London Heathrow Airport

Heathrow Airport is a major international airport in London, United Kingdom. Heathrow is the second busiest airport in the world by international passenger traffic, as well as the busiest airport in Europe by passenger traffic, and the sixth busiest airport in the world by total passenger traffic. It is one of six international airports serving Greater London.

  • IATA code: LHR, ICAO code:  EGLL
  • Adress: 234 Bath Road, Harlington, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 5AP, GBR
  • Tel: +44 844 335 1801 or 0844 335 1801
  • eMail: lhr3feedback@baa.com
  • Website: heathrowairport.com

Terminals & Gates LHR

The passenger terminal complex at London Heathrow International now consists of four operational passenger terminals: 

  • T2, T3, T4 & T5 (T5: main terminal 5A & satellites 5B & 5C)
  • While T2, T3, T5 are located North of the runway – T4 is located South of the runway.  Both T3 & T2 can be reached from Bath Road A4, exit J4a, via a tunnel.  T4 is south of T2, off Great SW Road A30;  T5 is west of T3, off motorway A3044 – also accessible from M25, exit J14.

Getting Around at LHR

Transfer time connecting between two international flights – from landing at Heathrow, taking a transfer bus, going through hand baggage check, security check, airline check-in desk -until arriving at the departure lounge – the average transfer time from terminal to terminal is as follows:

  • Terminal 2 – transfer within T2 is 1 hr; transfer to T3 is 90 mins.
  • Terminal 3 – transfer within T3 is 60 mins; to T1 75 mins;  to T4 90 min.;  to T5 120 mins.
  • Terminal 4 – transfer within T4 is 45 mins;  to T3 90 mins; to T5 120 mins.
  • Terminal 5 – transfer within T5 is 45 mins; to either T3 or T4 – 120 mins.

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