Heathrow Terminal One caters largely for domestic and Irish routes, as well as some European and long-haul flights. Fifteen airlines fly from terminal one, including Aer Lingus, bmi, British Airways and United Airlines. Terminal one handles over 25 million passengers a year.
Parking at Heathrow terminal one
We offer a wide range of car parking at Heathrow terminal one. Don't forget, Holiday Extras selects car parks based on their value for money, security facilities and customer service record. We can match your needs to provide the ideal service whether it is a meet and greet service, an off-site car park or parking at an on-site car park.
Park and Ride options include Quality airport parking, Courtlands, the Long Stay car Parks and Business Parking. For an airport Meet and Greet service there is the option of either LHR Meet and Greet or the Official Valet Parking service.
Hotels at Heathrow terminal one
Start your holiday feeling relaxed and refreshed after a good night's sleep. Choose one of our Heathrow hotels and avoid an early morning drive. Heathrow airport hotels offer you the luxury of enjoying a full breakfast with the terminal only a short transfer away. A pre-flight stay at a Heathrow hotel can give you a great start to your holiday and take away some of the hassle leading up to your flight.
There is a wide choice of hotels located near to Heathrow airport, ranging from three to five stars. Check out our full list of Heathrow hotels for further details on prices and facilities.
Airport lounges at Heathrow terminal one
Escape the hustle and bustle of Heathrow terminal one and enjoy complimentary food, drink, newspapers and magazines in a peaceful and relaxing environment. With our great prices, there's no reason not to treat yourself to a relaxing start to your holiday.
Heathrow terminal one floor plan
Terminal one at Heathrow consists of two floors. The areas and services are all well sign-posted and separated into clearly defined zones.
Ground floor: The ground floor is the international arrivals area.
First floor: The first floor houses the domestic arrivals areas as well as check-in and departures.
Heathrow terminal one facilities
Heathrow terminal one has a complete range of facilities aimed at all travelers. You will find a good selection of high street stores, newsagents, restaurants and cafés as well as information desks, disabled toilets and bureaux de change.
There is a wide range of outlets at Heathrow's terminal one, whether you are looking for the latest must have fashion accessory or would like to take a look at the latest technology. Heathrow terminal one also has plenty of options for stocking up on duty free goods for your holiday, a book for the plane or last minute souvenirs.
For a full listing of shops at terminal one take a look at our Heathrow shopping page.
Cafés and restaurants
Terminal 1 offers a variety of coffee shops, including Café Nero, Coffee Rebublic and Costa, as well as bars, pubs and restaurants.
Our cafés and restaurants page contains a complete list of all services at the terminal.
Bureaux de change
There are Travelex, ICE and American Express bureaux de change desks at check-in, departures and arrivals to provide foreign currency for your holidays.
It is easy to enjoy wireless internet access from your laptop at terminal one. There is internet access and wireless hotspots located in both the departure and arrivals lounges.
In departures male and female toilets, baby care, showers and disabled facilities are available. There are toilets with disabled and baby changing facilities are located at check-in and also in arrivals, by the baggage reclaim.
There is an airport enquiries desk located in the middle of the lower floor, near the car hire desks, which is open between 6am and 11pm.
St George's chapel is located between terminals one, two and three and includes a multi-faith prayer room. You can reach the chapel by taking the stairs opposite the entrance to terminal two short stay car park. The chapel is open from 7.30am to 8pm.