Heathrow's Terminal 4, which was officially opened by His Royal Highness Prince Charles and Princess Diana, is 30 years old.
A total of 1.95 billion passengers used Europe’s airports in 2015 as traffic across the network grew by an average +5.2%, according to ACI Europe.
HRH, The Duke of York, was the guest of honour at the Renaissance London Heathrow Hotel today to officially celebrate its “re-launch” after a £20 million revamp.
Today marks 70 years since Heathrow officially became a commercial airport, and it plans celebrating the landmark throughout 2016.
Traffic growth across Europe’s airports continued its upward trajectory in November, with Copenhagen Airport one of the continent’s top performing gateways courtesy of a healthy 12.2% rise in throughput.
Heathrow is partnering with luxury lifestyle group and concierge service company Quintessentially to launch an in-depth review of its retail offering.
Traffic continues to rise at Europe's major hubs, if the passenger figures announced today by Copenhagen and Heathrow airports are a sign of the times.
Heathrow has unveiled a giant five metre high rugby ball outside Terminal 3 ahead of the Rugby World Cup, which kicks off at nearby Twickenham on Friday night.