Airport Terminal Maps
Do you know your specific departure or arrival terminal at Heathrow Airport? Select it from the list of terminal maps below, and use the interactive map to find all available amenities, and even navigate to them, or to another terminal if you're connecting at the airport.
Airport Terminal Layout
LHR Airport is one of the busiest airports in the world and has five terminals in total. Terminal 2 and Terminal 3 are located close to each other and can be accessed via a pedestrian walkway. Terminal 4 is located on the south side of the airport and is connected to the other terminals by a free shuttle bus service. Terminal 5 is the newest terminal and is located on the west side of the airport, with its own dedicated road network.
Overview of Terminals
Terminal 1 was closed in 2015 and its airlines were relocated to other terminals. Terminal 2, also known as the Queen's Terminal, is the newest terminal and is used by Star Alliance airlines. Terminal 3 is used by a variety of airlines, including Emirates and Virgin Atlantic. Terminal 4 is used by SkyTeam airlines, such as Delta and KLM. Terminal 5 is used by British Airways and Iberia, as well as a few other airlines.
Getting Between Terminals
If you need to transfer between terminals, there are several options available. The Heathrow Express train service runs between Terminal 2 and Terminal 5, with a journey time of just 15 minutes. There is also a free shuttle bus service that connects all of the terminals, which runs every 5-10 minutes. If you have a lot of luggage or prefer a more direct option, there are also taxi and private transfer services available.
Food, Shops & Services
The airport is one of the busiest airports in the world, and it offers a wide range of food and shopping options for travelers. Whether you are looking for a quick snack or a full meal, you will find plenty of options in the airport's five terminals.
Terminal 2 is home to a variety of restaurants and cafes, including popular chains like Pret A Manger and Costa Coffee. If you are looking for something more substantial, head to Terminal 3, which has a number of sit-down restaurants serving everything from sushi to burgers.
In addition to food and shopping, Heathrow also offers a range of amenities and services to make your travel experience as comfortable as possible. From currency exchange and baggage storage to lounges and prayer rooms, you will find everything you need to make your journey stress-free.