London Luton Airport is the fastest growing major airport in the London area – and is second only to Heathrow for business travel as a percentage of total passenger numbers.
London Luton Airport has published its Community Engagement Annual Report for 2010. Summarising the Airport’s achievements in 2010, the report also outlines new and more challenging commitments for the Community programme in 2011.
London Luton Airport continues its strong start to the year, reporting a second month of growth for 2011.
London Luton will see nearly 500,000 passengers travelling through the Airport over the festive period heading to a wide variety of destinations, the most popular of which include Budapest, Dublin, Geneva, Glasgow, Paris, Sharm El Sheikh, Tenerife and Warsaw.
Team Luton, the town’s leading competitive swimming club, is one of the latest projects to be awarded a grant by the London Luton Airport Community Trust Fund.
The Servisair Executive Lounge at London Luton Airport has been officially opened, named after ‘The Someries’ a local landmark. The presentation and official opening was attended by representatives from London Luton Airport and Servisair Management.
Over the last two years London Luton Airport has been encouraging employees to get ‘Fit for Business’ as one of the participants on the Big Lottery Funded ‘Wellbeing in The East’ Fit for Business Portfolio.
London Luton Airport is expecting close to 120,000 passengers to travel through the Airport over the early May Bank Holiday period; one of the busiest weekends of the year.
London Luton Airport has published its Community Engagement Annual Report for 2009. The report summarises the Airport’s Community Engagement achievements in 2009 and outlines new and more challenging commitments for the Community programme in 2010.
Luton Airport is introducing a £1 fee to allow motorists to spend just 10 minutes in its newly-refurbished drop-off zone.The “kiss and drop” levy comes into force later this month and will be enforced by barriers as drivers leave the area.
London Luton has become the first major UK airport to sell tickets that give passengers a “priority lane” through security.Passengers pay £3 for a ticket to enter a channel that fast tracks them to the front of the queue, which can cut their waiting time by up to half an hour.