Etihad Airways, the UAE's national carrier, has stated that it would resume service from London Heathrow's Terminal 4 on June 22, 2022. Following a temporary stay in Terminals 2 and 3 during the pandemic, Etihad is returning to Terminal 4. The London Underground and Heathrow Express, as well as other modes of transportation, will resume.
Etihad's First and Business class passengers, as well as Etihad Guest Platinum and Gold members, will be able to use the Etihad Lounge once again. The lounge features different places for relaxation and dining, as well as a kids' playroom to keep Etihad's 'Little VIPs' entertained.
Etihad has also indicated that it will increase its current four daily flights from London Heathrow to five daily flights from July to September 2022. Etihad will also boost its flights to Dublin to offer a daily flights starting in July, while continuing to fly to and from Manchester on a daily basis.
London Heathrow expects a big number of passengers to fly after the official opening of Terminal 4 on June 22. Etihad is requesting that all passengers check in online and arrive at the airport early at this time to guarantee a smooth and swift flight.