Etihad Airways to return to Heathrow Terminal 4

Etihad Airways will return to Heathrow Terminal 4 next week.

The national airline of the UAE was temporarily based at Terminals 2 and 3 during the pandemic, but will start flying from Terminal 4 again on June 22 after it reopened on June 14.

The Etihad Lounge will also reopen for business and first class passengers.

From July to September, Etihad is increasing its current operation of four daily flights from Heathrow to five. In addition, the airline will begin offering a daily flight to Dublin, and continue operating daily flights to and from Manchester.

Jeremy Pollock, manager for UK and Ireland, said: “We are absolutely thrilled to announce that we are returning to our true home at London Heathrow’s Terminal 4 in June.

“We’ve had a temporary home at Terminals 2 and 3 during the pandemic, but with Terminal 4 opening back up alongside the tube and Heathrow Express, our crew are excited to welcome our guests back at Terminal 4.”

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