Following the crash-landing of British Airways flight BA038 at Heathrow on Thursday, airport operator BAA says there is likely to be some disruption to services on Friday.
However, it said it hoped to be returning to "near normal operations" during the day.
All passengers are still being urged to contact their airlines for the precise status of their flights.
A total of 113 incoming and outgoing flights scheduled for Friday have been cancelled - they are mainly short-haul flights.
There had been some disruption at Terminal 1 from where most of the cancelled short-haul flights had been due to depart, but the airport was now "coping well," a BAA spokeswoman said.
More information can be found on British Airways' website www.ba.com.
The exit slip road from Junction 14 of the M25 and the A30 at Hatton Cross, both closed after the incident on Thursday, have now reopened.
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