Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 will open its doors on 4 June 2014 with the first aircraft, a United Airlines flight from Chicago, scheduled to land at 05.55. Terminal 2 will eventually serve 20 million passengers a year and be home to 23 Star Alliance airlines, as well as Aer Lingus, Virgin Atlantic Little Red and germanwings.
The terminal will open in phases, with the 26 airlines moving in over a period of six months. Just 10% of flights will operate for the first three weeks of June before gradually building up to full operations.
Advance information about which airlines or flight destinations will be switching terminal can be found at on the Heathrow Airport website.
Please note that moves may be subject to change so Members and passengers are asked to double-check before travel using the Which terminal? section.