Heathrow Terminal 5 station is a shared railway and London Underground station serving London Heathrow Airport Terminal 5. The station serves as a terminus for the Heathrow Express services to Paddington in central London, and for Piccadilly line services towards Cockfosters. The station is staffed entirely by Heathrow Express staff, unlike the other underground stations serving Terminal 4 and Terminals 2 & 3.The London Underground section of the station is situated in Travelcard Zone 6; it is the westernmost below-ground station on the London Underground network.HistoryThe station was opened on 27 March 2008. It was designed by architects HOK International in conjunction with Rogers, Stirk, Harbour & Partners. Although situated underground, parts of the station's roofing are made of translucent ETFE laminate panels, allowing natural daylight to flood down both ends of all six platforms.
✈ Breakfast Menu served daily, 4:30am - midday.
✈ Main Menu & Childrens Menu served daily, 4:30am - last flight.
✈ 4 Plasma screen TVs in the customer area and a jumbo flight screen, for keeping an eye on your flight.
✈ Fantastic range of draught products available, served super-chilled:
- Windsor & Eton Republika
- Stella Artois
- San Miguel
- Estrella Damm
- Thatchers Gold
✈ 5 well-kept real ales:
- Wychwood Hobgoblin
- Wells Bombardier
- Greene King Abbot Ale
- Fullers London Pride
- Exmoor Gold
- Doom Bar coming soon
✈ Also, a great range of over 12 bottled beers - including ales and craft beers, award-winning wines and premium spirits.
✈ 20 whiskies (at last count), including single malts, blends, bourbons, etc. and even a 12 y/o single malt from Japan.
✈ Excellent selection of soft drinks.
✈ Lavazza coffee, Teapigs tea and hot chocolate always available.
✈ Over 90 tables and nearly 200 covers available.
✈ Complimentary newspapers & magazines.
✈ Contactless payment and all major credit cards accepted.
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