Star Alliance Celebrates a Decade since Consolidation at London Heathrow’s Terminal 2

London Heathrow Terminal 2

Star Alliance celebrates its 10th anniversary since the operational consolidation at London Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 2.

Terminal 2 opened on June 4, 2014, and currently serves as a hub for 23 Star Alliance member airlines, offering over 120 departing flights a day to 44 cities in 23 countries. This terminal caters to more than 15 million passengers annually, aiming at operational efficiency and enhanced customer experience through simplified transfers among other services.

Star Alliance Gold members enjoy benefits such as priority security screening, baggage tracking services, and access to the Star Connection Center for passengers with short transfer times. Additionally, they can avail of a complimentary upgrade to Business First on the Heathrow Express, connecting the airport with Paddington Station.

Heathrow Airport is London’s largest airport and ranks among the world’s top for international passenger volume. It comprises four terminals, Terminal 2 through 5, with Terminal 1 being closed due to obsolescence and repurposed as expansion space for Terminal 2.

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