Passenger numbers at Luton Airport were down 56 per cent last month compared to August 2019. In total, some with 820,000 people travelled through the airport.
In the job, Jonathan Rayner will be responsible for growing and developing the commercial activity of the airport by working with airlines, retailers and other business partners.
Despite having the strongest recovery of any major airport in the UK, passenger numbers at London Luton Airport were down by 74 per cent last month compared to the same period in 2019.
London Luton has shared a new video highlighting some of the ways the airport helped the national fight against coronavirus. Highlights include repatriation flights, importing PPE, hosting a Covid-19 testing centre and supporting RAF with training, among other things.
The low-cost carrier will fly to Zakynthos in Greece, Larnaca, Cyprus, Fuertevenura and Gran Canaria in the Canary Islands, Moroccan favourite, Marrakech and up and coming Bulgarian beach destination, Varna.
The airline is implementing new protocols – in line with government regulations – to support physical distancing during boarding and enhanced cleanliness on board.
London Luton Airport and its teams, supported by its shareholders AENA and AMP Capital, have announced a renewed focus on supporting the local community and making best use of its facilities.
A celebratory ceremony was attended by senior figures from FlyBosnia, including chief executive Tarik Bilalbegović, who was greeted by chief commercial officer of London Luton Airport, Jonathan Pollard.
London Luton Airport has enjoyed its busiest ever summer. The airport welcomed 5.3 million passengers between June 1st and August 31st, an increase of 7.3 per cent on the previous year.