From free flights with British Airways, to free meals in selected Heathrow restaurants, to free travel on the Heathrow Express, we’ve got everything to help your family get closer to your adventure.
British Airways are offering free return flights for children under 12 to Belfast, Inverness, Leeds, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Billund in Denmark, the home of Legoland, when children travel with at least one full-paying adult between 1 June and 31 October 2017 from London Heathrow.
Introducing Heathrow’s newest Mr. Men and Little Miss character, Little Miss Explorer. She can’t wait to join Mr. Adventure on the hunt for five special badges, hidden in secret locations throughout Heathrow. Will you help them solve the case and uncover them all?
Should you choose to accept this mission, download the free app, find and scan the badge pictures around the airport and meet Mr. Adventure and Little Miss Explorer in 3D. For each of the five digital badges you collect, a real iron-on badge will be waiting for you at the information desk to take on your very own adventure.
Here’s your first clue: use the app to scan any map in Heathrow and discover the badges’ secret locations. We trust you to keep that one firmly under your (detective) hat. Happy hunting!
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With hundreds of exciting destinations and a range of services to suit you, Heathrow has everything you need for your next big adventure.
A maximum of two children aged under 12 can travel for free when booked with and accompanied by a full paying adult from/to London Heathrow (LHR) to/from Leeds Bradford (LBA), Newcastle (NCL), Edinburgh (EDI), Inverness (INV), Belfast (BFS) and Billund (BLL), Denmark. Offer is open to Eligible Participants, aged 18 and over, who book Qualifying Flights during campaign period. Flights must be booked between 12:00 10 May 2017 and 23:59 1 October 2017 and travel must be taken between 1 June 2017 and 31 October 2017. Blackout periods apply on some destinations.
See British Airways’ Terms and Conditions for full details https://www.britishairways.com/en-gb/offers/flights/kids-fly-for-free
Kids Eat Free – Extended at Terminal 5 for British Airways Kids Fly Free Promotion! To celebrate Kids Go Free with British Airways, we’ve extended the fun at Terminal 5. Qualifying dates
1 June to 31 October 2017
Terms and conditions
(unless indicated otherwise)
Applicable dates: 25 May - 4 June 2017, 13 July - 10 September 2017, 12 - 29 October 2017, 8 December 2017 - 7 January 2018
One free children’s meal with each adult main course purchased from the main menu.
Maximum of four free children’s meals.
Children’s meal must be a regular sized option from the children’s menu.
Not valid in conjunction with any other offer.
Subject to availability, no substitute available, no cash alternative.
Management reserve the right to amend offer at any time.
Children 12 years or younger at EAT, La Salle, Huxleys, Oriel, YO! Sushi, Ca’puccino, Gordon Ramsay Plane Food, The Commission and The Gorgeous Kitchen
Children 10 years or younger at Bridge Bar, The Perfectionists’ Café, Prince of Wales and Carluccio’s
Minimum spend £9 (except Yo! Sushi where the minimum is £10, EAT where the minimum is £7 and The Commission where the minimum is £10.95)
* Yo! Sushi: One free children’s meal (choose two plates from our YO! Kids Top 10 recommended dishes) with each adult spending £10 or more. Not valid on takeaway.
** EAT: Children's meal must be from the children's menu (kid's sandwich, fresh piece of fruit, kid's hot drink)
Children aged 15 years and under travel free in Express Class when accompanied by a paying adult, or can travel unaccompanied if they have proof of air travel such as a valid flight booking or boarding pass. Proof of age may be requested.
Children aged 15 years and under travel free in Business First only if accompanied by an adult who has bought a Business First ticket. Children cannot travel unaccompanied in Business First.
There are no restrictions on the number of children who can travel at any one time, with or without an adult.
A child must still be issued a ticket to travel. A child ticket cannot be purchased on its own online, but it can be purchased alongside an adult ticket. Children travelling alone must get a ticket from a Heathrow Express member of staff, in terminal, station or on-board.