Terminal 3

Overview
Terminal 3 carried 19.5 million annual passengers in 2018, with an impressive 4% increase from 2017. The terminal has Heathrow’s second largest number of passengers flying to and from the Middle East at 2.5 million (12 months July 2017 to June 2016) – providing access to one of the most sought-after audiences. At 39%, it has Heathrow’s highest foreign leisure profile, making Terminal 3 an excellent channel for targeting affluent foreign passengers.
Sources: Heathrow 2017, 2018
TOTAL PASSENGERS: 19.5 million per year
DESTINATIONS: 58
DWELL TIME: 182 mins
TOP DESTINATIONS: Dubai, New York (JFK), Hong Kong, Miami, Helsinki

Source: Heathrow 2017

Passenger Profiles
Gender
Residency
56

Male

52%

44

Female

48%

42

UK

42%

58

Foreign

58%

Source: Heathrow 2017
Passenger Details
Passenger Numbers
UK
0%
Other EU
23%
Rest of Europe
1%
North America
4%
Central & South America
1%
Africa & Middle East
18%
Asia
13%
Australasia
3%
14-17
1%
18-24
16%
25-34
30%
35-44
21%
45-54
17%
+55
16%
Business
31%
Leisure
69%
AB
58%
C1
32%
C2
7%
DE
3%
Source: Heathrow 2018
YearMonthDepartingArriving
2018July 992,192 909,749
2018 August 926,486 953,676
2018September 787,283 897,351
2018October  861,025  816,818
2018November  723,800  766,026
2018December  831,253  799,812
2019 January 709,696 752,614
2019February 661,188 664,536
2019March  781,288  832,956
2019April 793,386  853,373
2019May 780,430 878,000
2019June 860,700  952,990
TOTAL  9,708,727 10,077,901
Source: Heathrow 2018/19
Destinations
Terminal 3 has the widest range of destinations outside of Terminal 5. A hub for long-haul flights, the terminal delivers over 76% of flights to non-EU countries. 31% of its flights are to Asia, Africa and the Middle East, with 41% flights to North America. Terminal 3 has Heathrow's highest foreign leisure profile at 39%.

Source: Heathrow  2017

Airlines
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Retailers
Terminal 3 boasts a luxurious retail offering, designed to appeal to its upmarket passengers. High-end brands such as Hermès and Chanel sit alongside high-street favourites Zara and Ted Baker, providing a wide range of shops catering for every taste.

Source: Heathrow  2017

Landside
Airside
  • Boots
  • Carat
  • Excess Baggage Company
  • Glorious Britain
  • Leon
  • Pret A Manger
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Rolling Luggage
  • The Three Bells Pub and Dining
  • Travelex
  • Voyager Entertainment
  • WHSmith
  • World Duty Free
  • Yo Sushi
  • Accessorize
  • Bally
  • Boots
  • Bridge Bar & Dining
  • Bridge Bar to The Curator
  • Bulgari
  • Burberry
  • Caffè Nero
  • Costa Coffee
  • Carat
  • Cartier
  • Cath Kidson
  • Caviar House & Prunier Oyster Bar
  • Caviar House & Prunier Seafood Bar
  • Chanel
  • Dixons
  • Dixons Travel
  • EAT.
  • Glorious Britain
  • Gucci
  • Harrods*
  • Hermès
  • Jack Wills
  • Jo Malone London
  • Leon
  • Louis Vuitton
  • MAC Cosmetics
  • Miu Miu
  • Monica Vinader
  • Mulberry
  • MAC Cosmetics
  • Montblanc
  • Mulberry
  • Oriel Grande Brasserie
  • Paddington Bear
  • Paul Smith
  • Pret A Manger
  • Ralph Lauren
  • Rhubarb Restaurant & Bar
  • Rolling Luggage
  • Salvatore Ferragamo
  • Smythson
  • Strada
  • Sunglass Boutique
  • Sunglass Hut
  • Superdry
  • Ted Baker
  • The Book Store by WHSmith
  • Thomas Pink
  • Tiffany & Co.
  • Travelex
  • Watches of Switzerland
  • WHSmith
  • World Duty Free
  • World of Whiskies
  • Yo Sushi
  • Zara
* including luxury brands: Etro, Dunhill
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