For the first time you can fly from Europe to Australia in a single hop. Qantas’ new non-stop Heathrow–Perth flight is officially the quickest way to get Down Under.
Perth is a great jumping off point for exploring Western Australia. But even if you’re on a short stopover, there’s plenty to do in the city by the sea. Here former resident Elke Hogan picks her five favourite ways to spend time in Perth.
Whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure, there’s more of China to choose from this summer. Fly direct to Xi’an, Qingdao or Changsha from Heathrow and put yourself closer than ever to your destination.
It’s ten years since the first commercial A380 flight landed at Heathrow. Airbus’s double-decker – the world’s largest passenger airliner – is a familiar sight here now. But how well do you know your superjumbos? Take our quick quiz to find out.
It’s 10 years since the first scheduled A380 flight landed in London. Today an estimated 10% of Heathrow passengers travel on the ‘superjumbo’. So here’s a look back over a decade of A380s at Heathrow, in pictures.
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.
Malaysia Airlines brings its brand-new Airbus A350 XWB aircraft to Heathrow from Monday 15th January. The new aircraft will operate evening flights to Kuala Lumpur, and will be joined by a sister aircraft on morning flights from 6th March.
Kefalonia is the breathtaking Greek island that inspired Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. Corsica is an appealing blend of Mediterranean France and Italy, but with a distinct identity all of its own. Both are new routes from Heathrow for 2018. But which to choose? We’re here to help – read on.
Changing seasons mean new flight schedules, and that means plenty of new destinations to choose from at Heathrow. Here’s a round-up of the latest route news for winter 2017—2018 and beyond.