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Luxury Airport Transfers & Chauffeur service

Our Airport Transfer Service

Booking with Southend Airport Transfers couldn't be easier. Whether it is for business or pleasure you can enjoy the ultimate in comfort, style and convenience every time you travel through Heathrow. You will be driven by an industry-leading, experienced chauffeur in one of the safest and most comfortable vehicles available in the United Kingdom (UK).

Arrange your service from any UK address to Heathrow and then have a chauffeur waiting to greet you when you land at Heathrow for your return journey. Southend Chauffeurs are the leading company for your Heathrow executive chauffeur car.

For travelling families, we offer a child friendly chauffeur service and are able to provide child and infant seats a

As well as the major commercial airports and carriers, we provide services to the private jet centres located in and around London.

For a quotation we request that you email your proposed itinerary, including numbers of passengers, luggage and other requirements to us. We will then be able to give you an accurate quotation 


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We give a discount on your first booking with us 

Heathrow Airport History

Additional Information

Heathrow Airport originated in 1929 as a small airfieldGreat West Aerodrome on land south-east of the hamlet of Heathrow from which the airport takes its name. At that time the land consisted of farms, and orchards  there was a "Heathrow Farm" approximately where the modern Terminal 2 is situated, a "Heathrow Hall" and a "Heathrow House." This hamlet was largely along a country lane (Heathrow Road), which ran roughly along the east and south edges of the present central terminals area.

Development of the whole Heathrow area as a much larger airport began in 1944. It was stated to be for long-distance military aircraft bound for the Far East; by the time the airfield was nearing completion, World war 11 had ended, and the UK Government continued to develop the airport as a civil airport. The airport was opened on 25 March 1946 as London Airport and was renamed Heathrow Airport in 1966. The layout for the airport was designed by Sir Frederick Gibbard who designed the original terminals and central area buildings, including the original control tower and the multi-faith Chapel of St George's.

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