My Account Menu

CAPA Login

Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Most Recent Job Posting

CAPA Profiles

London Luton Airport

Create Diamond Alert

London Luton Airport

IATA Code
LTN
ICAO Code
EGGW
Corporate Address
London Luton Airport
Navigation House
Airport Way
Luton, Bedfordsire,
LU2 9LY
UK
Website
http://www.london-luton.co.uk
City
London
Country
United Kingdom
Network
Domestic | International
Airport Type
Primary
Other airports serving London
London City Airport
London Gatwick Airport
London Heathrow Airport
London Stansted Airport
Runways
2160m x 46m
Airlines currently operating to this airport with scheduled services
Air France
Atlasjet
Blue Air
easyJet
El Al
MNG Airlines Cargo
Monarch Airlines
Ryanair
TAROM
Thomas Cook Airlines
Wizz Air

London Luton Airport is one of the largest airports in the UK and the fourth-largest serving the London metropolitan area. The airport is located 32 miles north of central London in the town of Luton, with the vast majority of its traffic from the low-cost and charter airline sector. LCC easyJet is one of the largest airlines serving Luton and is headquartered on the grounds of the airport.

Location of London Luton Airport, United Kingdom

Ground Handlers and Cargo Handlers servicing London Luton Airport

  • Harrods Aviation Ltd
  • Servisair Cargo
  • Servisair

 
This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

468 total articles

and

29 total articles

and

easyJet lassos London Gatwick and Luton airports with long term deals

2-Apr-2014 6:09 PM

easyJet has recently concluded long term deals with Gatwick and Luton airports, its two largest London bases. The Gatwick deal follows a change in economic regulation that encourages a more tailored approach and the Luton agreement follows a change of concession ownership and a commitment to capacity expansion.

Last year, easyJet reached a similar agreement with Stansted, which is no longer subject to economic regulation. easyJet also operates from Southend, the smallest London airport, albeit not under a long term contract.

easyJet's London airport deals give it both a high level of visibility over airport charges and real flexibility about where to deploy its capacity. It has thrown an effective lasso around the UK's capital, and now appears to have tightened its grip on the rope.

UK airports record strong summer and first half, but charter carriers face up to new realities

14-Sep-2011 2:51 PM

The UK’s major airports have reported a surprisingly upbeat summer season, with the country’s largest airport operator BAA setting a new passenger traffic record. London Luton, Gatwick, City and Manchester have also posted encouraging results this year, as the country shifted back into growth mode after a difficult few years. But BAA has warned that the better times could to be coming to an end, with a weaker-than-expected growth outlook for the remainder of the year.

Air Malta troubles worsen as unions flex muscle and LCCs grow

8-Jul-2011 3:42 PM

Air Malta’s troubles have become more acute as the struggling carrier’s unions increase their opposition to large-scale redundancies. Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi has stated the present situation is increasingly worrying, particularly in light of the EUR77 million the government has poured into the airline since Jun-2011.

Monarch moves as UK charter traffic continues long decline

14-Jun-2011 4:45 PM

Monarch Airlines, the London Luton-based airline, recently announced it would move more aggressively into the scheduled market from 2012. Monarch, originally a charter airline, has played in both the charter and scheduled markets in recent years, as demand for charter traffic has waned due to the aggressive expansion of LCCs in the UK.

easyJet report paints bleak picture of APD effects

23-May-2011 10:39 AM

British LCC easyJet commissioned research on the UK government’s proposed changes to the already punitive Air Passenger Duty (APD). It paints a bleak picture in which the already tumbling UK air passenger figures drop by a further 3 million p/a, incoming tourist spending reduces by GBP475 million a year and 77,000 jobs are lost. It is a warning to all countries that have upped their aviation taxes, or intend to, although it looks as if the Irish government’s decision to withdraw its tourist tax might become permanent.

Global Airport Development Conference delivers upbeat outlook

6-Dec-2010 9:38 AM

The 17th annual Global Airport Development (GAD) conference and attendant Investing in Airports summit were held in Dublin, Ireland, from 15 to 18-Nov-2010, attracting around 230 speakers and delegates at the main conference.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.

This content is exclusively for
CAPA Membership Subscribers
CAPA Account Login
Username:
Password:
Forgotten password? Create Account

Find out more about CAPA Membership.