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Heathrow Terminal 1
Heathrow Terminal 1 is a disused airport terminal at London Heathrow Airport that was in operation between 1968 and 2015. When it was officially opened

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Heathrow Terminal 1 Heathrow Terminal 1 in 2007 Location within Greater London General information Status Closed Type Airport terminal Coordinates 51°28′23″N 0°27′04″W / 51.473°N 0.451°W / 51.473; -0.451Coordinates: 51°28′23″N 0°27′04″W / 51.473°N 0.451°W / 51.473; -0.451 Inaugurated May 1969 Renovated 2005 (opening of Eastern Extension) Client Heathrow Airport Holdings

Heathrow Terminal 1 is a disused airport terminal at London Heathrow Airport that was in operation between 1968 and 2015. When it was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth II in April 1969 it was the largest new airport terminal in western Europe. At the point of its closure on 29 June 2015 it had only been handling twenty daily flights by British Airways to nine destinations. In May 2017 the entire contents of the terminal was put up for auction. The footprint of Terminal 1 was planned to be used for construction of the second phase of London Heathrow Terminal 2.

  • 1 History
  • 2 Facilities
  • 3 Ground transport
    • 3.1 Road links
    • 3.2 Rail links
    • 3.3 Bus links
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

History British European Airways aircraft at Terminal 1 in 1971 Lineup of British Airways aircraft at T1 in the early 1980s

Terminal 1 was designed by Frederick Gibberd, who also designed the earlier Europa Building (renamed Terminal 2) and the adjacent Queens Building. It opened to passengers in 1968, and it was formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II in April 1969. At the time, Terminal 1 was the biggest short-haul terminal of its kind in Western Europe.

A new pier (the so-called Europier) was added in the 1990s which increased the capacity of the terminal, catering for widebody aircraft. There was separation between arriving and departing passengers within the International section, although the terminal was not originally built to cater for this separation. In 2005, a substantial redesign and redevelopment of Terminal 1 was completed, which saw the opening of the new Eastern Extension, doubling the departure lounge in size and creating additional seating and retail space.

Since the buyout of British Midland International (BMI), British Airways served some short- and medium-haul destinations from this terminal. Virgin Atlantic operated its short lived Little Red UK domestic operation from the former BMI departure area in Gate 8 of Terminal 1.

Terminal 1 closed on 29 June 2015 to allow the second stage of Terminal 2's expansion. Ahead of its closure, all remaining flights were moved to other terminals. Several airlines had already left Terminal 1 ahead of this date during 2014 and 2015. The last tenants alongside British Airways were Icelandair, El Al and TAM Airlines; the third one moved to Terminal 3 on 27 May 2015.

The final flight to ever depart Terminal 1 was British Airways BA0970 to Hannover, Germany, which departed at 21:30 on 29 June 2015. British Airways was the last airline to operate out of Terminal 1 with flights to Amman-Queen Alia, Baku, Beirut, Cairo and Hanover which all moved to Terminal 5 and to Bilbao, Luxembourg, Lyon and Marseille which all have been relocated to Terminal 3. British Airways previously had a flights to Tel Aviv from this terminal, on March 30, 2014, the flight transferred to Terminal 5.


Due to its impending closure, there were just seven shops left airside in the terminal by June 2015: Boots, Cocoon, Dixons Travel, Glorious Britain, WHSmith and World Duty Free. There was an airside link to Terminal 2 allowing passengers to use the facilities in that terminal. All Star Alliance members were formerly in Terminal 1 but moved to Terminal 2 due to its closure. The Star Alliance lounge, the El Al King David Lounge and the Servisair lounge were closed prior to the closure of the Terminal. The British Airways International lounge near Gate 5 was operational until the end. The gates at Terminal 1 were numbered 2–8, 16–21 and 74–78. In early 2017 it was announced that the global auction firm CA Global Partners would host a series of auctions and private treaty sales involving all of the remaining contents of the terminal.

Ground transport Road links

As part of the three central terminals at Heathrow, it was well linked to the M4 motorway via the M4 spur road and through a tunnel under the north runway. There was a short stay car park directly opposite the terminal and there was also a long stay car park on the Northern Perimeter Road by the northern entrance to the tunnel accessed by a shuttle bus service.

Rail links

Terminal 1 was accessed by the London Underground from Heathrow Terminals 1,2,3 tube station, with trains towards Cockfosters station via Central London. The Terminal was also accessed by Heathrow Connect and Express from Heathrow Central where services go to London Paddington.

Bus links

Terminal 1 was accessible to both bus and coach services from Heathrow Central bus station. There were also several coach services operated by National Express.

  1. ^ a b "Heathrow Terminal 2 'will make Britain more competitive'". The Telegraph. 4 June 2014. Retrieved 9 March 2015. 
  2. ^ "Heathrow Airport – Terminal 1" (Offered for sale by Private Treaty and a series of Auctions). Retrieved 31 May 2017. opened in 1968 and was formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II in April 1969. At the time Terminal 1 was the biggest short-haul terminal of its kind in Western Europe. 
  3. ^ Global Partners; Indassol (24 May 2017). Heathrow Airport: Complete Contents of Terminal 1 (PDF) (Report). Retrieved 31 May 2017. 
  4. ^ http://mediacentre.heathrow.com/pressrelease/details/81/Corporate-operational-24/4711
  5. ^ Above Us The Skies: The Story Of BAA – 1991 (Michael Donne – BAA plc), p. 40
  6. ^ a b "New flight routes and destinations from British Airways". britishairways.com. 
  7. ^ "Which terminal? - Check your terminal at Heathrow". heathrowairport.com. 
  8. ^ "Airport maps". heathrowairport.com. 
  9. ^ "CA Global Partners | Auctions & Liquidations". cagp.com. Retrieved 2017-03-16. 
External links

Media related to Heathrow Terminal 1 at Wikimedia Commons

  • Heathrow Airport website
  • v
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Heathrow Airport Terminals Present
  • Terminal 2
  • Terminal 3
  • Terminal 4
  • Terminal 5
  • Terminal 1
  • West London Air Terminal
  • Terminal 6 & Runway 3
Air hub for
  • British Airways
  • Virgin Atlantic
Ground Transport Rail Stations
  • Heathrow Central (rail)
  • Terminals 2 & 3 (tube)
  • Terminal 4 (rail)
  • Terminal 4 (tube)
  • Terminal 5
  • Heathrow Junction station (closed)
Rail Services
  • Heathrow Connect
  • Heathrow Express
  • Piccadilly line
  • Terminal 5 PRT
  • Terminal 5 people mover
  • Heathrow Central bus station
  • Bus 81
  • Bus 105
  • Bus 111
  • Bus 140
  • Bus 285
  • Bus X26
  • M4 bus lane
  • RailAir
  • Crossrail
  • Heathrow Hub station
  • Western Rail Approach
  • Heathrow Airtrack
  • Heathwick
  • Heathrow Airside Road Tunnel
  • Heathrow Cargo Tunnel
  • History of Heathrow Airport
  • Airlink helicopter shuttle
  • Expansion plans
  • Media related to Heathrow Airport at Wikimedia Commons
  • Heathrow Airport Holdings
  • Heathrow Airport Website



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