London Luton Airport anticipates a busy summer ahead, as the airport welcomed 1.2 million passengers during May and an additional 200,000 passengers in early June 2022.
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David Gitman, President, and Owner of Monarch Air Group, explains the integration of executive aircraft into international terminals worldwide.
As passenger recovery continues and in time for the highly anticipated busy summer months ahead, London Luton Airport has announced 400 new job opportunities across the airport.
London Luton Airport achieves milestone as the airport is awarded Level 3 of the Airport Carbon Accreditation scheme, a global carbon management framework managed by Airport Council International.
The consultation will allow local residents and communities to shape the outcome of the proposed plans to separate Luton and Stansted's arrival routes and holds.
Luton Airport has been awarded the accreditation as a result of how well its COVID-19 health measures align with worldwide standards.
Hywel Rees, CEO of Leeds Bradford Airport, discusses plans for a new terminal that will significantly improve the passenger experience, as well as the airport’s target of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2023, within the latest installment of International Airport Review's exclusive CEO series.
London Luton Airport joins eight European airports and 35 global airports to have been awarded with the ACI accreditation.
The direct rail link into Luton Airport has moved a step closer with a bridge to carry trains over the main A1081 road now in place.
The second of three new taxiways has been completed ahead of schedule at Luton Airport, featuring one of the largest remote de-icing facilities in Europe.
As passenger growth continues on its exponential curve, NATS has recorded a growth in air traffic for August 2019, compared to the same period 12 months ago.
The UK's busiest airports have fallen victim to their capacity constraints as passenger feedback suggests that more needs to be done to accommodate the exponential traffic growth.
East Midlands Railway will deliver more than £600 million of improvements including regular electric train services between London and Corby and Luton Airport Parkway.
Drivers of electric vehicles will pay 75 per cent less for a 30-minute drop off or pick up in comparison to other vehicles.