London Heathrow - Terminal 2

Terminal 2 is Heathrow's oldest terminal and was formerly known as the Europa building.

The terminal offers a large selection of restaurants and fast food outlets in the departure area, but these can be expensive as in most major airports. There is also a selection of retail outlets which include duty free, electronic, fashion and newsagent stores. For a detail list of the stores available in terminal 2 please refer to BAA's Website (Link)

The terminal building also has Wi-Fi hot spots provided by BT Openzone, The Cloud and T-Mobile. The terminal was redeveloped in 2005 to modernise the interior and to increase the departure lounge by providing additional retail space and seating for passengers

There are however fewer and less interesting food outlets when compared to the other terminals. You may want to walk over to Terminal 1 (linked to T2 both air and land side) if you have plenty of time.

Airlines

The following Airlines operate out of terminal 2:

- Aeroflot - Air Algérie - Air Astana
- Air France - Air Seychelles - Air Transat
- Alitalia - Alitalia Express - Arik Air
- Austrian Airlines - Tyrolean Airways - Azerbaijan Airlines
- Avianca - Bellview Airlines - Bulgaria Air
- China Eastern Airlines - Croatia Airlines - Czech Airlines
- Jat Airways - Libyan Airlines - Lufthansa
- Lufthansa Italia - Olympic Airlines - Rossiya
- Royal Air Maroc - Royal Air Maroc operated by Atlas Blue
- Swiss International Air Lines - Swiss operated by Swiss European Airlines
- Syrian Arab Airlines - TAP Portugal - TAROM
- Tunisair - Uzbekistan Airways - Yemenia

Due to the opening of Terminal 5, many airlines will move to other terminals in order to effectively use the space vacated by British Airways. Whilst we aim to keep this data as up to date as possible, we advise that you check with your airline before flying.

Flight Connections

With the sheer number and frequency of flights out of Heathrow this makes it the perfect Hub for World travel. Below is a guide to assist you in making your flight connections if you need to change terminals:

Terminal 2 International Connecting to Terminal 1 International

Step by step connection guide

On leaving the aircraft follow the signs for flight connections. Your hand baggage needs to conform to UK and EU regulations and will be checked at this point.
You will now pass through security screening. Once you have cleared security you will have access to all the facilities in the Terminal departure lounge.

Terminal 2 International Connecting to Terminal 3 & 4International

Step by step connection guide

On leaving the aircraft follow the signs for flight connections. A dedicated bus service that leaves every 6-10mins will take you to Terminal 3 or 4 free of charge. Your hand baggage needs to conform to UK and EU regulations and will be checked at this point.
You will now pass through security screening. Once you have cleared security you will have access to all the facilities in the Terminal departure lounge.

Terminal 2 International to Terminal 5 International

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On leaving the aircraft follow the signs for flight connections. A dedicated bus service that leaves every 6-10mins will take you to Terminal 5 free of charge.
Staff will check your ticket to ensure you are at the right place and that you have sufficient time to catch your flight. They will also check your baggage to ensure that it complies with airline and airport standards.
Your hand baggage needs to conform to UK and EU regulations and will be checked at this point. You will now pass through security screening. Once you have cleared security you will have access to all the facilities in the Terminal departure lounge.


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Latitude: 51.47015
Longitude: -0.45235
Address: Heathrow Airport, 234 Bath Road, Hayes, Middlesex, UB3 5AP, United Kingdom