London Buses Airbus routes

London Buses Airbus Routes

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London Buses Airbus routes

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London Buses Airbus routes describes the dedicated routes run by London Buses and its successors to Heathrow Airport. The routes have the prefix letter A. Currently only one route exists, the A10, with four others having been withdrawn.

Route A10

Route A10 is a Transport for London contracted route. The service is currently contracted to First Centrewest.


The route was inaugurated in 1996 to link Uxbridge and Heathrow Airport, halving the time it took to travel between them. It also serves the Stockley Park business estate. Centrewest thus inherited Plaxton-bodied Darts, among the first low-floor Darts in London, which sported a blue and yellow livery, with a diagonal red stripe. The buses, numbered simply L1-L7, bore the slogan "Heathrow fast...and it is". Centrewest was bought out by First Group, and as a result their logo was added to the livery.

The new contract tender in 2008 specified standard (red) London buses to be introduced with First opting for Alexander Dennis Enviro200 Darts.

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