The impact of Coronavirus is a significant challenge for the global aviation industry including Heathrow and our colleagues, airlines, suppliers and fellow airports.Heathrow is working day and night to ensure Britain’s front door is open and safe for our people and passengers, whilst limiting the impacts this will have on UK plc.We are taking immediate steps to safeguard the financial resilience of our business including the protection of jobs, whilst providing relief to our airline partners and wider industry colleagues. A normal day at LIA (prior to the COVID-... London International Airport had a record-breaking year. If any passengers existing bookings have been affected by the changes, we have been reaching out to provide advice and alternatives. London International Airport had a record-breaking year. During the trial, we are interested only in seeing how the systems perform in a live operational environment.Elevated temperature can be an indicator of illness but it is important to clarify that the equipment will not provide any diagnoses as this can only be done by a medical professional e.g. Follow our live blog for all the latest coronavirus news. LONDON, ON – Beginning April 26 2020, Swoop will launch daily non-stop, ultra-low cost service from London International Airport (YXU) to Winnipeg James Armstrong Richardson International Airport (YWG).... Non-stop, ultra-low cost flights to popular sun destinations, Cancun and Orlando take off from London this week. From 1st July, our retail outlets will reopen, please check out the below for the most up to date openings:Our restaurants and coffee shops have started to reopen, offering a sit down and takeaway service:We are pleased to announce that Travelex has reopened a store in Terminal 2 and 5.For VAT refunds, Travelex will operate a post box service, and process forms when they are able to reopen stores.
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While our Heathrow colleagues are working hard to get you home as quickly and safely as possible, we need your help. The majority of countries worldwide have now been affected by the coronavirus, and government reactions across the world are constantly changing based on a rapidly changing situation. We’ll share operational observations from the trial with the UK Government to help inform work on what a future common international standard might look like.The trial started on 21 May 2020 and will remain ongoing as we determine the technology’s suitability. Where these checks identify a concern, further medical checks may be required.The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has also advised against all but essential travel from the UK, which may impact your decision to take your flight. To help, we’ve put markers on floors, implemented hundreds of signs with reminder messages, introduced a requirement for all colleagues and passengers to wear face coverings within terminal buildings, and installed over 600 hand sanitiser dispensers.The majority of countries worldwide now have confirmed cases of coronavirus, which we appreciate is causing some anxiety for our passengers.

Please also remember that we require all passengers to wear a face covering at all times whilst within our terminal buildings. You can find out more here: No personally identifiable information is captured by the thermal imaging systems at this time. She said: "My boyfriend and I are currently in Dublin airport waiting on a flight back to Gatwick. Any passengers with existing future bookings that will be affected by this closure have been proactively contacted by us and offered full refund.To discuss the above, you are more than welcome to contact us directly by telephone on 0344 335 1000, or by emailing us at Please be advised that the above advice is only applicable for our Fast Track security as sold by Heathrow at www.heathrow.com/at-the-airport/airport-services/fast-track.