ABOUT US

Welcome To Brighton Airport Transfer!

We have been helping tourists and residents in Brighton & Hove to find a professional and reliable transport service. We provide 24 Hour airport transfers, seaport port transfers, chauffeur services & long distance travel to all UK airports and to any city. Our service is the perfect option for when you are travelling for business or pleasure. For airport transfers we provide a responsive service by tracking your flight landing time to ensure your driver is ready to meet you upon arrival. Whether your flight is early or unfortunately running late, you can rest easy knowing your pick up time has been amended accordingly. We are based in Brighton & Hove with many years of experience in the business.

With our large fleet of vehicles from our more affordable economy cars saloon & estate vehicles, 6-8 seater mini-buses to our luxury Executive car fleet such as our Mercedes E Class, Mercedes S Class and Mercedes V Class.  We can guarantee to have the right vehicle for you. All our drivers & chauffeurs have been extensively CRB checked, hold BTEC level 2  qualification in disability awareness and have the upmost professional standards, our ethos is a client focused service to provide the best service possible at all times. All our drivers have local knowledge of the roads and plan meticulously before any long distance journey to avoid traffic and unwanted delays so can experience a safe, smooth and comfortable  journey, travel in confidents, you can be assured we won’t let you down. 

Our fixed price promise to all airports ensures that you’ll only ever pay the price quoted with no surge fares for the time your journey takes. Booking couldn’t be simpler.

Brighton Airport Transfer is Brighton’s leading taxi & Chauffeur service. We focus on customer service and aim to provide our customers with a swift response time having a large fleet of vehicles all fitted with GPS real time tracking. As a result we are able to provide our customers with accurate estimates on journey times and booking time-scales.



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We are fully licensed and approved by Brighton and Hove City council and all our drivers are DBS checked to ensure passenger safety. For your convenience we accept bookings through our our Website or by Phone.

Our company has a proud trading history and our goal is a 100% satisfaction for passengers & clients in all aspects of our service. All our staff play a vital role in allowing the company to maintain its relationships with you our customer and we welcome your feedback.

Brighton Airport Transfer  your ultimate, luxury travel solution.

Brighton is a seaside resort in the county of East Sussex. It is a constituent part of the city of Brighton and Hove, created in 2001 from the formerly separate towns of Brighton and Hove. Brighton is located on the south coast of England, positioned 47 miles south of London.

Brighton has several railway stations, many bus routes, coach services and taxis. A Rapid Transport System has been under consideration for some years. Trolleybuses, trams, ferries and hydrofoil services have operated in the past.

Brighton is connected to the national road network by the A23 (London Road) northwards, and by two east–west routes: the A259 along the coast and the A27 trunk route inland. The A23 joins the M23 motorway at Pease Pottage near Gatwick Airport. The A27 originally ran through the urban area along Old Shoreham Road and Lewes Road, but it now follows the route of the Brighton Bypass (opened in 1990) and the old alignment has become the A270.

A bypass was first proposed in 1932, six routes were submitted for approval in 1973, and the Department of the Environment published its recommended route in 1980. Public enquiries took place in 1983 and 1987, construction started in 1989 and the first section—between London Road at Patcham and the road to Devil’s Dyke—opened in summer 1991. By 1985 there were about 5,000 parking spaces in central Brighton. The largest car parks are at London Road, King Street, and the Churchill Square/Regency Road/Russell Road complex. In 1969, a 520-space multi-storey car park was built beneath the central gardens of Regency Square.

BRIGHTON STATION CONCOURSE

Frequent trains operate from Brighton railway station. Many Brighton residents commute to work in London and destinations include London Victoria, London Bridge and St Pancras International. Most trains serve Gatwick Airport, and those operated by Thameslink continue to St Albans, Luton, Luton Airport Parkway and Bedford. The fastest service from London Victoria takes 51 minutes. The West Coastway Line serves stations to Hove, Worthing, Portsmouth and Southampton; and the East Coastway Line runs via Lewes to Newhaven, Eastbourne, Hastings and Ashford, Kent, crossing the landmark London Road viaduct en route and providing “a dramatic high-level view” of Brighton. A wider range of long-distance destinations was served until 2007–08 when rationalisation caused the ending of InterCity services via Kensington (Olympia) and Reading to Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh. Twice-daily long-distance services to Bristol and Great Malvern are operated by Great Western Railway via the West Coastway Line.

Until deregulation in 1986, bus services in Brighton were provided by Southdown Motor Services and Brighton Borough Transport under a joint arrangement called “Brighton Area Transport Services”. Southdown were part of the nationalised NBC group and were based at Freshfield Road in the Kemptown area; Brighton Borough Transport were owned by the council and used the former tram depot at Lewes Road as their headquarters. Joint tickets were available and revenue was shared. The Brighton & Hove Bus Company, owned by the Go-Ahead Group since 1993, now runs most bus services in Brighton. Its fleet has about 280 buses. Compass Travel, The Big Lemon, Metrobus, Stagecoach South operate services to central Brighton. The city had 1,184 bus stops in 2012, 456 of which had a shelter. Real-time travel information displays are provided at many stops.

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The only park and ride facility in Brighton is based at the Withdean Stadium. It does not offer a dedicated shuttle bus service: intending passengers must join the Brighton & Hove Bus Company’s route 27 service to Saltdean—which travels via Brighton railway station, the Clock Tower and Old Steine—and pay standard fares. The 20-year City Plan released in January 2013 ruled out an official park-and-ride facility, stating it would be an “inefficient use of public money, particularly in an era of declining car use”. Councillors and residents in Woodingdean and Rottingdean have claimed that streets and car parks in those areas have become unofficial park-and-ride sites: drivers park for free and take buses into the city centre.

