Workspace provider Regus has announced the opening a new Express co-working hub at Heathrow Airport.
The new Regus Express space, located landside in Terminal 2, is the latest instalment to Regus’ network of flexible workspaces “designed to make business travellers’ lives easier.” The new hub joins the company’s existing Express location at Heathrow, which has been in Terminal 5 since 2014.
The new Regus Express can be found adjacent to the main terminal building in T2. It covers an area of over 2100 square feet, incorporating a co-working space and nine high-specification meeting rooms, seating between 4 and 12 people. There is also a drop-in business lounge with a quieter, more professional atmosphere for working in. The space features comfortable seating, free wifi and complimentary refreshments.
This opening is the most recent step in Regus’ plan to provide professional workspaces and office facilities at key transport hubs, such as airports, railway stations and motorway service areas, as part of its Regus Express brand.
Regus Express facilities in the UK include locations at Gatwick, Birmingham and the aforementioned at Heathrow Terminal 5. Globally, the Regus Express airport network spans 11 countries, with a presence in Copenhagen, Luxembourg, Mumbai and Sydney International Airports, to name bug a few.
Speaking at the Heathrow T2 launch, Richard Morris, UK CEO at Regus, said: “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.
“Our T2 space is easy to access from the M4 or M25 motorways or from central London, making it a convenient meeting point for business travellers coming from near and far.”`