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Regus opens third Heathrow work Hub

Posted 9 February 2018 · Add Comment

Global workspace provider Regus has opened a third Regus Express location at Heathrow.



The new Regus Express facility is located in Terminal 3 and is an exciting addition to the company’s global network of 3,000 high quality, convenient work locations which are used each day by millions of business customers. Regus’ other Heathrow hubs are located in Terminal 5 and Terminal 2. 

The new 5,000 sq ft Terminal 3 facility is located just before security up a level from the Virgin check in area. The space houses twelve meeting rooms of various sizes, as well as a drop-in business lounge - a quiet, professional space offering ergonomic seating, free, secure Wi-Fi, shower facilities and complimentary refreshments.



This is the latest milestone in the roll-out of the Regus Express format - professional workspaces and office facilities at key transport hubs such as airports, railway stations and motorway service areas.  The launch follows the roll-out of Regus Express facilities at Gatwick Airport, Birmingham Airport, as well as Heathrow in the UK, and locations across the globe including Copenhagen, Luxembourg, Mumbai and Sydney International Airports.

Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus, comments: “The growing Regus Express network is making business travel much more productive for our customers across the globe and we’re delighted to announce that we have further extended it at the UK’s hub airport.

“Our strategy is to continually expand our global network and diversify the type of location we offer, making it even more convenient for our members to work flexibly and productively, when and where it suits them.”

John Arbuckle, Head of Property at Heathrow said: “The opening of the third Regus Express Business Centre is a fantastic milestone for us; we now offer business and meeting facilities in all terminals at Heathrow. This makes travelling even more convenient, providing customers with a quiet haven in between destinations to concentrate and relax.”

 

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