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Terminal 2 (The Queens Terminal) opened on June 4th 2014 after the old terminal 2 was demolished in 2009. The official opening was on the 23rd of June 2014 by Queen Elizabeth at official opening. Some of the main improvements over the old terminal include vastly improved use of natural light (with north facing ceiling windows) and space and to place the terminal building and its satellites perpendicular to the runways for huge efficiency gains. One of the main purposes of the terminal is to house the Star Alliance group of airlines. Notable for housing one of the largest sculptures on permanent show anywhere in Europe, The Slipstream created by Richard Wilson.

At the time of opening the following outlets were in service:
Check-in level, before security:
Costa
The Excess Baggage Company
The Flying Chariot by JD Wetherspoon
Travelex
VAT reclaim by Travelex

Departure lounge, immediately after security:
Boots
Case Luggage
Cath Kidston
Dixons
EAT.
The Perfectionists' Café (Heston Blumenthal)
John Lewis
London's Pride by Fullers
Moneycorp
Ted Baker
The Gorgeous Kitchen
Thomas Pink
Travelex
Sunglass Hut
WHSmith
Wondertree
Yo! Sushi
World Duty Free

Departure lounge, after security, gate room level:
Bottega Veneta
Burberry
Bulgari
Ca'ppuccino and WHSmith
Caviar House
Caviar House and Prunier
Gucci
Harrods
Hugo Boss
Kurt Geiger
La Salle
Leon
Moneycorp
Mulberry
Paul Smith
Plaza Premium lounge
Smythson
Travelex
World Duty Free
Michael Kors
WHSmith

Arrivals level:
Boots
Caffé Nero
The Excess Baggage Company
Marks & Spencer
Moneycorp
Tourist services by British Hotel Reservation Centre
Travelex
World Duty Free
SIM Local
WHSmith

Terminal 2B (satellite, after security):
World Duty Free
Caffé Nero
WHSmith
Boots
Moneycorp


TERMINAL TWO HISTORICAL INFORMATION
The old terminal 2 closed on the 26th November 2009 for demolition.
Terminal 2 was actually the site of the first true terminal building at Heathrow, the 'Europa Building', which saw its first passengers for short haul flights in April 1955 and was officially inaugurated on the 16th December 1955 by her Majesty Queen Elizabeth and the Duke of Edinburgh.

 
TERMINAL 2 AIRLINES
AIRLINE CODE PHONE NUMBER
Aegean Airlines  A3 0871 200 0040
Aer Lingus  EI 0871 718 5000
Air Canada  AC 0871 220 1111
Air China  CA 020 7744 0800
Air New Zealand  NZ 0800 028 4149
Asiana Airlines OZ 0845 602 9900
ANA NH 020 8762 8977
Austrian  OS 0970 124 2625
Avianca    
Brussels airlines  SN 0905 609 5609
Croatia Airlines  OU 0844 371 0310
Egypt Air  MS 020 7734 2343
Ethiopian Airlines  ET 020 8987 7000
EVA Air  BR 020 7380 8300
Germanwings  4U 0906 294 1918
LOT Polish Airlines  LO 0845 601 0949
Lufthansa  LH 0871 945 9747
SAS - Scandinavian Airlines  SK 020 8990 7000
Singapore Airlines  SQ 0844 800 2380
South African Airways  SA 0844 375 9681
Swiss International Airlines  LX 0845 601 0956
TAP Portugal  TP 0845 601 0932
Thai Airways  TG 0844 561 0911
Turkish Airlines  TK 0844 800 6666
United Airlines  UA 0845 844 4777
Virgin Atlantic Little Red VS 0844 874 7747




VIEW THE OLD TERMINAL 2 LAYOUT (PRE 2009)
 

Terminal 2 Layout Map - Click image to enlarge


The former Terminal 2 and coach pick-up area (2006)
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