With four terminals, 84 airlines and 80 million passengers each year Heathrow is a big place. But plan ahead and take it one step at a time and it will all make sense. And use our detailed Heathrow Hotels page to find the one best suited for your needs.
Whilst this is a guide to which airlines fly from which terminals please check your flight details, things change on a daily basis as operational pressure impact.
We have hotels at all the terminals to suit every budget and taste. Premier Inn on the Bath Road is great for a budget stay where you want those little extras, The Park Inn is great for families, whilst the Sofitel is great for Terminal 5 and a splash of luxury.
Heathrow Terminal 2
Star Alliance Members. Aegean, Air Canada, Air China, Air India, Air New Zealand
Heathrow Terminal 3
Oneworld alliance members American Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Finair, Japan Airlines, Qantas, Royal Jordanian, Sri Lankan and some British Airways.
Heathrow Terminal 4
Skyteam Alliance airplines, excluding Delta and Middle Eastern, which use terminal 3. Oneworld Malaysia Airlines and Qatar. A380 flights for Etihad, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines and Qatar. Note British Airways A380 flights operate from Terminal 5.
Heathrow Terminal 5
The majority of British Airways flights. Typically short haul from Terminal 5A with long haul from Terminal 5B or C.