Heathrow Airport is the third busiest airport in the world, with more than seventy million passengers passing through every year (six million more than the UK population). It has two east-west runways and five operating terminals. The busy nature of the airport meant that growth was essential to cope with increasing foot traffic. The original Terminal 2, Heathrow’s oldest passenger terminal, was closed in November 2009 and demolished a year later to make way for the construction of a future-ready terminal in its place. The construction of the £2.5bn ($4.1bn) new terminal project was completed in November 2013.
The new Terminal 2, located in the heart of the London Heathrow airport, involved the construction of a five-storey main terminal building named Terminal 2A, a 522m-long satellite pier named Terminal 2B running parallel to the main building, a four-storey car park facility for 1,300 vehicles, and development of new approach roads and forecourt lanes.
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