The new Terminal Four passenger complex

December 1985
Aviation Week & Space Technology;12/23/1985, Vol. 123 Issue 26, p44
Trade Publication
The new Terminal Four passenger complex at London's Heathrow Airport is almost completed. User airlines expect to begin service from the complex in April, 1986. Terminal has 16 gates, plus 1 gate without integral loading facilities. Estimated cost is $288 million.


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