What to know about the Heathrow expansion


Travelers visiting the UK from the Middle East or North Africa will soon be able to fly to Heathrow Airport in the UK.

The new airport, which will include the largest international terminal in the world, will allow visitors from those countries to fly direct to the UK, bypassing Heathrow and instead making their journey on a Boeing 777, a Boeing 737 or an Airbus A320.

The United Arab Emirates and Oman, the countries with the biggest Arab populations in the region, are also among the first countries in the Middle Eastern and North African region to officially join the Heathrie program.

In addition, the UK has signed up to a number of regional airlines, including Dubai Airways, Emirates, Etihad, Etixx, Etowah, Emirates and Emirates Airline.

All of these airlines will be allowed to operate flights from the new airport from the beginning of 2018.

The airports new route will also allow airlines to fly from Heathrow to the United Arab Arab Emirates or Oman.

The flights will operate on an A320-200 and will use a number for which the airline has not yet signed a deal.

It’s unclear what the future of Heathrow airport will look like.

In May, the United Kingdom announced that it was extending the existing route to allow for faster connections between Heathrow, Gatwick and London, but the new routes will not have the capacity to accommodate all of the passengers that are expected to be using Heathrow in the future.

Heathrow is already the world’s busiest international airport, serving over 60 million passengers a year.

It is the largest airport in the country, with a capacity of nearly 9.5 million passengers.

A number of airlines already operate flights to Heath, including Qatar Airways, Etisalat, Emirates Airlines, Lufthansa, Emirates Air Line, Emirates Southeast, Emirates First, L-3, Singapore Airlines, United Arab Express, and Virgin Atlantic.

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