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Hi all. Over two years ago I tried to move the Commons category for Heathrow from "London Heathrow Airport" to "Heathrow Airport", correcting an obvious error as the name of the airport is Heathrow Airport, not London Heathrow Airport. However, ss is often the case with the Commons, due to lower traffic levels, obvious mistakes do not get corrected and this discussion died down. Could some people from here perhaps go over and support with this move?
How did Heathrow assign Chinese airlines in 2017-2018?
At Heathrow Airport, most non-aligned airlines used Terminal 4 prior to the pandemic. Some non-aligned airlines did not use Terminal 4 included Emirates, Eurowings, Icelandair, and Virgin Atlantic. However, I didn't understand why Chinese new non-aligned airlines were assigned to other terminals. For Chinese carriers, I know Air China and Taiwan's EVA Air used Terminal 2 because they are Star Alliance members, Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific used Terminal 3 because it is a Oneworld member and China Eastern and China Southern used Terminal 4 because they are SkyTeam (China Southern quit in 2019).
Between 2017-2018, Beijing Capital Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines and Tianjin Airlines began flights from China to London. However, Beijing Capital Airlines, Hainan Airlines and Tianjin Airlines was assigned to Terminal 3 and Shenzhen Airlines was assigned to Terminal 2 although having heard Tianjin Airlines was to use Terminal 2 due to its approximate distance with Beijing. China Southern Airlines left SkyTeam in 2019 but remained at Terminal 4 and it was the only Chinese non-aligned airline to use Terminal 4.
What was the decision that Beijing Capital Airlines, Hainan Airlines, Shenzhen Airlines and Tianjin Airlines to use Terminal 3 and Terminal 2? Loveheart547 (talk) 23:00, 27 January 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Your questions are probably best answered on forums like airliners.net or pprune.org instead of wikipedia Pmbma (talk) 23:32, 27 January 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]