Last updated: 25/11/2020
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At RailAir, your safety is our top priority. In the wake of the evolving impacts of coronavirus, we are working with the Government and wider industry to ensure we are following the latest advice to keep you safe on our coaches.
Following on from Government’s publication of its ‘safer transport’ guidance for bus and coach operators, we have introduced safe capacities across our fleet. These measures have been introduced across our coaches to ensure the safety of our colleagues and customers during Covid19 and can be viewed via the link below.
RailAir 1 is changing! Changes to our RailAir service between Reading & Heathrow from 28 November 2020
We're delighted to announce that from Saturday 28 November, RailAir 1 will serve additional stops at Reading Cemetery Junction and Bray Wick. These stops have been included following feedback from Heathrow Airport employees and the revised timetable can be viewed below.
Current RailAir Timetables
RailAir 1: Reading to Heathrow – From Wednesday 10th September 2020, RailAir 1 will no longer be able to serve Heathrow Terminal 2. Passengers will need to alight at Heathrow Central Bus Station.
RailAir 2: Guildford to Heathrow – The service will be reintroduced with a normal hourly timetable. The stops at Compass Centre will be used as normal bus stops rather than a drop off point.
|RailAir 1 Timetable||Click here to download the RailAir 1 timetable.|
|RailAir 2 Timetable||Click here to download the RailAir 2 timetable.|
There will be some changes to the way you can use our services. You can view these changes below in the FAQ section.
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Supporting the national effort with the NHS Test & Trace App:
We would like to encourage all passengers travelling with us to download the NHS Covid-19 Track and Trace app. Anyone aged 16 or over who lives in England or Wales can use the app. The app allows you to report symptoms, order a Coronavirus test and check into venues.
For our customers in Scotland we request you download the Protect Scotland app from NHS Scotland’s Test and Protect.
How do I access them?
Both of these apps are designed to help us protect each other and reduce the spread of coronavirus.
The England and Wales NHS COVID-19 app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play here.
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The Protect Scotland app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play here.
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You can contact our customer services team via phone on 0345 646 0707 between 7am-7pm Mon-Fri and 9am-5pm on weekends and bank holidays.
Alternatively you contact us on Twitter @RailAir
For mobile tickets (mTickets) bought in our app, please email our mTicket support team firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the mobile number and email address associated with your mTicket account. Alternatively, please call us on 0330 094 7577. Phone lines for mTicket support are open between 9am and 5pm.
Please be advised that our operators may be busy due to increased volume of enquiries but will do their best to assist you.
Important information and links:
Please visit the NHS website for up to date information on Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The latest information on the current situation can be found online and is updated by the Government.
Ticket Refund Queries
At present, our services are still operating and tickets are purchased in line with our Conditions of Travel. However, the latest guidance on ticket status can be viewed on our help and information page here (FAQ section).
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