Luton Airport responds to demand with £100m redevelopment plan

Luton Airport responds to demand with £100m redevelopment plan

The number of passengers using Luton airport in March rose by 18.6% to 840,820 over the same month last year.

This represented the 12th consecutive month of growth in passengers using the airport.

The airport is responding to the rising demand with a £100 million redevelopment aimed at increasing annual capacity from 12 million to 18 million passengers a year by 2026.

Chief executive, Nick Barton, said: “Growth is being driven by the airport’s great range of destinations, as well as our excellent transport links and easy access from London and the surrounding regions.

“Our £100 million redevelopment will allow us to improve the airport’s facilities and add new capacity to ensure we can continue to meet this growing demand.”

The planned investment includes a redesign of the terminal and upgrades to transport links, including better road access to the M1, new car parking, a revamped bus and coach interchange and improved rail links.


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