A typical transit visa for the UK costs £33, and an airside straight transit visa to the UK costs £6. However, these prices could change because of the exchange rate.
Keep in mind that if you’re getting a transit visa from a country that isn’t the UK, you might have to pay an additional fee to the service provider or visa application center you’re using.
You should also decide the type of transit visa you need because prices may change. You can pass through the UK for a while with a regular transit visa before reaching your final stop. On the other hand, a straight air-side transit visa only lets you pass through the UK without entering the country.
It’s also important to keep in mind that the price of a transit visa is only for the person, not their family or group. So, each person must pay the transit visa price if traveling with others.
Other Costs Associated With UK Transit Visas
Aside from the visa fee itself and any additional fees that may be charged by the visa application centre, you may pay additional fees if you use a private / third-party agency to support your application.
Private agencies can ensure there are no errors with your documentation and increase your chances of approval.