Flying from Heathrow is usually one of the easiest methods of getting to Dubai. Regular and accessible transport links, a wide choice of pre-flight entertainment options and a large selection of carriers flying to Dubai ensure that the journey is as stress-free as possible.
On average, over 80 direct flights depart from Heathrow to Dubai each week, with various airlines taking passengers to the Emirate. Emirates and British Airways are the most common carriers, with the Airbus A380 the most common aeroplane. There’s an even spread of departure times, and average flight time is just under seven hours.
Getting to Heathrow couldn’t be simpler. Rail and coach networks operate from all over the country, and underground and bus networks serve the airport from within London. Alternatively, there’s a range of parking options available for people looking to drive. From short stay to valet parking, there’s an option for everyone. Long stay parking can be booked online and in advance, often making it cheaper than turning up on the day. Regular shuttle buses take passengers between the car park and the terminals, so no lengthy walks are required.