566
  • Distance to City: 24km
  • Terminals: 5
  • Airport Phone: 44(0)844 335 1801
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Car Hire London Heathrow Airport

The world's third-busiest airport, London Heathrow Airport handles a higher volume of passengers than any other E.U. airport, serving flights operated by more than 90 international airlines including Aer Lingus, Air Canada, Air France, bmi, British Airways, Iberia, KLM, Lufthansa, Quantas, and United Airlines.

As soon as you book your rental car with Nova Car Hire, you will receive a booking voucher via e-mail. It is vital that you print this and bring it with you. Refer to it for details of the opening hours of the car hire company that will be providing your rental car. On landing at London Heathrow Airport, go to the arrivals hall, where the car rental desks are located. The customer service representative will direct you to your hire car. Should your drop-off point be at an alternative location, details of the return location will be included on your voucher.

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The Art Deco Oxo Tower makes the ideal location to get your bearings and enjoy one of the best panoramas of London. Once you’ve seen the city from above, head west and take in the Royal National Theatre or the National Film Theatre. Then climb the steps to the Hayward Gallery and have a look at the Royal Festival Hall, before walking along the South Bank’s Jubilee Walkway to the Jubilee Bridge. After you pass the London Eye, walk through the centre of County Hall to the east end of Westminster Bridge and cross the road to take a bus to the stop directly after Piccadilly Circus.

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