People who have booked flights to Australia with Qantas may be interested to know that the carrier has moved its operations to Terminal 3.
Qantas has transferred its London operations to Terminal 3 at Heathrow.
The airline moved its operations from Terminal 4 today (October 29th) to take advantage of the multi-million pound renovation that its new home has undergone.
All the carrier’s flights to and from Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and Bangkok will now operate from Terminal 3.
Modernisation works to this area of the airport mean that Qantas can now offer its passengers access to new facilities.
Stephen Thompson, executive manager of international sales at the airline, said: “We are pleased to now offer our customers dedicated Qantas check-in areas, a host of restaurant and retail outlets and, for our premium customers, new lounges including the Galleries Club (Business) and Galleries First.”
Terminal 3 was opened in 1961 and is used by approximately 18.9 million people annually.
London Heathrow plays host to over 90 airlines, with an average of 66.9 million passengers passing through its doors every year.
Written by Ruth Norris