No1 Lounges has confirmed that its facility at Heathrow Terminal 3 will reopen tomorrow (July 30).
The group’s UK lounges have been closed for several months as a result of travel restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemic, but are gradually starting to reopen, starting with the Gatwick North Terminal lounge last week.
No1 Lounges tweeted that its Heathrow T3 facility will reopen on July 30, with operating hours between 0600 and 2100.
All other No1 Lounges currently remain closed – the group operates facilities at Birmingham, Gatwick and Heathrow.
No1 Lounges was recently acquired through a joint venture between Swissport and Airport Dimensions.
The latter is a subsidiary of Collinson, which also owns the Priority Pass brand, and the agreement means that No1 Lounges have returned to the Priority Pass portfolio after they were removed last year.
Note that the Clubrooms lounge at London Luton, and the No1 Lounge at Edinburgh have been permanently closed and did not form part of the acquisition.
Also note that the homepage of the No1 Lounges website also refers to locations at East Midlands, Manchester and Stansted, but these are in fact Escape lounges.
The reopening of No1 Lounges’ Heathrow T3 facility follows Delta and Virgin Atlantic resuming operations at the terminal earlier this month.
Business Traveller last reviewed the No1 Lounge at Heathrow T3 in 2017: