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The latest passenger updates and news from Heathrow Airport.

Page last updated: 26 January 2023

Due to planned industrial action, there will be no Heathrow Express service on Wednesday 1 February or Friday 3 February. 

Elizabeth line and Piccadilly line services between Heathrow and London are unaffected, and will be running as normal.

Heathrow Express services will be running as normal on Thursday 2 February and Saturday 4 February.

Wednesday 1 February
London Underground
  • Normal service
Heathrow Express
  • No service
Elizabeth Line
  • Normal service
Inter-terminal transfer
  • London Underground (Piccadilly line) services will be operating between all terminals.
Friday 3 February
London Underground
  • Normal service
Heathrow Express
  • No service
Elizabeth Line
  • Normal service
Inter-terminal transfer
  • London Underground (Piccadilly line) services will be operating between all terminals.

For the latest information on Heathrow Express services, please visit their website.

Five tips to stay ahead of the game

At peak times there will inevitably be more activity in the airport than usual. To keep your journey through Heathrow as seamless as possible, consider the following advice…


  1. Check travel and testing requirements

    Always double-check travel and testing requirements to and from your chosen destination before you leave for the airport. Heathrow offers a range of COVID-19 testing options should you need to book any tests before you travel.

  2. Download the Heathrow app

    The Heathrow app is your ideal travel companion. You can reserve parking, view maps of the terminal, pre-order food and receive live flight updates from wherever you are, all at the touch of a button.

  3. Keep all travel essentials handy

    Make sure your tickets and boarding pass, travel insurance, driving licence, currency and credit cards are safe but easily accessible. It’s also mindful to carry a charger for your smartphone and have your airline’s information at the ready.

  4. Remove liquids

    Remember, you can only take liquids in individual containers with a maximum capacity of 100ml on the plane. Each item should be removed from hand luggage and placed in a transparent, re-sealable plastic bag of not more than one litre capacity per passenger.

  5. Get set for security

    Before reaching security, it’s a good idea to remove your laptop, tablet or similar electronic device from your hand luggage to be inspected separately. Coats, jackets and belts should also be removed. 

A £5 charge applies to vehicles dropping off passengers at the designated drop-off zones, located directly outside the terminals. Discounts and exemptions apply. Free drop-off is available at our Long Stay car parks.

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