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Delta moves all Heathrow flights to Terminal 3

Delta logoAll Delta Air Lines flights now operate from Heathrow Terminal 3, where partner Virgin Atlantic is also based. The move brings Delta's flights to New York (JFK), Boston, Seattle, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Detroit, Minneapolis and Salt Lake City together in the same terminal.

Introducing fully lie-flat seats with American Airlines flying from Heathrow

American Airlines logoThis summer, every American Airlines flight between Heathrow and the U.S. offers fully lie-flat seats with direct access to the aisle in First and Business. And with their partner British Airways, choose from more than 70 daily flights – all featuring fully lie-flat seats.

Tehran: fly direct from 1 September

British Airways logoBritish Fly direct to Imam Khomeini International Airport (IKA), up to six times a week. Tehran is only six hours away so it is now easy to visit this cosmopolitan metropolis. All flights operate from Terminal 5.

Innsbruck: fly direct from 4 December

British Airways logoBritish Airways has announced year-round direct flights to Innsbruck, Austria, starting 4th December 2016. Winter sports lovers have a choice of four weekly flights, while summer sees two flights a week, all operating from Terminal 5.

Fly direct to Chile from January 2017

British Airways logoBritish Airways has announced direct flights to the Chilean capital, Santiago – its longest non-stop route – beginning in January 2017. There will be four weekly flights using Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft.

Aeromexico to fly daily between Heathrow and Mexico City from summer 2017

Aeromexico logoFrom Summer 2017 Aeromexico will increase the frequency of its direct flights from Heathrow to Mexico City to become a daily service.

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