Heathrow Terminal 5 wins UK Airport of the Year Award
We’re proud to announce Heathrow Terminal 5 has taken out the UK Airport of the Year Award at the National Transport Awards overnight.
The award comes after a year that not only featured record passenger numbers but also equalling and beating our best customer service scores.
Heathrow saw off competition from Birmingham, Edinburgh, Gatwick and Glasgow to win the coveted award.
The awards, hosted by broadcaster Jeremy Vine, and introduced by Claire Perry, Under-Secretary of State for the Department for Transport, are a chance to recognise UK transport projects on both a national and local scale.
Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye and members of our Commuter and Surface Access teams attended the event that took place at Westminster Park Plaza, London.
Heathrow was nominated in two categories – the Commuter Team for Transport Team/Partnership of the year, and the Airport of the Year category where Terminal 5 came up trumps.
Pictured from left to right receiving the award are : Heathrow’s Sustainable Transport Manager Theo Panayi, graduate Alasdair McGregor who recently completed six months in T5, broadcaster Jeremy Vine and Heathrow CEO John Holland-Kaye.
The Terminal will form part of the Heathrow West Terminal under our vision for an expanded Heathrow, more information can be found here.