Saturday, September 16, 2006

Heathrow Terminal 4 tube services will resume on 17

Underground services to Heathrow Terminal 4 will resume this Sunday (September 17) after an extended closure.
The Piccadilly line has been closed between the terminal and Hatton's Cross for the last 20 months while work has been carried out to build a rail connection to the new Terminal 5, due to open in March next year.
In the meantime, replacement bus services have been in operation from Hatton's Cross.
While the track construction work has been taking place, London Underground has made improvements to the Terminal 4 station.
Terminal 4 is the take-off point of most for British Airways' long-haul flights, as well as services from Air Malta, Air Sahara, Kenya Airways, KLM, Qantas, SN Brussels, SriLankan Airlines and TAM.
15/09/06, UK