Airlines and destinations
London Heathrow Airport plays host to 90 different airlines. Some of them are world famous, and some of them are tiny operations. Put together, they add up to an airport with international connections to every corner of the world.
Airlines and destinations from London Heathrow Airport
Some of the largest operators out of and into Heathrow include British Airways, American Airlines, KLM, Air France, Lufthansa, Qantas, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and Emirates. These companies provide daily services to major world cities like Hong Kong, Dubai, New York and Moscow, but there are less well known routes on offer as well. For example, you could fly from Heathrow to Astana in Kazakhstan with Air Astana, or visit Dhaka with Biman Bangladesh Airlines.
There's also a mixture of full-price and budget airlines. Some of the low cost operators using Heathrow include Eurowings and Iberia Express. In general though, Heathrow is the UK's most important long haul destination and starting point. While smaller airports like Luton deal with short haul trips to Europe, Heathrow is the bridge between London and Asia, Africa and the Americas, which is one of the reasons why it is so popular with business travellers. Some of the most well travelled routes include Heathrow to New York JFK, which is operated by British Airways, American Airlines, Virgin Atlantic and Air France. London to Paris is another vital route, and is flown by British Airways, Air France, and Iberia.