As the largest and busiest airport in the UK, Heathrow Airport offers flights to over 180 worldwide destinations. With a range of both long and short haul destinations, customers travelling from Heathrow Airport can fly to UK and European mainland destinations such as Edinburgh, Paris and Warsaw as well as destinations in Asia, Australasia, Africa and America. Heathrow Airport is the fourth busiest Airport in the world and serves as an international hub as well as a gateway to London and the UK.
Heathrow Airport consists of 5 terminals numbered 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 and each of these serves a variety of destinations and airlines. Handling up to 90 million passengers per year, Heathrow Airport can get very busy so it is important to know your terminal before you arrive at the airport in order to avoid any stressful delays to your journey. There are also designated car parks for the different terminals, so make sure you check that youve got the right car park for your terminal before booking your airport parking.
Opened over 40 years ago, Terminal 1 at Heathrow Airport is home to the airports second largest airline, BMI as well as Lufthansa, United Airlines and a number of smaller European carriers. The terminal serves around 50 destinations ranging from Addis Ababa to Dublin. Car parking servicing this terminal includes Heathrow Airport Park 1 - Terminal 1
Terminal 2 at Heathrow is currently under construction and due to re-open in 2014 replacing the previous buildings which were the first to be opened at Heathrow in 1955. Destinations from Terminal 2 are likely to include Munich, Bangkok and Los Angeles.
Originally built to accommodate long haul carriers, airlines now operating at Terminal 3 include Virgin Atlantic, Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Qantas. A wide variety of long haul destinations includes Delhi, Dubai, Hong Kong, Sydney and Singapore. You can get to terminal 3 with ease from Heathrow Airport Long Stay Parking and Heathrow Airport Business Parking Terminals 1 & 3
Terminal 4 is connected to terminals 1, 2 and 3 via the Heathrow Cargo Tunnel and operates flights from airlines included in the Sky Team Alliance. Destinations from terminal 4 range from short haul flights to Paris and Amsterdam to long haul destinations such as Nairobi, Dhaka and Toronto. Parking nearby Terminal 4 includes Heathrow Airport Business Parking T4
Terminal 5 is Heathrow Airports newest terminal opened in 2008. The terminal operates flights exclusively from Heathrows largest airline, British Airways, who offer flights to over 100 worldwide destinations including UK destinations such as Aberdeen and Newcastle upon Tyne. For easy access to Terminal 5, Airparks offers Heathrow Business Parking Terminal 5 and Heathrow Long Stay - Terminal 5
Heathrow Airport has an international reputation as a busy and diverse UK airport. With such a wide variety of destinations served from Heathrow and nearly 100 different airlines operating from the 5 terminals it is easy to see why.