Brighton Airport is 9 miles (14 km) west of Brighton near the town of Shoreham-by-Sea.

Gatwick Airport is 22 miles (35 km) north on the A23; and regular coach and rail services operate from Brighton to the Airport.

Brighton is a renowned city in Eastern England. It is almost a 66.76 mile driver from London Heathrow airport. Cabs from Brighton to Heathrow and or Heathrow to Brighton are often preferred as they are fastest roadway means. Brighton can be reached via tubes and buses in no less than 2 hours.

Brighton falls at a distance of 66.76 miles from the UKs busiest airport, Heathrow.

LHR being the central hub of England, Brighton is commutable from the airport through buses, trains and tubes. Despite these amenities, service users travelling to and from the airport opt for cab services owing to ease and speed.

Taking a cab from Brighton to Heathrow is often advisable as there are many cheap and affordable taxi services running from Brighton to Heathrow. Although cheaper alternatives are available, yet cab services from Brighton to Heathrow serves the best, be it time or cost.

Brighton is almost 66.76 miles away from Heathrow. A drive, Cabs or taxis are the most fastest means to travel to and from Brighton and Heathrow.

Taxi ranks and stands are right outside the Heathrow Terminals. But if you are looking to book cheaper cabs from Heathrow to Brighton, then you can also try for service providers like Minicab airport transfer who are available in a couple of miles from airport. You can pre-book with them through online, email and calls, and their reliable services will be available on time.

Yes, many taxis from Heathrow do take payments via credit cards. You can opt to pre-book with operators like Minicab airport transfer, Great Britain airport transfer who offer flexibility in terms of payment methods.

Heathrow is one of the busiest airports in the world, and there are many service providing taxi ranks and cab operator lined outside the terminal. You can opt for reliability by pre-booking cabs online to avoid hassle. Sites like taxi compare, provide excellent comparisons and competitive fares guaranteed on affordability and timely services.

It is always advised to hire a cab service if you wish to travel from Heathrow with lots of luggage. This is to save your hassle.

Uber services can be sought from Heathrow airport. It however cannot be assured that Uber are always cheaper. Uber fare are fluctuating depending on how busy they are. But alternatives like GBAirport Transfer and Minicabairport transfer are comparatively cheaper.

All minicab airport transfer services and taxi services are highly reliable and safe as they are licensed and recognized by the Transport for London.

If you are planning for a transfer from Heathrow to Brighton, then pre-booking is suggested. This is to ensure that you travel in a relaxed mode. Reliable service provider like BAT and GBAT are punctual with prompt communications to ensure that your travel becomes an easy pie.

If you are looking to book a cab from Heathrow to Brighton, then you do it online, or over the phone. You can visit comparison sites like MYTAXE as they have a range of reliable service providers like BAT. Their services are easy to access online.

A taxi is a hackney carriage licensed to pick service users from roadside. A private hire or a minicab is vehicle that works under licensed operators and they can be sought only via making bookings.

Yes we are available all round the clock. Our support services are available 24/7 on all days of the year.

Different service providers offer different prices, but standard charges with BAT for muti-purpose vehicles accommodating 4 passengers and 4 luggage is GBP onwards.

Your ideal cab type can be chosen depending on number of people travelling and number of luggage they have. For instance, a standard saloon cab can accommodate either a combination of 4 passengers with 2 luggage or the other way. You can discuss it with the operators like BAT, you are booking with, and they will help you find the right cab type.

Our range of cab types include standard Saloon, E-Class, Estate, Multipurpose (4/6) vehicles, 8 seaters, 9 seaters and minivan.

There are many advantages of taking taxi/minicab from Heathrow to Brighton compare to bus and train. Taxi. Minicab are customized solely toto cater your transfer. They come with necessary stops and detours should you need any. They pick you and drop you on designated times as per your terms without any delays.

Drivers are allocated to serve you. A pre-booked and confirmed transfer puts you on advantage to have your driver waiting for you.

All our airport transfers comes with free wait times of 45 minutes from the time of flight landing. Any additional delays costs 8 GBP every 30 minutes plus the parking charges.

You can pre-book your taxi using our online system, and we will have our driver waiting for you on time. If you are a student, the you can submit your student ID card and get special student discount.

Yes, once you make a reservation with us, you will get an unconfirmed reservation with your transfer details. You can pay for it and confirm it to get a full confirmation.

There would not be any additional charges as long as your number accommodate within booked cab type. Additional charge will be applicable when a bigger can size is booked.

You can catch bus at Brighton bus station to london and then on to Heathrow but it will be too much hassle as with luggges best way to get to heathrow will be taxi/cabs from Brighton which id door to door service,

There is no direct train to Brighton from heathrow so you havw to catch train to london then on to Brighton but taking taxi/cabs will be at arrival to your home will be quicker and hassle free.

We offer great prices for taxi trips from Heathrow to Brighton which will be around £101.76 for MPV6(SUV) cars.

We offer great prices for taxi trips from Heathrow to Brighton which will be around £106.816 for 8 seater van.

We offer great prices for taxi trips from Heathrow to Brighton which will be around £120.168 for 9 minibus.