Malaysia Airlines shifts back to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow as travel to the UK soars

by James Wilkinson

Malaysia Airlines has moved back to Terminal 4 at London Heathrow from Terminal 2 as travel to the United Kingdom continues to soar from across the world.

The Oneworld airline, along with other Terminal 4 carriers, has been operating from other terminals at Heathrow while operations at the airport were downgraded to just two terminals (2 and 5).

According to the carrier, as of this week (June 22), Malaysia Airlines check-in counters will be located at Zone D, Terminal 4 and passengers can refer to the flight information display screen (FIDS) for check-in information upon arrival at the airport.

“Passengers are encouraged to arrive at the terminal early to allow sufficient time for check-in and security screening as longer queues are expected during this period,” Malaysia Airlines said in a statement.

“There will be no change to check-in counter operating times, opening four hours before each scheduled flight departure time, and closing 60 minutes before each scheduled flight departure time.”