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Gatwick Airport to Heathrow Airport transfer

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Heathrow Tips
  • Keep in mind that going through security could take considerable time due to the increased security checks.
  • Keep your baggage with you at all times and bear in mind to report the airport stuff in case you notice any unattended package.
  • Don’t look after any luggage that does not belong to you and do not carry anything to the airplane that belongs to someone else.
  • Getting to your departure gate could take up to half an hour so keep an eye on the display boards in order to estimate the time left before boarding correctly.
All Terminal

Check-in
International flights - check in 3 hours prior to departure
European flights - check in 2 hours prior to departure
Domestic flights - check in 1 hour prior to departure
Boarding starts 45 minutes prior departure.
Self-service check-in is available from some airlines.
International connections do not need to go through Immigrations or Customs but all International to Domestic connections do.
Left luggage
Available in Terminal 1

Terminal 1

Terminal 1 opened in 1968 with 13 airlines operating flights via this terminal at the moment. All the domestic flights are carried out through this terminal plus many European and some international destinations.
Facilities available:
Bureaux de Change, Cash Dispensers, Food and Drink, Information Desk, Internet Access, Left Luggage, Luggage Trolleys, Medical, Pay Phones, Postal Services, Smoking Area, Shopping Area, Toilets, Worship.

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 opened in 1955 and it was Heathrow's first terminal with 28 airlines operate via this terminal. Most European destinations and some international flights operate from this terminal.
Facilities available:
Bureaux de Change, Cash Dispensers, Food and Drink, Information Desk, Internet Access, Left Luggage, Luggage Trolleys, Medical, Pay Phones, Postal Services, Smoking Area, Shopping Area, Toilets, Worship, hotel reservations, parking area.

Terminal 3

Terminal 3 opened in 1961 with 43 airlines operating via this terminal. Many international flights operate from terminal 3 and some European destinations.
Facilities available:
Bureaux de Change, Cash Dispensers, Food and Drink, Information Desk, Internet Access, Left Luggage, Luggage Trolleys, Medical, Pay Phones, Postal Services, Smoking Area, Shopping Area, Toilets, Worship, parking area.

Terminal 4

Terminal 4 opened in 1986 with 6 airlines operating via this terminal. It hosts mainly international flights of BA and KLM along with a few European destinations.
Facilities available:
Bureaux de Change, Cash Dispensers, Food and Drink, Information Desk, Internet Access, Left Luggage, Luggage Trolleys, Medical, Pay Phones, Postal Services, Smoking Area, Shopping Area, Toilets, Worship, parking area.

Terminal 5

Terminal 5, the most recent terminal, opened it’s doors in March 2008 . This terminal is the home of British Airways who organizes flights to international as well as European destinations.
Facilities available:
Bureaux de Change, Cash Dispensers, Food and Drink, Information Desk, Internet Access, Lost Luggage, Luggage Trolleys, Medical, Pay Phones, Postal Services, Smoking Area, Shopping, Toilets, Places of Worship, Hotel Reservations, Parking.

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