Snow forecast to begin around 3pm today has meant some flights are being cancelled. Roughly 100 flights have been pre-emptively cancelled with disruption expected from 3pm.
British Airways have cancelled 61 flights across Heathrow and Gatwick schedules.
If you are flying today, please check the status of your flight with your airline.
British Airways information - http://www.britishairways.com/rtad/travel/public/en_gb?source=MNVINF1flight_status
This January the industrial action by BA cabin crew based at Heathrow will go ahead on the 10th and 11th.
According to the latest information from the airline, Gatwick and London City are unaffected while a reduced number of flights at Heathrow will result in passengers being moved onto earlier or later flights.
If you are flying from [...]
The latest update in the Christmas strikes at Heathrow is that the baggage workers will no longer strike and should be accepting a pay deal.
While the British Airways cabin crew strike is still scheduled, the airline is suggesting that flight will not be affected. This may be because the striking fleet only represent a small [...]
19th December update – British Airways are stating ‘We are planning to run a full schedule on Christmas Day and Boxing Day despite the threatened industrial action.’
There’s a few different strikes at Heathrow this December, here’s a summary.
Will you be affected?
Strike action will have mixed effects, the best way to check if you will be effected [...]
Strikes over pay could begin on 21st December.
We will add more details as we get them.
BBC coverage is here
This guy reckons we all deserve a new runway!
#Heathrow finally given the go ahead. Now allow #Gatwick to expand also! Increase competition and put Britain on the global stage
— Tom Roche (@TPRochie) October 25, 2016
NEW from us: 10 reasons a 3rd runway at #Heathrow is a big mistake for the [...]
Described as a “truly momentous” decision by Transport Secretary Chris Grayling, ministers approved a third runway at Heathrow.
Expansion will improve the UK’s connections with the rest of the world and support trade and jobs.
A computer failure has results in the need to close UK airspace.
The latest report is that it will open at 7pm.
Some flights from Heathrow may be cancelled tomorrow when a strike by French air traffic services means flights to or over France will face disruption.
Please check with your airline for details on the status of your flight.
Heathrow airport has requested all airlines to reduce the volumes of flights today due to high winds.
6am to 11am – 20% of flights cancelled 11am to 4pm – 10% of flights cancelled 4pm to 10.30pm – 5% of flights cancelled
Please check with your airline to find out the status of your flight.
There’s been an extremely interesting TV show on the BBC this week, coming live from Heathrow Airport.
The micro-site for this show is here - it’s a great resource.
Also while you watch, check out the live radar here, and you can watch planes land on TV as you track them on the PC!
Heathrow’s southern runway (09R – 27L) is due for re-surfacing which will affect night activity between 3rd March and 31st October 2013. To create minimum disruption, this re-surfacing work will happen at night in short segments. The runway, consisting of partially re-surfaced and partially old surface material, will be usable during the day. The runway will however [...]
It’s not clear what flights will be affected in the strike, which will run from Feb 18th to Feb 22nd. The strike is over 3,807 job cuts which are being made in a restructuring effort to cut losses at the airline.
Heathrow airport is likely to lose it’s pole position as busiest international airport.
Dubai International Airport has already over-taken Hong-Kong as the world’s second busiest international airport and stands poised to become the busiest in the world.
Heathrow’s capacity is restricted by the UK governments lack of forward planning and investment in UK aviation. The UK economy [...]
Snow is forecast at Heathrow airport on 20th January.
Light snow is forecast until midday 20th, increasing between 12 and 18. (With a probability of 40%)
Snow, sleet, and icy conditions are forecast for the next week. Flights tomorrow may be impacted. Leave plenty of time for your journey, and contact your airline in advance.
~300 flights were cancelled today, as heavy snow hits the UK making it difficult to run at full capacity.
To help keep the airport open, the North Runway (09L/27R) was closed to remove snow.
Snow is likely to continue to cause delays.
Contact your airline for the latest information on your flight.
Plan your journey in advance, leaving plenty of time [...]
Snow is forecast for Heathrow Airport beginning tonight, and continuing until Wednesday 23rd January. Snow is also affecting other UK and European airports.
Please make sure to plan your journey, and leave extra time for potential delays caused by snow and icy roads. Also contact your airline, or check your airline’s website, to get up to date information on flight [...]
2012 has been one of the most interesting years in Aviation for a while. Since the economic difficulties in 2008, air travel has changed – and with brand merging and changing their offering, and the growth of low cost carriers, demand for air travel is once again growing.
In 2012, Heathrow Airport handled 70 million passengers. [...]
A 24 hour strike by Lufthansa cabin crew has affected Lufthansa flights from London Heathrow Airport.
Lufthansa’s website has a full list of cancelled flights.
Ensure you check your flight before travelling to the airport.
If trying to contact Lufthansa customer service on their telephone 0871 945 9747 – please expect some difficulty getting through.
A sewage pipe at Heathrow’s Terminal 5 is said to have ruptured, allowing raw sewage to seep onto roughly 100 items of luggage.
The bags have been cleaned and returned to their owners.