14th September 2016
Glasgow Airport has recorded its busiest summer on record after more than 943,000 passengers travelled through its doors in August representing a 7.4% increase on the same period last year. It means that almost three million passengers used Glasgow Airport during the peak summer months of June, July and August ensuring the airport remains on course to record its busiest year since it first opened its doors 50 years ago.
12th September 2016
London Luton Airport has given passengers their first glimpse of how things will look when its ambitious transformation is complete using the latest CGI technology. A fly-through video takes viewers on a journey through the £110m redevelopment, beginning on the airport approach, above the new dual carriageway which is due to open later this year.
12th September 2016
Busiest-ever August as 4.8 million passengers travel through the airport Record traffic and long-haul growth prove Airports Commission data flawed Gatwick passes 42 million annual passengers – a milestone the Commission said wouldn’t be reached until 2030 Gatwick Airport’s record breaking performance in reaching 42 million annual passengers and continued long haul growth has proven that the Airports Commission forecasts are even further out of date than previously thought.
6th September 2016
Gatwick serves 42 million passengers annually for the first time ever – setting a new record for passengers travelling on a single runway Busiest-ever August at Gatwick as 4.8 million passengers travelled through the airport, +5.7% on last year, as long-haul routes grow 25% on August 2015 Gatwick Chief Financial Officer Nick Dunn, said: “Politically, economically and environmentally, the case for Gatwick expansion has never been stronger. Momentum is with Gatwick as business leaders and politicians continue to unite behind Gatwick, post – referendum Britain needs certainty – a straightforward scheme which can be promptly delivered and that’s Gatwick.”
2nd September 2016
Spanish airport operator Aena, which has a majority stake in the company that manages London’s Luton airport, said on Tuesday it expected only a limited and short-term impact from Britain’s vote to leave the European Union on demand from UK passengers. The company, which also reported a slightly higher-than-expected net profit for the first half of the year, said falls in the pound sterling could cause a slight fall-off in British passengers using its airports.
26th August 2016
Added by Direct Airport Parking Investment at 26th August 2016
London Luton Airport’s extensive redevelopment project is now well under way to upgrade the airport terminal and security areas, improve road access and increase parking facilities. Also included in the plans is a 395 acre enterprise zone which could create over 7,000 new jobs. The transformation will increase the airport´s capacity and also the number of destinations available to passengers. The redesigning of the terminal will make it quicker and easier for all passengers travelling from London Luton Airport. Projects expected to be completed this year include Pier A extensions, pedestrian walkway, dual-carriageway, short-term car park and the multi-storey car park. The many opportunities created through the Luton redevelopment are vital for its future growth and […]