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London Heathrow Airport (LHR)

London Heathrow Airport is the United Kingdom's principal airport serving close to 67 million passengers annually. Heathrow Airport is connected to over 160 destinations worldwide via 90 airlines. The airport is located 24 km west of London, and provides excellent connections to England's capital city by road and rail. London Underground 'Tube' trains to Central London leave every five minutes and take under an hour, whilst frequent Heathrow Express train to Paddington Station take just 15 minutes. The M4 motorway provides a fast road link between Heathrow and London. London Heathrow Airport has four main terminals: the first three terminals are connected by walkways, with Terminal 4 accessible via an Express train service. A new fifth terminal is scheduled to open in 2008, enabling Heathrow to handle up to 90 million passengers. London Heathrow Airport provides an unparalleled choice of shops, bars and restaurants; business, family and special needs facilities; car hire, medical assistance and information services.

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London LHR Airport - Transport & Services

  • Transportation to and from the Hethrow airport
    • By train :
      The Heathrow Express is a non-stop train service that offers the fastest travel option between London Heathrow International airport and central London. Trains run every quarter of the hour and the journey time is just 15 minutes. From Paddington you can catch trains to the west and south west of England.
    • By bus :
      Three direct, luxury coaches from Reading, Watford Junction and Woking rail stations and the 285 bus line from Feltham allow you to connect to the national rail network. Coaches run daily from early morning to late at night. The 285 bus runs 24 hours a day from London Heathrow International airport to Feltham station and tickets can be bought from the driver. During the night, the night bus N9 connects London Heathrow International airport with central London. The service runs every 30 minutes and operates from the central bus station. Most coaches pick up and set down passengers at the central bus station, which is located close to Terminals 1, 2 and 3, however, some services stop outside the terminals themselves. The central bus station is open 24 hours a day.
    • By Car :
      Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are located next to each other at the centre of Heathrow, whilst Terminal 4 is located to the south of the airport and has a separate entrance. London Heathrow International airport is situated close to two motorways, the M4 and the M25.
    • By National Express :
      The National Express 700 runs connects London Heathrow International airport with London Gatwick airport every 15-20 minutes in the morning, from outside Terminals 1, 3 and 4. It takes approximately 70 minutes to Gatwick's North and South Terminals. The cost is £17.50. After 12:00 the service operates every 30 minutes until 22:30. Tickets can be purchased at the Bus and Coach information desks located in Terminals 1, 3 and 4 or on the bus itself. The coaches pick up and set down at the Central Bus Station (Terminals 1, 2 and 3). For Termianl 4 coaches pick up on the arrivals level and set down at the departures level. National Express coaches 707, 717, 727 and 797 also operate half hourly to Gatwick and the journey takes approximately 70 minutes. Coaches run from the central bus station at Heathrow for Terminals 1, 2 and 3 and from outside Terminal 4 arrivals. They set down outside Gatwick North and South Terminals. National Express runs a coach every hour between Heathrow and London Stansted airport, with a journey time of approximately 90 minutes. Services are less frequent in the evenings, early mornings and throughout the night.
    • By Heathrow Express Train :
      The Heathrow Express departs from Paddington and the airport stations (Terminals 1, 2 and 3 and Terminal 4) every 15 minutes, with a journey time of 15 minutes. Heathrow Connect lines operate between the same stations, but run half hourly and are a slower, stopping service. Passengers can also travel to and from London Heathrow International airport and the centre of London on the Piccadilly line tube.
    • By taxi :
      London taxis are available outside each terminal. The cost to central London is £45-£50 and the journey time is approximately one hour.
  • Various facilities of the London Heathrow International airport

    • Parking:
      Long stay airport parking at Heathrow is suitable for all travellers. Heathrow Parking Express is a popular long stay option. Heathrow business car parks are located close to the Terminals with a fast and frequent transfer service. Heathrow short stay parking is available at each terminal, a short distance from the entrance, and is recommended for stays of up to five hours. The Heathrow valet parking service offers the convenience of dropping your car at the terminal forecourt and having it delivered back to you on your return.
    • General rules: As far as the hand luggage is concerned, each passenger may take only one item of hand baggage through security control. It must be no larger than:

      • 56cm tall
      • 45cm wide
      • 25cm deep


      Other bags, such as handbags, may be carried within the single item of cabin baggage, but not separately. All items carried will be X-ray screened. As far as travelling with liquids is concerned, only limited quantities of liquids may be carried through security control as hand baggage. This includes bottled drinks, suntan lotion, fragrances, cosmetics and toiletries. The following restrictions apply to all liquids, creams, gels, pastes and aerosols taken through security control:

      • Liquid items may only be carried in containers holding up to 100ml.
      • They must be carried separately in a single transparent, re-sealable plastic bag.
      • The bag must be no larger than 20cm x 20cm and all items must fit inside so that it closes properly.
      • At security control the bag must be placed separately on the conveyor belt for screening.
      • Liquid items larger than 100ml should be packed in your hold luggage, otherwise they will be confiscated. Exceptions to the 100ml rule can be made for baby food or milk. However, you should only carry what you need for the flight, and you may be asked to taste these items at security control. Items that are not allowed are sharp or pointed items must not be carried in hand baggage and will be confiscated at security control. This includes knives, scissors, razor blades, cutlery, tools, hiking poles, hypodermic needles (unless medical necessity can be proved), catapults, corkscrews, toy or replica guns, sporting bats or cues and darts. Cigarette lighters and non-safety matches may not be carried. However, you can carry one cigarette lighter on your person.
    • Shopping : For most destinations, anything you buy after security control can be taken on board the aircraft, including bottled water, wines and spirits, fragrances and cosmetics in sizes over 100ml. Some of the shops you may find at the airport are:

      A World of Software, Accessorize, Agent Provocateur, Austin Reed, Bagel Street, Barbour, Body Shop, Books.Co, Boots, British Museum Company, Bulgari, Burberry, Cartier, Case, Caviar House, Chanel, Chez Gerard, Chocolate Box, Christian Dior, Church & Co, Cigar House, Clarks, Coffee Republic, David Clulow, Dixons Tax Free, Emporio Armani, Ermenegildo Zegna, Escada, Fortnum & Mason, Franklins, French Connection, Gassan, Gifts for All, Glorious Britain, Goldsmiths, Gucci, HMV, Hackett, Hamleys, Harrods, Hugo Boss, Impulse,Jo Malone, Krispy Kreme, Kurt Geiger, L'Oreal, LK Bennett, La Brioche Doree, LadbrokesLinks of London, MacMappin & Webb, Mont Blanc, Mulberry, National Shoeshine, Nike, O'Briens, O'Neill's, Omega, Past Times, Paul Smith, Pen Shop, Perfume Gallery, Pontis, Primus, Reiss, Rolling Luggage, Salvatore Ferragamo, Smythson of Bond Street, Spectrum Interactive, Starbucks, Swarovski, Swatch, TGI Friday's, Taste of Britain, Ted Baker, The Beauty Studio, The Skylark, The Three Bells, The Tin Goose, Thomas Pink, Thorntons, Tie Rack, Rolling Luggage, Tods', Tumi, Urban Retreat, Van Heusen, Versace, Voyager Entertainment, WHSmith, Wetherspoons, Whistlestop, Whittard of Chelsea, World Duty Free, World of Whiskies, YO! Sushi.

