London Luton unveils long term development plan


SYDNEY (Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation) - London Luton Airport (LTN) launched a draft Master Plan for the long-term development of the airport.

The plan is aimed at enhancing operational efficiency and improving space utilisation, with LTN forecast to reach maximum capacity in the next few years. Phase I of the project is expected for completion by the end of 2007 and would include:

  • Construction of additional aircraft stands;
  • Extension of the passenger terminal and associated piers;
  • Extension of the parallel taxiway;
  • Construction of a multi-storey car park.

Phase II of the project would include construction of: Full length replacement runway;

  • New South Terminal;
  • Additional aircraft stands;
  • New Fire Station and Control Tower.

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