Launching their video campaign, "The best gift of all", the film shows teddy bear couple Mr and Mrs Bair as they adventure through the airport.
As they travel through the hub, the film - set to a Chas and Dave soundtrack - captures all the familiar sights and sounds of Heathrow.
Finally the elderly bears emerge, blinking into arrivals and we see them searching the crowds for someone, but we won't give away the ending, you'll have to watch for yourselves.
Those who are waiting to be reunited with friends and family will truly appreciate the sentiment, from the tender moments between the teddy bears to their eager waiting at arrivals.
The airport's commercial director, Jonathan Coen, said: "Christmas is my favourite time of year at Heathrow – the airport is abuzz with families and friends reuniting for this special time of year."
"We love the film and hope the bears’ journey through the airport captures that excitement you feel when walking through Heathrow arrivals into the arms of your loved ones at Christmas," he added.
Last month, Heathrow got backing from the government to press ahead with plans to build a third runway .
The decision, which the government's cabinet sided with over plans for a new runway at Gatwick Airport, has received mixed reactions from politicians, business groups and residents who will be affected .
This year has once again seen a debate arrive over the winter months as John Lewis, Marks and Spencers, Aldi and others battle it out to be the tear-jerking advert of the year.
Whether it's John Lewis' Buster the Boxer, the little Robin from Waitrose or superwoman Mrs Klaus featured , viewers have made their views heard on what they think of this Christmas' spread .
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