On Wednesday 14th March we’re marking ten years since the Queen officially opened Heathrow Terminal 5. If you’re travelling through on the big day, join us for some music, Lego fun and some very special offers.
If you’re flying away with your family over the Easter break, the fun begins at Heathrow. Kids can join in one of our craft sessions and make an Easter card or decorate a cookie – and they might even meet some familiar characters. Read on to see what’s in store.
By the author of The Perfect GirlfriendMeeting A-list celebrities, learning to use handcuffs, worrying you’ve left the iron on … it’s all in a day’s work for the cabin crew. Here author Karen Hamilton, whose debut thriller is set in the world of international airlines, shines a light on her former life as a flight attendant.
Live music and Italian-style coffee – the perfect revival recipe for a cold, damp February. Caffè Nero, in Terminal 2 arrivals, is the place to be this month with performances from Louise Golbey, Rotem, Alex James Brierley, Emma Stevens, Miles Horn, Colourshop and James Lascelles.
Considering a sunshine break in Cyprus, or heading long-haul to the Mountain States? You’ve more choice of flights than ever from March 2018. United Airlines will be flying direct to Denver, Colorado, while new-to-Heathrow carrier Cobalt Air offers business-class comfort en route to Larnaca.