UAE national carrier Etihad Airways will return to London Heathrow’s Terminal 4 from June 22, 2022.
The carrier added that from July-September 2022, it will increase its current four daily flights schedule from London Heathrow to five daily flights.
Over the last few months during the pandemic, Etihad operated out of Terminals 2 and 3 in London Heathrow. Transport connections including the London Underground and Heathrow Express will also resume.
The airline noted that the Etihad Lounge will also reopen for its first and business class guests, as well as Etihad Guest Platinum and Gold members. The lounge has a separate dining area as well as a children’s playroom too.
Also from July, Etihad will increase its services into Dublin to offer a daily flight, and continue to operate a daily service to and from Manchester.
Following the official opening of Terminal 4 on June 22, London Heathrow is expecting a large number of guests for travel which is why Etihad said that its check-in desks there will open three-and-a-half hours before departure.
Qatar Airways to return to Heathrow T4 on June 14
Another GCC carrier, Qatar Airways, also resumed operations at Heathrow Terminal 4 earlier this month. Flight QR11 became the first to arrive into T4 when it reopened on June 14.