Expatriates across the world know that airports are probably the most emotional places known to man. They are where you say goodbye and hello again with varying amounts of time in between.
This is why ITV is looking for people to appear in a series based around these reunions, exploring the stories behind them and what they mean to the individuals involved.
Every day thousands of these remarkable meetings happen at the UK's busiest airport, making the diversity of stories immense.
Some 191,200 people arrive or depart from Heathrow on any given day, with 84 airlines serving 184 destinations across 80 countries.
The producers want to hear your tale, whether it is being reunited with a loved one after a long period apart; the first time you have ever met a relative after relocating abroad years ago; or a surprise return.
These are just some of the ideas that have been put forward, but people fly into Heathrow for so many different reasons and yours is just one of them.
It is the team behind Long Lost Family and Who Do You Think You Are? that are producing the documentary, so you can be assured it will be done in a sensitive manner.
Think along the lines of that heart warming scene at the beginning of Love Actually when people are coming together at the airport, but with the back stories included.
Having your reunion filmed by a professional TV crew will be a great way to preserve the memories and highlight the significance of the moment.
If you are planning to fly into Heathrow in the next couple of weeks and know there will be someone waiting for you, get in touch with the production team now.
You can do this by emailing them at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 3301 8524. Every story is different. Let ITV tell yours.
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