Gulf Air is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The airline has established its credentials as a modern and progressive carrier with genuine Arabian hospitality. They have been in operation since 1950 and they have the largest network in the Middle East with a fleet size of 28 aircrafts. They provide reliable air transportation with superior access to the region with a minimum international connection time of just 40 minutes.
When you’re travelling for business, everything must go as planned. With Singapore Airlines - the world’s most awarded airline, expect excellent service and the best in long-haul travel. We fly four times daily from London Heathrow with the A380, the B777-300ER and five times weekly from Manchester with the new A350.
China Southern Airlines has a double daily service from London Heathrow using two Dreamliner aircraft. These flights connect directly through the hub in Ghuangzhou to over 130 destinations across China, Far East, South East Asia, Australia and New Zealand.
Qatar Airways is one of the world’s fast growing airlines, now flying from London, Birmingham, Manchester and Edinburgh to more than 150 key business and leisure destinations aboard a modern fleet of 192 aircraft.
Make your flying experience an unforgettable one when flying Première on board Jet Airways' state-of-the-art Boeing 777 aircraft.
With twice daily overnight flights from the newly refurbished Heathrow Terminal 2 to Johannesburg and easy onward connections, South African Airways offers flights to the largest route network within Southern Africa.
Travel non-stop in 15 minutes between central London and Heathrow with Heathrow Express compared to 49 minutes by tube and 42 minutes by taxi.
Gulf Air is the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The airline has established its credentials as a modern and progressive carrier with genuine Arabian hospitality.
On Monday 4th April, United commemorated 25 years of proudly serving London Heathrow Airport. United operate up to 17 flights daily from London Heathrow which all depart from the state-of-the-art Terminal 2.
Jet Airways continues its 3 class service from London Heathrow and expands its UK regional reach by introducing a new non-stop service from Amsterdam to India and Canada