Luton Airport News

Romanian carrier Tarom flies into Luton

Romanian carrier Tarom flies into Luton

17 September 2013 Airline News

The national airline of Romania and SkyTeam member Tarom has today announced a new service to Iasi, Romania from London Luton Airport. The route will see a 134 seat Boeing 737-300 operating in a two class configuration. Services will operate twice weekly from London Luton commencing Tuesday October 29th 2013.

London Luton Airport sale agreed

London Luton Airport sale agreed

12 August 2013 Airline News

TBI, a company owned by abertis and Aena Internacional, has agreed to sell the company holding the concession for London Luton Airport to a consortium formed by Aena and AXA Private Equity. The enterprise value of the transaction is £433 million.

Stansted and Luton Airports reopen runways

Stansted and Luton Airports reopen runways

5 December 2012 Airline News

Stansted Airport has reopened its single runway following a brief closure this morning due to snow. Luton Airport, also in the south-east of England, has also reopened its runway following a similar closure during the early hours.

Luton operator confirms relationship through 2031

Luton operator confirms relationship through 2031

19 August 2012 Airline News

London Luton Airport Limited (LLAL), the company that owns the airport, and London Luton Airport Operations Limited (LLAOL), the airport’s operator, have signed a contract to enable London Luton Airport to continue to be managed, operated and developed by LLAOL through to 2031.

easyJet launches strategic vision for Luton

easyJet launches strategic vision for Luton

5 May 2012 Airline News

easyJet has today launched its strategic vision for London Luton Airport. This follows on from the two recently published master plans from Luton Borough Council and London Luton Airport Operations Limited (LLAOL).

London Luton outlines plans for growth

London Luton outlines plans for growth

15 March 2012 Airline News

London Luton Airport Operations, the operator of London Luton Airport has announced its Master Plan for the future of the airport. The airport is the fifth largest airport in the UK and was the fastest growing London airport in 2011.

Luton reveals expansion plans

Luton reveals expansion plans

14 March 2012 Airline News

The operator of Luton Airport has published an alternative expansion plan to a blueprint produced by its owners. The new plans seek to accommodate rising passenger numbers which are expected grow from 10 million per year to between 14 – 16 million by 2020.