january, 2017

Heathrow Airport - Terminal 1Offered for sale by Private Treaty and a series of AuctionsType:Private Treaty SaleCountry:UK


Strictly by prior appointment only. Viewings may be subject to additional security checks.


Private Treaty Sale


London. TW6 1EW.
United Kingdom


Offers Being Accepted Now

Event Details

Offered for sale by Private Treaty and a series of Auctions

Heathrow Airport, Complete Contents of Terminal 1


110+ Airport check-in desks, scales and baggage systems

Baggage X-Ray Scanners

Body & Explosive Scanners

Liquid Detectors

Immigration Iris Scanners

Ticket/ Passport Scanners

Passenger Height Scanners

(11) Luggage Reclaim Carousels

(3) Luggage Reclaim Belts

Complete Baggage Reclaim System

(5) Complete Airbridges (In storage)

Fast drop baggage systems

Late Baggage Chutes

Gate Desk Systems

Heathrow Memorabilia

100+ Display Screens

Advertisement display systems

Airport Signage, throughout

Airport Artwork, throughout

Business Lounges

Architectural display structures

Architectural walkways and HVAC systems

Architectural Diffusers

1,000+ Airport Seating systems

2,000+ Security cameras

Immigration Areas

Security monitor control rooms

15+ Kilometers of Stainless Hand and Foot rail systems

Kilometers of removable passenger partition screening

Airport Furniture

Information centres

Blast proof glass partitions

50+ Lift Systems (Hydraulic and Cable)

15 Escalators

9 Travellators

Stair lifts

Portable buildings

1,200+ High Pressure ‘Shaw’ Valves (40bar)

2,000+ Pump Sets

100’s of Switch panels and distribution boards

Control Systems

Lighting Systems

High Intensity LED Lighting units

Large Qty of Air Compressors & Dryers

Large Capacity Chillers

Large Qty of Heat Exchangers

Hot Water Boilers

Large Qty of Air Handling Units (AHUs)

Electrical control systems (Inc. Inverters and soft start units)

Passenger welfare facilities

Decommissioned Fire Safety Equipment

Terminal History

Terminal 1 was opened in 1968 and was formally opened by Queen Elizabeth II in April 1969. At the time Terminal 1 was the biggest short-haul terminal of its kind in Western Europe.

A new pier (the so-called Europier) was added in the 1990’s which increased the capacity of the terminal, catering for widebody aircraft. In 2005, a substantial redesign and redevelopment of Terminal 1 was completed, which saw the opening of the new Eastern Extension, doubling the departure lounge in size and creating additional seating and retail space.

As part of this unique offering ‘Turn key’ solutions are available for the extraction, refurbishment and re-installation globally of the airport systems.

For further information please contact: Daniel Gray +44(0) 845 163 0581 or Nigel Naden +44(0) 7775 604208

Email: daniel@cagp.com

Sale held in conjunction with Indassol.