Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 4 has reopened to passengers for the first time in nearly two years on Tuesday, June 14 as part of Heathrow’s long-term drive to expand airport capacity ahead of the summer season.
Up to 30 airlines will be shifting their operations to terminal 4 this summer. So, before travelling to the airport, you should always contact your airline to confirm which terminal your flight departs from.
Meanwhile, we’ve put together a handy table that reveals which airlines are moving to the Terminal 4 and on what date:
|14 June||– Qatar Airways (QR)|
|16 June||– Kenya Airways (KQ)|
– Royal Brunei (BI)
– Korean Air (KE)
|22 June||– Air Malta (KM)|
– El Al (LY)
– Etihad (EY)
– ITA (AZ)
– Kuwait Airways (KU)
– Malaysian Airlines (MH)
– Oman Air (WY)
– Royal Air Maroc (AT)
– Vietnam Airlines (VN)
|23 June||– Azerbaijan Airlines (J2)|
– Air Astana (KC)
|24 June||– Uzbekistan Airways (HY)|
|1 July||– Gulf Air (GF)|
|To be confirmed||– Air Algerie (AH)|
– Air Mauritius (MK)
– Air Serbia (JU)
– Arkia (IZ)
– Bulgaria Air (FB)
– Israir (6H)
– Saudi Arabian Airlines (SV)
– TAROM (RO)
– Tunisair (TU)
“We’re back! #QatarAirways has returned to @HeathrowAirport’s Terminal 4 as the first airline to resume operations after the terminal’s two-year closure. We will be happy to see passengers back in T4 to enjoy the hospitality they know and love #LHRtogether” Qatar Airways Twitted.
We’re back! #QatarAirways has returned to @HeathrowAirport‘s Terminal 4 as the first airline to resume operations after the terminal’s two year closure. We will be happy to see passengers back in T4 to enjoy the hospitality they know and love #LHRtogether— Qatar Airways (@qatarairways) June 14, 2022
The move will enable Terminal 4 airlines with extra check-in space and stand capacity, as well as access to their premium facilities, while also freeing up space in Terminals 2, 3, and 5 ahead of the summer season.
Heathrow Airport has used the last two years to renovate various areas of Terminal 4, including the bathrooms, air conditioning, and hold baggage screening devices.
Local buses, Piccadilly Line subterranean services, and the Elizabeth line started operations into T4 effective on June 14th, making it easier for customers and colleagues to get around. There will be a wide variety of retail, food, and beverage businesses, and more will open during the summer as airline occupancy rises.