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 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.
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 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 Airport Operations Limited was delighted to welcome Aviation Minister Theresa Villiers to the airport today.
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.
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.
Yesterday marked a special date for London Luton Airport as Slovenia’s national flag carrier, Adria Airways, together with the Slovenian Tourist Board and Slovenian Embassy held a trade launch event at the Airport.
London Luton Airport’s futureLuToN:Optimisation six week public consultation is to begin this week. The plan will outline the airport’s proposal to increase the its capacity to 18 million passengers a year, create up to 6,000 new jobs and generate millions of pounds of investment.
After becoming ‘London’s fastest growing airport’ in 2011, today marked a new high point for London Luton Airport and the region as Slovenia’s national flag carrier, Adria Airways, announced they will commence flights to the airport.
London Luton Airport has announced it will seek to increase the capacity of the property to 18 million passengers per year using the one existing runway. The operator estimates the development could create up to 6,000 new jobs and generate millions of pounds of investment.