Americans Will Be Able to Skip Long Lines at Heathrow Airport

CHRIS O'SHEA | November 9, 2018

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Planning on traveling to London any time soon? Or maybe you’ll just be passing through Heathrow Airport on your way to another destination. If so, you might want to reschedule that trip. That’s because starting mid-2019, American travelers will be able to skip the immigration and passport lines at Heathrow.

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