Airport Transfers Chelsea
Book Your Taxi To All London Airports Now
Enjoy a relaxing and guaranteed comfort ride to your London port of travel from any part of the Chelsea SW3 and SW10 postcodes.
We drive to the following London airports:
- Chelsea SW3 to Heathrow Airport (LHR)
- Chelsea SW3 to Gatwick Airport (LGW)
- Chelsea SW3 to Stansted Airport (STN)
- Chelsea SW3 to Luton Airport (LTN).
When time is of the essence Snappy Airport Transfers delivers happiness and smiles to satisfied customers.
Pre-book your airport taxi cab with a few clicks 24 hours a day. You don't have to call us as our website accepts online bookings for your ultimate convenience.
The advantages of the Snappy offer
- Cheap shuttle transfers
- Comfortable 7-seater minivans
- Expert and friendly drivers
- Short-notice and pre-booked appointments
- Services available 24/7, holidays included
- All-round, dedicated customer support.
Our shuttle cabs
Guaranteeing your comfort is a task of paramount importance to us. This is why we rely on some of the best 7-seater minivans of the last few years as voted by leading websites and auto-magazines. You can expect to be picked up by models like Citroen Grand C4 Picasso, Mercedes Viano, Ford Galaxy or Renault Grand Scenic. All these 7-seaters offer luxurious comfort not only for single passengers but families and small corporate groups as well.
The Snappy drivers
One of the reasons why we are so preferred and popular among residents and guests in all of London is our team of friendly professional drivers who are not just reliable and calm, but great fun to travel with as well. Most of them have long years of experience in navigating the heavy London traffic, they know the best routes and shortcuts and can quickly detour traffic jams or road works. With the Snappy drivers in the pilot seat you know you will get to your destination quickly and safely!
Destinations and Timetables
- Getting from Chelsea to Heathrow Airport – taking the A4 and the M4 routes it would take about 23 minutes to cover the 13,8 miles from Chelsea to Heathrow Airport in light traffic. You should bear in mind that this is a busy intersection of the city and traffic is seldom light, so plan at least double that time during the day and probably triple the time (well over 60 minutes) in rush hour.
- Getting from Chelsea to Gatwick Airport – we usually take the London Orbital Motorway to reach Gatwick, which is roughly a 38-mile ride due south. If we have luck we can cover the distance in just under one hour, but plan an hour and a half for congestion reasons.
- Getting from Chelsea to Luton Airport – we prefer the M1 motorway through Watford and St. Albans, which is a 36-mile ride due north. The ride takes about 80 minutes in light traffic but plan up to two hours in the peak of the day.
- Getting from Chelsea to Stansted Airport –we usually take the M11 through Chigwell and Epping, a lofty 42 miles north. The ride through Essex is usually calm, and we cover the distance in about 85 minutes, but you should plan a 2-hour drive for some peace of mind.
Areas of coverage
You need a quick ride from a point just outside Chelsea, but you are not certain whether you can count on us? Don’t worry, Snappy Airport Transfers can pick you up from any given address in Southwest London, including:
- Earls Court
- West Brompton
Book a cab
It is even easier than you would imagine! You can pre-book a cab online and set up the hour of our arrival and your destination or you can just give us a quick call on 020 3369 9947, and we will work out the details!
What do people say about our service?
“I was really worried that I messed up my transfer to Luton because my flight was at 4 A.M. and I couldn’t get a single mini-cab company that would answer the phone in the middle of the night. After a frantic search online I came upon your site and immediately booked a cab online. The car arrived in 30 minutes! I actually had a time for a coffee and a sandwich at the airport!”
“The worst choice when you travel with a lot of luggage is to use the public transport, especially during rush hours. Lately, I always use Snappy for my Heathrow escapades – it is much faster than a regular bus, an incomparably more comfortable!”
Did you know that…
- Queen Elizabeth I grew up in Chelsea Manor, which was bought by her father Henry VIII in 1536. His chancellor Sir Thomas Moore also lived there.
- During the 17th and the 18th century Chelsea was known as the “village of palaces” and had just 5000 residents.
- During the late 19th and early 20th century Chelsea was best known as the Bohemian quarter of London, attracting the most famous painters, poets and novelists in the country. People like John Sargent, Dante Rossetti, George Meredith, Algernon Swinburne and Thomas Carlyle all lived and worked here.
- Notorious genius Oscar Wilde also resided in Chelsea at 34 Tite Street (the building is now commemorated with a blue plaque).
- According to urban legend John Tolkien, finished the last chapters of The Lord of the Rings in a rented house in Chelsea.
- In the 1960s and 1970s Chelsea, was at the head of the hippie and punk movement, attracting The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Vivienne Westwood with is vibrant spirit and colourful atmosphere.
- Even today Chelsea attracts a multitude of celebrity VIPs, including Dame Maggie Smith and Cate Middleton (before she became the Duchess of Cambridge).