Heathrow Airport Terminal 2
Terminal 2 opened in 1955 and was originally named the Europa Building. It closed in November 2009 for redevelopment
and the new, revamped Terminal 2, also known as The Queen’s Terminal, reopened on the 4th of June 2014. Prior to its
closure, a total of 30 airlines operated from T2 carrying over 8.5 million passengers every year.
destinations via 29 airlines. If you’re not sure which terminal you need, check our Heathrow Flight Departures page and contact your airline if necessary.
1 while Flight Departures can be found on Level 5 (Check-in level) and Level 4
should allow before departure for checking in for your flight:
- International flights: Minimum 3 hours
- European flights: Minimum 2 hours
- Domestic flights: Minimum 90 minutes
Self Service Check-in
airport. Self service check-in is available in kiosks located near the standard check-in desks.
through their own dedicated apps.
Arrivals for international arriving passengers and baggage reclaim are on Level 1 of Terminal 2. Check Heathrow Flight Arrivals for information on scheduled times and destinations, details of delays and cancellations, and find out which terminal
based at Terminal 2 are:
- Aegean Airlines
- Air Canada
- Air China
- Aer Lingus
- Air India
- Air New Zealand
- Asiana Airlines
- Austrian Airlines
- Brussels Airlines
- Croatia Airlines
- Ethiopian Airlines
- EVA Air
- LOT Polish Airlines
- SAS – Scandinavian Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- South African Airways
- Swiss International Airlines
- TAP Portugal
- Thai Airways
- Turkish Airlines
- United Airlines
Transfer between terminals
- Terminal 3: As it’s so close, you can walk there in less than 10 minutes via the pedestrian underpass.
If you have mobility difficulties, contact the special assistance desk. Journey Time: 10 minutes
- Terminal 4: Grab one of the free shuttle buses that run between T2 and T4; four trains run per hour.
Journey Time: 20 minutes
- Terminal 5: Use the Heathrow Express train from Heathrow Central Station Journey Time: