The Prince of Wales will visit Heathrow Airport on Tuesday 13 March.
The visit is to highlight the work done by airport and security personnel that keeps the airport and country safe
HRH will meet airport and security personnel who help to keep the airport and the country safe including a group from the Metropolitan Police and the officers working with specialist sniffer dogs.
Charles will also meet people who run the day-to-day essential services, such as National Air Traffic Services.
During his visit, Charles will hear more about the UK Border Force’s work in the area of biosecurity and meet members of the airport’s emergency and operational services.
It is also the tenth anniversary of Terminal 5, home of British Airways, so Charles will mark the occasion attending a reception on board an aircraft to meet some of the crew, apprentices and young people that work with the airline.
A champion in engaging young people to study STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Mathematics and Engineering) The Prince of Wales will also have a chance to meet several young people working on apprenticeship and training programmes.