Effective from 07 Oct 2015, Cathay Pacific Counters will be moved from Terminal 3, Zone B to Zone C at London Heathrow Airport.
Terminal 3, Zone B (0800 - 2120)
Ticket Desk : 0800 - 2120
From 0800 until 2120
Passengers must enter the security check point of London Heathrow airport at least 30 minutes before the flight departure time or before 2145
Passengers departing from London Heathrow airport are required to enter the security check point at least 30 minutes before the flight departure time or before 2145. Passengers who enter the security check point less than 30 minutes before the flight departure time or after 2145 will not be allowed to proceed and will be asked to return to check-in counters by the Airport Security staff for alternative travel arrangements.
|Location:||Terminal 3, Lounge C, Central Concourse|
|Opening Hours:||Daily: 0530 - 2200
|Location:||Heathrow Airport Terminal 3 - Arrivals Building, 2nd Floor|
|Opening Hours:||Daily: 0500 - 1400
For further information, click on the website of Heathrow Airport.
Please collect your boarding card at transfer desk.
Clear immigration and customs, then proceed to check-in counter.
For Heathrow Airport terminal maps, please visit the Heathrow Airport Website
To city centre:
Heathrow Express: From GBP16.50
Underground: From GBP4.00
Taxi: GBP40.00 (24km / 15 miles)
Included in the price of airline ticket.
Quantity allowed when arriving from EU countries appears in brackets:
Tobacco Products: 200 (800) cigarettes or 100 (400) cigarillos or 50 (200) cigars or 250g (1kg) tobacco
Alcoholic Beverages: 1 (10) litre of spirits over 22% proof or 2 (20) litres of fortified wine or 2 (90) litres of still table wine (only 60 litres of this can be sparkling wine) plus 3 (110) litres of beer
Others: 60ml perfume and 250ml eau-de-toilette. Gifts and souvenirs up to the value of GBP300.00.
Passengers are reminded that it is against the law to bring any meat or dairy products into the UK from countries outside Europe. Restrictions also apply to many other food items, including fish, shellfish, eggs and honey as well as certain plants and vegetables.
Controls on food imports are essential to protect British livestock and agriculture from pests and disease not found in the UK - and may also protect your own health.
Check the rules on the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs website before you travel and avoid severe delays, prosecution and fines on arrival in the UK.