If you’re flying away with the family this autumn half-term, we’ve a full events programme to help keep the young ones entertained. With free craft sessions and character visits, we’ll help you make it a getaway to remember. Read on to see what’s in store …
Enjoy original sounds from up-and-coming musical talents over a cup of your favourite roast. What’s not to love? September’s live music programme from Caffè Nero, in Terminal 2 arrivals, includes sets by Lots Holloway, Hannah Scott, Colourshop, EMMAY, Miles Horn, Andy Ruddy and Rotem.
Killer Intent is set in a shady world of hired assassins, slippery politicians and dark forces. It’s an action-packed conspiracy thriller and was selected for Zoe Ball’s Book Club in August.
If that sounds like your perfect holiday read, here’s your chance to find out for sure — we have a free download of the story’s opening, as well as a Q&A with author Tony Kent. Read on for details.
Get in the holiday mood this summer with our free special events programme. From DJs to craft workshops and 3D apps to table football, there’s fun for all the family at Heathrow.
Read on to see what’s happening on your day of travel …
This month at Heathrow we have not one but two big-name authors making personal appearances in the terminals. American novelist Jodi Picoult and thriller writer Simon Kernick will be dropping by in July. Don’t miss your chance — pick up a signed copy to take on your travels.
If you’re flying away with your family during Whitsun week half term, the fun begins at Heathrow. Kids can join in one of our craft sessions – and they might even meet some familiar characters. Read on to see what’s in store.
In Heathrow: Britain’s Busiest Airport we saw aircraft Marshaller Ian learn to guide an aircraft on to its stand the old-fashioned way.
These days airliners at Heathrow generally arrive at the gate unaided, using electronic wizardry known as Stand Entry Guidance (SEG). But our Airside Safety professionals still need to learn the old-style ‘table tennis bats’, just in case. And now, so can you.
Plus: two exclusive distillery tours to be won
May sees the return of our annual Whisky Festival. Once again we’ll be celebrating all things whisky with a perfect blend of tasting events, dining experiences and even a chance to win a VIP distillery tour. But even if you aren’t flying through Heathrow, you needn’t miss out. Here’s how to impress your friends with your whisky knowledge (as well as a home-mixed cocktail or three).
This month’s live music programme at Caffè Nero features Blake Sonnet, Hannah Scott, Amy Lawton, Andy Ruddy, Hollie Rogers, Longy & The Gospel Trash and Steve Young. Head to Terminal 2 Arrivals at lunchtime on Saturdays and Sundays to hear some original sounds.
Live music returns to Terminal 2 in April, with performances by Alex James Brierley, The King’s Parade, Longy & The Gospel Trash, Hollie Rogers, Miles Horn, Colourshop and Andy Ruddy. Head over to Caffè Nero in Arrivals on Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes for some original sounds.