London Buses route H26 is a Transport for London contracted bus route in London, England. Running between Sparrow Farm and Hatton Cross, it is operated by Abellio London.
Route H26 commenced operating on 28 August 1993 between Sparrows Farm Estate and Hatton Cross Station via Hounslow Road - Feltham High Street - Lower Feltham - Bedfont Lakes - Clockhouse Roundabout - Hatton Road - Stanwell Road - Southern Perimeter Road - Terminal 4 as a Monday to Saturday service. The route was initially operated by Capital Coaches from their Heathrow (CC) garage using North Western Coach Sales bodied Mercedes-Benz 609Ds.
On 26 April 1997, the route was rerouted in Lower Feltham and diverted to serve Cargo Area.
In October 1997, the route was included in the sale of Capital Coaches to Whyte’s Airport Services and was renamed Capital Logistics.
On 1 June 1999, the route was included in the sale of Capital Logistics to Tellings-Golden Miller.
In November 1999, the route was converted to low floor operation using Plaxton Pointer 2 bodied Dennis Dart SLFs.
On 4 December 1999, a Sunday service was introduced and was rerouted at Bedfont to run direct via Hatton Road instead of via Southern Perimeter Road.
On 8 January 2000, the allocation was transferred to West Drayton (WD) garage.
On 29 April 2000, the allocation was transferred to Fulwell (TF) garage.
On 8 January 2005, the route was retained by Tellings-Golden Miller.
On 17 June 2005, the route was included in the sale of Tellings-Golden Miller to Travel London.
In May 2009, the route was included in the sale of Travel London to Abellio London.
On 9 January 2010, the route was retained by Abellio London with Alexander Dennis Enviro 200 Darts introduced.
On 7 January 2017, the route was retained by Abellio London with brand new Enviro 200 MMC bodied Alexander Dennis E20Ds introduced.
- Sparrow Farm Central Parade
- Feltham Station
- Feltham Young Offenders Institution
- Hatton Cross Station