|Mon - Sun: 05.45 - 22.15 during peak months||£14.99 per person|
|Mon - Sun: 04.30 - 22.30||£30 per adult, £15 per child|
|TERMINAL 5||Mon - Sun: 05.00 - 22.00||Available free for BA Gold and Silver members or passengers flying First, Club World or Club Europe, as well as Emerald and Sapphire members of the Oneworld frequent flyers scheme.|
|Mon - Sun: 05:30 - 21:00||In partnership with Gordon Ramsay Plane Food, No1 Traveller offers dining packages from one of the greatest chefs in the world. Read more|
Heathrow Airport Business Facilities
There are a range of business facilities available at Heathrow across all 5 terminals.
Some airlines at Heathrow Airport offer a Fast Track priority service for business class travellers. Saving you up to 30 minutes on the time it takes to walk from the car park to the airport, check-in and then on to your flight. The service differs from airline to airline, but will usually offer:
- Dedicated parking
- Duty free counters
- Priority check in and boarding channels
For full details, ask your travel agent or flight operator when booking. Once at the airport, look for the Fast Track logo.
Executive Lounges at Heathrow
Business Lounges are available in nearly all Terminals at Heathrow, though passengers travelling from Terminals 1 (International Departures) and 3 can pre-book Lounge access irrespective of the airline or class of travel at No.1 Traveller or Executive Lounges. The executive lounge in Terminal 3 is run by Servisair and Terminal 5 business lounges are operated by British Airways. No.1 Traveller have opened their new super lounge which you can book now to ensure entry. Some airlines offer Lounges for their first and business class Passengers or elite level Frequent Flyers.
Why use an Executive Lounge?
Escape from crowded airport terminals and enjoy all of the benefits of an airport Lounge, irrespective of the airline you are travelling with or class of travel. Whether travelling for business or leisure, customers can enjoy:
- Comfortable seating
- Quiet, air conditioned facilities
- A range of beers, wines and spirits
- Beverages, soft drinks and snacks
- Newspapers and magazines
- Bedrooms (No.1 Traveller Terminal 3 lounge only)
- Children's entertainment
- Access to business facilities (including complimentary Wi-Fi in Servisair’s Lounges in Terminals 1 and 3, and No. 1 Traveller's lounge in Terminal 3.)
Help yourself to your favourite drink, catch-up with the latest news or some last minute business – the choice is yours. So why not get your next flight off to the perfect start?
Priority Pass offer a great Airport Lounge service and entry to more than 600 lounges in 100 countries worldwide. They are the largest airport lounge access program in the world. They offer 3 membership opportunities:
Standard Membership: £62 annual fee, £15 charge upon entry to the lounge.
Standard Plus Membership £143 annual fee, 10 free visits (£15 charge for visits over 10).
Premium Membership: £233 annual fee, unlimited free visits to airport lounges.
You can also get 10% off your membership fee if you book with Priority Pass today.
If you are already a Priority Pass member then the lounges you have access to are as follows:
- Servisair Lounge (Terminal 1)
- Plaza Premium Lounge (Terminal 2)
- United Club Lounge (Terminal 2B)
- No.1 Traveller (Terminal 3)
- Servisair Lounge (Terminal 3)
- SkyTeam Lounge (Terminal 4)
The newly reopened Terminal 2 is the hub for all Star Alliance members flying from Heathrow and has a range of six lounges to offer to the passengers leaving from T2.
The main lounge in the T2A terminal is operated by Lufthansa, whilst Air Canada, Singapore Airlines and United Airlines are in charge of lounges in the T2B satellite terminal.
Two separate lounges are operated by United and are called a United Club and United Global First Lounge.
All these lounges boast state-of-the-art facilities; some modern concepts are also applied in some, for example, there are special 'productivity pods' offering privacy for those working before their flight at the Singapore Airlines’ SilverKris lounge.
Ireland’s Aer Lingus - the only airline not part of Star Alliance group - also operates a lounge at Terminal 2.
You can upgrade to a business lounge in Terminal 3. You can book your lounge with Servisair or No. 1 Traveller lounge.
In August 2011 No.1 Traveller opened their flagship super lounge at Terminal 3. The lounge includes complimentary food & drink, bedrooms, Travel Spa, a family room and much more. The lounge is a great place to retreat from the hectic airport lounge or a place to entertain the children. Book now for a fantastic deal and access to a different kind of lounge.
There are also many airlines that provide lounges for their first class and business passengers in Terminal 3:
Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines customers flying Upper Class and arriving at Terminal 3 have access to a very special service; the Virgin Atlantic Upper Class Wing. As long as you inform them within a month of travelling and up to 12 hours before your flight, when you arrive at the airport you will be met by the Chauffeur Service, who will take you to the Terminal. The Concierge staff will sort out your baggage for you and give you your boarding pass, before you are guided to the Virgin Atlantic Private Security Channel. With such a smooth check-in and security process, it will leave plenty of time for relaxing in the Clubhouse before boarding your flight.
Contact individual airlines for more information about the lounges they provide in Terminal 3.
In Terminal 4 the following airlines provide lounges for their first class and business passengers:
Terminal 5 has six lounges operated by British Airways. The lounges are for First Class, Club World, Club Europe, Gold and Silver Executive Club travellers. Facilities include:
- Restaurants and bars
- Work and entertainment zones
- Good communication facilities
- Elemis Travel Spas
Find out more about the British Airways airport lounges.
No 1 Traveller have partnered with Gordon Ramsay Plane Food to provide the best pre-flight experience in the terminal.
Food & Drink
Breakfast (5.30am – midday) or daytime (midday – 9.30pm) dining package.
Details & Directions
The package costs £30 per adult and £15 per child, with a saving of up to £10 compared to the A la Carte menu.
Gordon Ramsay Plane Food is situated beyond security and is open daily from 5.30am – 9.30pm.
Turn right after you have passed through security, and the restaurant is on your left.
Bookings can be made for up to eight people. For larger groups, please contact us on 08442 64 64 40.
Click here to find out more about No1 Traveller facilities in Terminal 5.
- Two-course breakfast menu, including coffee and a choice of Bloody Mary, champagne or Buck’s Fizz
- Two-course day menu, including coffee and a choice of wine
- Complimentary Wi-Fi access
- Unlimited soft drinks for children
- Vegetarian options available and dietary requirements are catered for
- A choice of glossy magazines to take on your flight
- Panoramic runway views
Office Space at Heathrow Airport
Heathrow Airport is an excellent location to set up offices for both airport-related companies and international businesses wishing to have presence in the area well served by the busiest air hub in the UK.
The airport itself owns and manages a range of properties ideal to set up offices, stores, lounges, ticket desks, ramps and so on. To find out more about the sizes and availability you'd need to contact Heathrow Airport directly.
If your business does not require for the offices to be based within the actual airport perimeter but you'd still like to benefit from the close proximity to the terminals, view Heathrow Airport office space options available in the surrounding areas, such as Hounslow and West Drayton.