Signature Flight Support debuts new location at London Luton

Signature Flight Support debuts new location at London Luton

Signature-based Signature Flight Support has confirmed that its second London location for the Signature Elite Class service is now operational.

The new property is located at London Luton Airport’s private jet terminal.

At the same time, the Signature Elite Class service at Signature’s fixed-base location at London’s Gatwick airport celebrated its fifth anniversary this summer.

At Gatwick, Signature supports carriers including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic, Emirates and easyJet for arrivals and departures.

The new service at London Luton was announced during EBACE in Geneva, and is currently available to passengers departing on easyJet flights.

Future service will include arrivals.

Signature Flight Support is the only fixed base operation to offer this service at London Luton and London Gatwick.

Signature Elite Class allows passengers to avoid the commercial terminal and depart from Signature fixed bases. 

Customs and Immigration and security screening is performed at the fixed-base location with exceptional privacy. 

Customers enjoy all of the amenities and exquisite refreshments and can relax in well-appointed luxury lounges. 

When departing for a flight, a Signature Flight Support luxury vehicle transports passengers directly to the aircraft where they can board at their leisure. 

Luggage is transferred to the aircraft directly by Signature staff.

Evie Freeman, managing director for Signature Flight Support’s Europe, Middle East & Africa division stated: “We are pleased to extend this extraordinary customer experience to our newly inaugurated ultra-luxury FBO at London Luton. 

“Customers can now enjoy an Elite Class experience normally only available to those utilising private aircraft.

“It removes the stress of transiting the commercial terminal and our staff can accommodate passengers’ needs in a world-class manner. 

“We are excited to bring back the glamour to commercial air travel and we look to continue to expand this service in the future.”