The arrival of The Queen's Arms T2

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We're delighted to be officially opening our first landside airport site on 28 July, with the arrival of The Queen's Arms Heathrow, Terminal Two. 


Fuller's second addition to Heathrow Airport, The Queen’s Arms dominates one end of the departure hall and offers a range of comfortable seating areas for relaxing, drinking and dining over two floors. There is no missing the Fuller's logo, proudly displayed on a model control tower, sign-posting the pub to passengers as they enter the airport.

The opening of The Queen’s Arms will run as a sister-site to Fuller’s successful airside pub at the same terminal, London’s Pride. General Manager of London’s Pride, Ryan Moore, will oversee both pubs.

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The Queen’s Arms is ideal for plane-spotters – with one side of the pub looking out across the airport. It offers an international menu from 5am to 11pm with dishes including spiced chicken thighs, Moroccan lamb tagine and Keralan vegetable curry.

On the bar is an impressive range of cask and craft beers – stored in a glass-fronted cellar. The pub also offers a full wine list, cocktails, juices and outstanding coffee.

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General Manager Ryan Moore said: “It’s great to be bringing first class hospitality to customers landside at The Queen’s Terminal – it’s always seemed criminal that you could only get a warm Fuller’s welcome if you were actually catching a plane. Now we can offer the perfect place for a pre-departure meal or even an international business meeting for global travellers, without having the leave the airport.

“We have a great team in place and the new menu dishes are delicious – and very different to the more classic British menu we have on offer at London’s Pride. Our beers are kept in a wonderful glass-fronted cellar and we have an excellent range – as you would expect in any Fuller’s pub.

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“The Queen’s Arms has a lovely retro feel too, with lots of aeroplane decoration and some lovely 1950’s style notes to the design. With its replica control tower, it looks proudly over the departure hall, providing the perfect place to meet your fellow travellers prior to departure.

“I’m so proud to be running both of these brilliant pubs. With a team of just over 100 across the two sites, we are ready and waiting to welcome travellers, airport staff, and visitors both airside and landside.”

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Whatever reason you might be passing through, whether you have some time to kill at the start of your travels or you're dropping someone off at the terminal, do stop by The Queen's Arms and say hi to Ryan and the team.