Passengers travelling with Aerofloat from Heathrow Airport will be departing from Terminal 4 from next week.
The airline is switching terminals on November 17th.
It is the latest airline to move terminals at Heathrow and follows in the steps of eight airlines which switched earlier this week.
The closure of Terminal 2, which is due to take place on November 26th, is the reason behind the airline movements and the majority have switched to Terminal 4.
Major renovation work is taking place in Terminal 2.
The construction project will cost £1 billion and it is hoped that it will improve services.
Aerofloat’s move coincides with the opening of Terminal 4’s premium check-in area, which will make travelling much less hassle-free for passengers.
In addition to the premium check-in facilities a new second floor lounge has been opened with a number of services to let people relax before they travel.