27th January to 3rd February
Get into the holiday mood at Heathrow! We’re celebrating the new Year of the Pig with a programme of traditional entertainments. Read on to see what’s happening on your date of travel.
Direct flights now operating with Garuda Indonesia
Here’s news to banish those winter blues. For the first time you’ll be able to board an aircraft in Britain and step off in beautiful Bali, Indonesia’s best-known paradise island.
So if you’ve ever been tempted by Bali’s idyllic scenery, tropical seas and friendly people — now there’s one more reason to visit in 2019.
Lunchtime is live music time every weekend in Terminal 2. Enjoy original sounds for free while you relax with a coffee at Caffè Nero in Arrivals.
March performers include Andrea Black, Sharlette, Rotem, Colourshop, Odette and James Lascelles.
Here’s the moment 100 people in wheelchairs hauled a 130-tonne airliner for 100 metres – earning themselves a Guinness World Record and helping to raise more than £16,000 for charity.
Relax over a coffee and tune in to some original live music at Caffè Nero, in Terminal 2 Arrivals. Performing this month are Rotem, Lots Holloway, Andrea Black, Melvin Ashong and Colourshop.
Flights to Lefkada, Corsica, Charleston and Chengdu, in China’s Sichuan Province, have all been announced for summer 2019. Read on to see who’s flying where, and why you might want to go.
UPDATE: Flybe has announced flights from Heathrow to Newquay, Cornwall. And British Airways has added two new summer routes, to Ljubljana (Slovenia) and Montpellier (France), and a year-round service to Islamabad (Pakistan). Details below …
Christmas comes but once a year. Fortunately, Father Christmas himself is a lot more flexible — and he’s out and about at Heathrow every day in the run-up to 25th December.
We’ll also have carol singers, children’s craft sessions and Mr. Men characters (you might even get to meet their creator!). So when you get to Heathrow this Christmas, you’ll know your holiday has finally begun. Read on to see what’s in store …
This handsome beast is one of the “Oreo cookie cows” helping nature to thrive in Heathrow’s little-known wildlife refuges.
The 12 stripy, curly-haired Belted Galloway cattle haven’t just been chosen for their distinctive looks, though. These cows are brilliant at maintaining wildlife habitats — and that’s all down to their eating habits.