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Heathrow Airport Terminals

Heathrow currently has five operational terminals (1, 2, 3, 4 and 5). These serve over 80 airlines and in 2013 handled approximately 72.3 million passengers. A new Terminal 2 opened in 2014 after undergoing a major modernisation programme.

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Terminals

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 is home to all of Heathrow's domestic flights, as well as some European and long-haul destinations, with 19 airlines operating from it. In 2012, the terminal handled 13.8 million passengers on 114,830 flights.

Flight arrivals are located on the ground floor for international passengers and on the first floor for those arriving from the UK, Republic of Ireland and the Channel Islands.

There are 36 stores and 12 restaurants and bars located in Terminal 1. To find full details of these, as well as all the other services and facilities available in this terminal, follow the link below.

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Terminal 2

Terminal 2 mainly accommodates long-haul flights, although some are to European destinations. There are currently 26 airlines operating from it. In 2014 a brand new terminal opened. Flight arrivals are located on the ground floor at the front of the building.

There are 29 stores and 14 restaurants and bars located in Terminal 2. To find full details of these, as well as all the other services and facilities available in this terminal, follow the link below.

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Terminal 3

Terminal 3 mainly accommodates long-haul flights, although some are to European destinations. There are currently 22 airlines operating from it. In 2012, the terminal handled 18.4 million passengers on 92,639 flights. Flight arrivals are located on the ground floor at the front of the building.

There are 42 stores and 19 restaurants and bars located in Terminal 3. To find full details of these, as well as all the other services and facilities available in this terminal, follow the link below.

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Terminal 4

Flights operating from Terminal 4 are mainly for long-haul and European destinations. There are currently 36 airlines operating from it. In 2012, the terminal handled 10.4 million passengers on 60,109 flights. Flight arrivals are located on the ground floor.

There are 43 stores and 11 restaurants and bars located in Terminal 4. To find full details of these, as well as all the other services and facilities available in this terminal, follow the link below.

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Terminal 5

Terminal 5 is used exclusively by British Airways for both domestic and international flights with the exception of airline Iberia. In 2012, the terminal handled 29.8 million passengers on 199,627 flights.

There are 35 stores and 18 restaurants and bars located in Terminal 5. To find full details of these, as well as all the other services and facilities available in this terminal, follow the link below.

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Useful Links

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Details of all destinations and airlines served by each terminal.

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Terminal Maps

Plan your route through each terminal with terminal maps.

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Arrivals

Track incoming flights with live flight information.

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Departures

Track outgoing flights with live flight information.

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Heathrow Airport Shops

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Duty Free Shops at Heathrow

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Airport Hotels

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