Rail disruption - 30 September & 1, 4, 6 October 2023

Due to planned engineering works and industrial action, there will be disruption to rail and London Underground services between Heathrow and Central London between Saturday 30 September and Friday 6 October 2023.


Over this period, there will be disruption to Heathrow Express and Piccadilly line services. The Elizabeth line will be operating as normal, and inter-terminal transfer services between all terminals will also be completed by these services.


Passengers should plan their journeys before travelling, and allow for additional time where necessary as services will be busier than normal.

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ULEZ expansion - 29 August 2023

London's Ultra Low Emission Zone, or ULEZ, is expanding to encompass all of Greater London, including Heathrow Airport, from the 29 August 2023.


The initiative, implemented by Transport for London (TfL), is aimed at reducing air pollution in London, therefore all vehicles entering the airport must meet certain emissions standards in order to avoid paying a daily charge.


The daily charge for non-compliant vehicles is £12.50 for most vehicles, including cars, vans, and motorcycles.


The charge will be in addition to any other fees or charges associated with entering the airport. The charge only applies when a vehicle is driven within the ULEZ zone, and does not apply to stationary vehicles including when cars are parked at Heathrow.


Please note, if you have booked Meet & Greet or Valet Parking with a non-compliant vehicle, and have selected a different exit terminal to your entry terminal, you will be liable for payment of a ULEZ charge to transfer your vehicle to another terminal.

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Heathrow – the ‘plaice’ for sustainable fish

The ‘plaice’ for sustainable fish

Heathrow – the ‘plaice’ for sustainable fish

Benito De Rosa

To coincide with World Ocean Day on 8 June, Heathrow has netted the first Sustainable Fish Airport Award. It comes courtesy of Sustain – the alliance for better food and farming in recognition for all the hard work happening below the surface which is starting to make some serious waves.

First sustainable fish airport

All businesses operating within the airport have signed up to the Sustainable Fish Airports pledge and have agreed to adopt a sustainable fish buying policy. This policy will see the removal of ‘red-rated’ fish and promote only the best choices of seafood to customers. The rating comes from the Marine Conservation Society’s (MCS) traffic-light and number system to classify the sustainability of fish – red is the worst and is rated ‘5, green is the best and has a ‘1’ rating. You can find out which fish are the most sustainable on the MCS Good Fish Guide .

That means whenever you order a fish dish at the airport, you know that it comes from a trusted source and you are playing your part in preserving the future of our oceans. Whether it’s a smoked salmon starter or a traditional fish and chips supper, menus are being completely redefined to make choosing sustainable options, simple

Preserving the oceans

Ben Crowley, Head of Food and Beverage at Heathrow sums up by saying; “We’re immensely proud to be able to offer our passengers the very best and demonstrate that quality and taste need not cost the ocean.”. Some restaurants, like Comptoir Libanais, Giraffe and Yo! have gone one step further and have adopted the initiative at a national level with the guiding principle

“Avoid the worst, promote the best and improve the rest…”

If this story is making you feel hungry for more, next time you are at Heathrow why not visit one of our restaurants and enjoy some sustainable fish for yourself.