Regus launches second Heathrow workspace “to make business travellers’ lives easier”

The workspace, located in Terminal 2, is the latest addition to the Regus Express network of flexible work facilities at global transport hubs

Global workspace provider Regus has opened its second Regus Express work hub at Heathrow Airport, with a view to offering business travellers another professional place to meet and work.

Located in Terminal 2, the new landside facility covers 2,100 square-feet and provides co-working space, a drop-in business lounge offering free wi-fi and refreshments, and nine meeting rooms each seating between four and 12 people.

With its easy access to the M4 and M25 motorways as well as to central London, Regus says that the workspace provides a “convenient meeting point” for travelling professionals and remote workers.

The Terminal 2 business centre joins Regus’ network of Express facilities, which provide flexible co-working spaces, offices and drop-in business lounges at key transport hubs including airports, railway stations and motorway service areas.

Regus’ first Heathrow Airport Express hub, which opened in 2014, is located in Terminal 5. The office provider has also opened Express locations at Gatwick and Birmingham airports, as well as in 11 countries around the world including at Copenhagen, Luxembourg, Mumbai and Sydney international airports.

Start-ups, small businesses and entrepreneurs based near Heathrow might also benefit from other Regus facilities which are in close proximity to the airport, including two workspaces on Stockley Park, one on Bath Road in Heathrow, and another on Hyde Park in Hayes.

Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus, commented:

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“The growing Regus Express network is making air travel much more productive for our customers across the globe by providing high-quality workspace, on flexible terms, wherever it is needed.”

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