London Heathrow Airport

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London Heathrow Airport is one of the busiest and best-known airports in the UK. Situated around 15 miles from central London, its position to the west of the city makes it ideal for getting around England’s capital, as well as many of the Home Counties and beyond.

Given its accessible location and facilities, London Heathrow is the perfect airport to begin a journey. On London’s underground Tube system and easy to reach from both the M4 and M25, we fly to both Aberdeen and Edinburgh from Heathrow, strengthening regional air links between the south of England and Scotland.

With far less traffic in the air than on the ground, once you arrive at Heathrow you’ll need to do no more than browse, shop and relax. So whether your journey is down to business, pleasure, or a mixture of both, you’ll get off to the best possible start at London Heathrow Airport.

For the latest information on our flight schedules from London Heathrow (LHR) take a look at our Flybe timetable page, or take a look at other flights available from London Heathrow.

Getting to London Heathrow Airport and Car Parking

London Heathrow has an excellent range of parking options for drivers, as well as being on London’s Tube, rail and bus networks. Please see our Getting to London Heathrow Airport page for everything you need to know about getting to the airport for your flight.

Check-in and Terminal Details

London Heathrow has five terminals, each with its own postcode, so make sure you note down the right digits if you’re coming via car and using a sat-nav. Flybe flights depart from Terminals 2-5:

Terminal 2: TW6 1EW

Terminal 3: TW6 1QG

Terminal 4: TW6 3XA

Terminal 5: TW6 2GA

For Terminals 2 and 3, exit the M4 at junction 4 or the M25 at junction 15.

For Terminal 4, exit the M25 at junction 14. From the M4, take the exit at junction 4b and follow the M25 south to junction 14.

For Terminal 5, exit the M25 at junction 14. From the M4, take the exit at junction 4b and follow the M25 south to junction 14.

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Facilities and Lounges

Lounges are available within each terminal, giving you the perfect place to escape the crowds, unwind before your journey or even catch up on emails and other business. Here you’ll enjoy complimentary drinks, snacks, newspapers and magazines, a view of your terminal and be in easy reach of your gate when it comes to boarding.

While away your waiting time with a dose of retail therapy – Heathrow’s marvellous array of shops rivals many a high street in the UK! From Bottega Veneta and Dunhill to Fortnum & Mason and Hamleys, there’s a store to keep all tastes and ages happy. Make the most of your flight by securing a few bargains at World Duty Free and find some super deals on perfume, gift products, wine and spirits.

Heathrow is a delight for the tastebuds too, offering beverages from the likes of Ca’puccino and Caffe Nero to food from around the world. There’s plenty on offer to keep you sustained throughout your flight.

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Special Assistance

Flybe and London Heathrow wish to ensure that disabled passengers and those with reduced mobility have a seamless and pleasurable journey.

At Flybe we are happy to pre-arrange assistance on your behalf. Please contact us on +44 (0) 207 3080812 or [email protected] at least 48 hours before your departure to let us know what assistance you require. On arrival at the airport, please make yourself known either to airport staff or to Flybe check-in staff who will be happy to assist you in any way they can.

Airport Hotels

London Heathrow has a great selection of hotels on site, easily reached from Terminals 4 and 5, including the Sofitel, Yotel and Hilton. There is also the option of hiring a day room in Terminal 3 if you’re in need of some personal space prior to your flight from Heathrow. In close proximity to the airport is a range of hotels to suit all budgets.

For more information about hotels, take a look at our Visiting London page. If you’re in the capital for a business venture, browse our Business in London page and find the best venues for a summit, conference or meeting.

Did You Know?

In 2016, Heathrow saw an amazing 75.7 million people pass through its terminals, the busiest year in terms of passenger numbers ever recorded by the airport.