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October 4, 2023
Egypt Bulletin

Etihad Airways to return to London Heathrow Terminal 4

In June 2022, Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will return to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow Airport. During the pandemic, Etihad was temporarily housed at Terminals 2 & 3 during this time. As well as the London Underground and Heathrow Express, other transport connections would be restored. Etihad’s First and Business classes, as well as Platinum and Gold Etihad Guest members, will have access to the Etihad Lounge.

Etihad Airways to return to London Heathrow Terminal 4Etihad’s Little VIPs can play in the children’s playroom and relax in separate lounge areas. From July to September 2022, Etihad will increase its four daily flights from London Heathrow to five daily flights. Etihad will also increase its services into Dublin from July to provide a daily flight, and will continue to operate daily to and from Manchester.

The official opening of Terminal 4 at London Heathrow on 22 June is expected to attract a large number of passengers. Etihad is asking all passengers to check in online, arrive at the airport early during this time – Etihad check-in desks at London Heathrow will be open three and a half hours before departure – and check if they are Verified to Fly online.

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