If I could avoid the place I would. That is the problem of booking a Oneworld RTW award late.openseat said:I hope you avoid any work stoppage troubles that seem to beseige LHR every August.
zig said:The most surprising aspect of that for me is that the people in the queue don't even look surprised, annoyed, irate, homicidal, or even mildly irritated - they look totally worn down, like they expect or deserve nothing different, or better.... Very Sad....
Reggie said:Can you imagine what pax in a similar queue would look like if it were forced on us here in OZ
Looks like it to me.alect said:Is that T3 (security line looks familiar plus I saw the VS employee waling by) ?
alect said:Is that T3 (security line looks familiar plus I saw the VS employee waling by) ?
littl_flier said:It does look a little familiar. I flew out on the 2nd of Jan and recognise the building. I think I must have been very lucky in general though, I turned up 1hr55mins before the flight, walked straight to the front of the line for Y with no status, got 18kgs of excess baggage checked with no cost, went upstairs and briefly noticed the lines, had a coffee at Starbucks, walked to the now non-existent lines, straight through passport control and security without any extra checks, into Duty Free and was at the boarding gate 1hr before the flight. All this at 7.30 at night. I only have fond memories of Heathrow.
Have feeling this may have been beginners luck.
Tooner said:I remember a queue just like that on 14/09/01 at T3 - luckily we were on Royal Brunei and in J, so the queue was not for us!
I also agree about T1 for BA - The R zone was a breeze!