Quick guide on which airlines fly to and from Heathrow Terminals
Our quick guide is just what you need to ensure you end up at the correct terminal for your holiday or business trip.
Heathrow Terminal Information
Terminal 2 – Terminal 2 was London Heathrow's first terminal. Originally opening in 1955, was redeveloped in 2009 and was reopened in 2014. Since it's reopening, it has now joined Terminal 5 in offering domestic services as well as international flights. Below are just a few of the airlines that fly to and from Terminal 2:
- British Airways
- Air Canada
- Air New Zealand
- Turkish Airlines
- Air China
For a full list of the airlines that fly from terminal 2, follow the link: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/terminal-2.html
Terminal 3 – Terminal 3 was opened in 1961 and is currently used by 18 airlines carrying 18.4 million passengers. It is mainly used for long-haul flights, but it does offer some European destinations.
Listed below are just some of the airlines that fly from Terminal 3:
- British Airways
- American Airlines
- Virgin Atlantic
- US Airways
To see a full list of the airlines that fly from this terminal, click the following link: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/terminal-3.html
Terminal 4 – Terminal 4 opened in 1986 and houses 35 airlines and 10.4 million passengers. Whilst specialising in long-haul flights, Terminal 4 also offer some European flights as well. The major airlines that fly from this terminal are Air India, Delta and KLM but a few others also operate from Terminal 4:
- Air France
- Qatar Airways
- Etihad Airways
- China Southern
To view a list that features all of the airlines that fly from Terminal 4, click the following link: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/terminal-4.html
Terminal 5 – The most recent of the terminals, Terminal 5 was opened in 2008 at the cost of £4 billion. With 5 floors that are large enough to hold over 40 football pitches, it is used exclusively by British Airways and Iberia. In 2013 alone, 29.8 million passengers flew from Terminal 5.
Despite not hosting numerous airlines, Terminal 5 offers Car Hires and Business services as well as bureau de change and valet parking services. For more information, click the link: http://www.heathrow-airport-guide.co.uk/terminal-5.html
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