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Heathrow airport can trace its origins back to 1929 when it was just a small air strip known as the great west aerodrome on some land that was situated southeast of the hamlet of Heathrow from which the airport takes its name from. Back then the area was mostly farms, gardens, there was also actually a Heathrow farm roughly where terminal 1 is now. The hamlet itself was predominantly alongside a country road also named Heathrow Road which ran east to south of the current terminal locations.
The real major developments at Heathrow took place in 1944 with the onset of WWII. It was required that the airfield be used for long distance military aircraft destined for the east. However, by the time of its completion the war had ended. It was then decided that it would be maintained as a civil airport in 1946 it was opened as London airport which it was later renamed to Heathrow airport in the late 60’s. The main airport design is by Sir Frederick Gibberd who designed the original terminals and central buildings.
Heathrow Airport is used by over 80 airlines that fly to over 185 destinations in a total of 84 countries.
The airport is the main hub of British Airways and is also a base for Richard Branson’s Virgin Atlantic.
Heathrow has 4 passenger terminals numbered 2 to 5 and a 1 cargo terminal.
Heathrow saw 73.4 million passengers in 2014, 93% of which were international travellers and the remaining where destined for the UK