Wizz Air UK, the UK-based, wholly owned airline subsidiary of Wizz Air Holdings Plc, today celebrates carrying a total of 15 million passengers on its routes from London Luton Airport
London Luton is recruiting for 400 new roles across the airport as passenger figures indicate a promising recovery for the airport. A busy ski season and half-term city breaks boosted passenger numbers.
Wizz Air has confirmed a new low-fare route from London Luton Airport to Sarajevo. The new route will launch on March 29th and tickets are available now.
Wizz Air will restart flights from London Luton to Gran Canaria, Lisbon, Milan and Rome, as well as departures from Doncaster Sheffield to Lanzarote, Tenerife and Fuerteventura.
The most popular destinations for passengers travelling through the airport were Palma de Mallorca, Bucharest and Belfast, reflecting the traffic light system.
The new services include the introduction of unlimited Wi-Fi across the terminal building and the creation of LLA Market Place, which enables passengers to pre-order food and drink contact-free.
In preparation for the restart of international travel, London Luton Airport (LLA) has opened a new in-terminal Covid-19 testing facility with its partner, Collinson.
From June 22nd, Wizz will operate flights twice weekly to the popular Mediterranean hotspot of Antalya, and from September 22nd, flights will commence three times a week to Rzeszow in Poland.
London Luton Airport has welcomed an announcement by the department for transport that the government is to provide funding to get a UK airspace modernisation programme back on track.
The travel giant said it would not operate departures from the airport until December 30th at the earliest, when restrictions are due to be reassessed.