Face covering requirements

As we continue to welcome passengers from around the world, wearing a face covering remains mandatory whilst in our terminals (including our bus stations and railway platforms) - except for those who are exempt. 


We also ask passengers to respect social distancing wherever possible.

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    Our Carbon Strategy

    Climate Change. We need to talk about the elephant in the airport.

    Climate change is the greatest challenge of our time, and as a major player in the aviation industry a conversation about the subject is never going to be an easy one.

    We acknowledge our carbon footprint is part of the problem but here you can find out about our commitment to being part of the solution.

    From sourcing 100% renewable electricity to power our terminals, to supporting sustainable fuels, our carbon strategy is already helping us build a more sustainable airport for the flyers of today, and tomorrow.


    Leading the way

    Since 2018 we’ve offset emissions to be carbon neutral for the energy used in our terminals and we’re committed to eliminating emissions completely by 2050.


    Working with partners

    Working with our partners, we want to create a hub for progress and encourage new approaches to sustainability across the industry.


    What can our passengers do?

    We can all do our bit to build a low carbon future. It doesn’t have to mean stopping travelling, but travelling more thoughtfully and offsetting the journeys we do make.

    Heathrow 2.0

    Our plan for sustainable growth, Heathrow 2.0, sets out how we will improve life for colleagues and communities, contribute to a thriving economy and help to tackle global challenges such as climate change.