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British Airways will restart long haul flights at London Heathrow Terminal 3 from Wednesday 30 March 2022.
At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic all BA flights at London Heathrow were consolidated at Terminal 5. BA resumed short haul flights at Terminal 3 in late 2021.
These long haul routes will move from Terminal 5 to Terminal 3:
Accra – 25 April 2022
Austin – 25 April 2022
Barbados – 30 March 2022
Nairobi – 30 March 2022
Orlando – 30 March 2022
Las Vegas – 25 April 2022
Phoenix – 25 April 2022
São Paulo – Buenos Aires – 25 April 2022
These dates may change and further route transfers later in the summer season are possible.
Readers can keep up to date with latest route changes with our dedicated pages for BA’s long haul route network and Terminal 3.
Eligible passengers travelling from Terminal 3 do have the option of using the excellent Cathay Pacific and Qantas lounges.
Arriving passengers can also use the American Airlines arrivals lounge which has also reopened.
Short Haul Route Transfers
On Sunday 27 March 2022, a large number of short haul routes will also move between Terminals 3 & 5.
Routes moving from Terminal 5 to 3 include Bastia, Bucharest, Faro, Gothenburg, Lyon, Naples, Oslo, Porto, Split, Toulouse, Valencia
Routes moving from Terminal 3 to 5 include Barcelona, Hannover, Sofia
Passengers with connections at London Heathrow should check their itineraries as the Minimum Connection Time for T3 – T5 transfers is 90 minutes, compared to 60 minutes for T5 – T5 connections.
Passengers can check the status of their bookings using the Manage My Booking tool on ba.com
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