With passenger volumes set to reach 3 million this year, London City Airport today launched a 10-week public consultation on how it can meet passenger demand in the decade ahead.
Bumper May figures have helped London City Airport surpass one million passengers for the year to date. The airport is also launching services to nine new destinations in June, including Thessaloniki, Barcelona and Guernsey.
As preparations gear up for the global celebration of the 70th year of Queen Elizabeth II’s historic reign, London City Airport today announced how it plans to mark the occasion.
London City Airport has outlined plans to become the first net zero airport in London by 2030. Measures including phasing out gas for heating, waste and single-use plastics, and deploying electric vehicles.
London City Airport has welcomed the return of flights to Milan Linate as the city-centre hub seizes on pent-up demand from business and leisure travellers.
British Airways CityFlyer will start new routes from London City Airport to Milan Malpensa and Luxembourg on March 27th, as the airport continues to rebuild its network.
London City Airport has hosted two successful events to support its recruitment drive and recovery of local businesses, following the pandemic.
London City Airport is preparing for the return of flights to Milan Linate, as the city-centre hub seizes on pent-up consumer demand to revitalise its short-haul connections.
Brits and Europeans can return to the slopes with two new routes from London City Airport. British Airways is now fly up to four times per week direct to Chambéry in the French Alps.
With the introduction of new routes and the return of top-selling destinations, the airport is expecting more than three quarters of 2019 routes to be operating this year.
British Airways will launch four new routes in time for the summer season. Operating from London City Airport, customers can now book to fly to Barcelona, Luxembourg, Milan and Thessaloniki.