London LHR Airport - Terminals

  • Terminal 1
    The check-in area for Terminal 1 is on the first floor of the terminal building. All flight numbers and destinations are displayed on the monitors at the entrance to the terminal, indicating which zone to check in at. It is advised to check in as early as possible, for example for long-haul flights you need to be at the check-in counter three hours prior to departure. For european flights, you need to check-in two hours prior to departure. For UK and Ireland flights, you need to be there 90 minutes prior to departure. Self service check-in is available to some passengers departing from Terminal 1 and can be a good way to save time on your journey through the airport. In Terminal 1 there are self service check-in kiosks for passengers flying with the following airlines: Aer Lingus, bmi British Midland, British Airways, GB Airways.
    • Business lounges
      If you want to upgrade your airport experience, there are Business Lounges where you can simply relax with complimentary drinks and snacks. Airlines such as Aer Lingus, Alliance, British Airways, bmi, El Al, Finnair, South African Airways, Cyprus Airways, Icelandair, Brussels Airlines also provide lounges for their business and first class passengers departing from Terminal 1.
    • Family Facilities
      Child friendly restaurants are easy to find throughout the London Heathrow International airport. Garfunkels has a full children's menu complete with an activity pack. There is also Giraffe, a fun family restaurant in Terminal 1 offering a children's meal deal comprising of a main course, ice-cream and fruit juice. Baby changing facilities are located with other toilet facilities before and after security control in each of the Heathrow terminals.
    • The airlines that depart from Terminal 1 are:
      • Aer Lingus
      • Air Seychelles
      • Bmi British Midland
      • British Airways
      • British Mediterranean Airways
      • Cyprus Airways
      • El Al Israel Airlines
      • Finnair
      • GB Airways
      • LOT Polish Airlines etc...
  • Terminal 2
    The check-in area for Terminal 2 is on the ground floor of the terminal building. All flight numbers and destinations are displayed on the monitors at the entrance to the terminal, indicating which desk to check in at. Self service check-in (online and kiosk) is available to some passengers departing from Terminal 2 and can be a good way to save time on your journey through the airport. In Terminal 2 there are self service check-in kiosks (located near the standard check-in desks) for passengers flying with the following airlines: Air France and Lufthansa.
    • The airlines that depart from Terminal 2 are:
      • Aeroflot
      • Air Algerie
      • Air France
      • Alitalia
      • Austrian Airlines
      • China Eastern
      • Croatia Airlines
      • CSA Czech Airlines
      • Iberia
      • Icelandair
      • JAT Yugoslav Airlines
      • Libyan Arab Airlines
      • Lufthansa
      • Luxair
      • Malev
      • Olympic Air
      • Royal Air Maroc
      • Swiss International Airlines
      • Syrianair
      • TAP Air Portugal
      • Tarom
      • Tunisair etc...
  • Terminal 3
    Check-in area is located on the ground floor of Terminal 2. Departures and arrivals are located on the first floor. Self service check-in is available for British Airways, SAS and Virgin Atlantic. An airside departure lounge for children between 5 and 14 years of age. The Jetterz kids club is equipped with TV, DVD player, reading material, computer games, toys and games. It is fully supervised at all times and open between 08:00 and 19:00. The cost per child is £15.00 for the first two hours and £10.00 thereafter.
    • The airlines that depart from Terminal 3 are:
      • Air Canada
      • Air China
      • Air India
      • Air Jamaica
      • Air Mauritius
      • Air New Zealand
      • American Airlines
      • British Airways
      • British West Indian Airways
      • Cathay Pacific Airways
      • Egypt Air
      • Emirates
      • Ethiopian Airlines
      • Gulf Air
      • Iran Air
      • Japan Airlines
      • Jet Airways
      • Korean Air
      • Kuwait Airways
      • Malaysia Airlines System
      • MEA Middle East Airlines
      • Qatar Airways
      • Royal Jordanian
      • SAS
      • Saudi Arabian Airlines
      • Singapore Airlines
      • Thai Airways International
      • Turkish Airlines
      • United Airlines
      • Virgin Atlantic Airways etc...
  • Terminal 4
    In Terminal 4 there are self service check-in kiosks (located near the standard check-in desks) for passengers flying with the following airlines: British Airways and KLM.

    Passengers travelling from Terminal 4 can keep the kids entertained in the KLM Holideck lounge. For a small fee they'll have the run of two floors of this purpose-built lounge with views of the runway from the Flight Deck and complimentary refreshments, magazines, interactive toys and games for pre-school children to be found on the Main Deck. There are also a number of shops in most terminals which have computer and arcade games to keep children and teenagers occupied while you enjoy the shopping. WHSmith and World News offer a wide range of magazines, comics and puzzle books to keep children entertained in the departure lounge and in the air. Colouring packs containing crayons and a colouring book can be picked up free from the BAA information desks.
    • The airlines that depart from Terminal 4 are:
      • Air India
      • Air Malta
      • British Airways
      • Kenya Airways
      • KLM
      • Brussels Airlines etc...
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