Fact Sheet: Terminals


Terminal 1
Terminal 1, our busiest terminal, opened in 1962 by the Duke of Edinburgh. It has:

  • 107 check-in desks
  • 24 pier served aircraft stands
  • 18 airbridges
  • Self-service check-in

Terminal 2
Terminal 2 opened by the Duke of Edinburgh in 1993 at a cost of 256 million. It has:

  • 80 check-in desks
  • 15 pier served aircraft stands
  • 14 airbridges
  • 5 baggage reclaim belts handling approximately 54,000 pieces of luggage every day
  • Self-service check-in
  • Over 380,000 trees and shrubs are planted in the landscaped areas around T2
  • The T2 baggage system is 4 kilometres in length and handles 20,065 bags on an average day

Terminal 3

Diana Princess of Wales opened Terminal A, which is now a part of Terminal 3, in 1989.
Terminal 3 has:

  • 46 check-in desks
  • 18 pier served aircraft stands
  • 14 airbridges
  • Self-service check-in