The value of our ground-breaking Green Controlled Growth framework for the sustainable expansion of London Luton Airport has become even more apparent following the long-awaited publication of the Government’s Jet Zero Strategy last week.
Luton Rising’s new Engagement Director, Orlagh Ennis shares her plans in the lead up to the DCO application.
By Graham Olver, CEO at Luton Rising
It’s been hard to escape the wall-to-wall media coverage lately highlighting scenes of “chaos” and lengthy queues at UK airports. But one airport that has been noticeably absent from these stories is London Luton Airport (LLA). There is a good reason for that. For the year to date, average waiting times at LLA have been 15 minutes for check-in, 7 minutes for security, and 11 minutes for passport control. So how has LLA achieved this?
Luton Rising is delighted to be able to celebrate the fantastic success of our apprentices, who were promoted to full time staff members earlier this month. This is a huge milestone for our apprentices, who have worked hard over 12 months to develop their skills through training and professional work experience.
Earlier this year we conducted a third public consultation on our plans for the sustainable long-term expansion of London Luton Airport to 32 million passengers per annum (mppa) by the mid-2040s.
This was a second statutory consultation, and sought feedback on updated proposals for a second terminal and associated infrastructure to deliver this passenger growth.
From 8 February until 4 April, Luton Rising held a statutory consultation on the long-term proposals to increase the capacity of the airport to 32 million passengers per year, by building a new terminal and making the best use of the existing runway.
Luton Rising’s public consultation about the proposed long-term expansion of London Luton Airport is into its fourth week.
Declaration’, a commitment from over 35 European countries and 146 aviation industry stakeholders to transition to Net Zero emissions by 2050.
Owing to the amber storm warnings in place across the region, the in-person consultation event for the proposed long-term expansion of London Luton Airport that was scheduled to be held on Friday 18 February at Stevenage Arts and Leisure Centre (from 3-8pm) has been POSTPONED. Cllr Javeria Hussain, chair of Luton Rising, said: “An amber […]
Luton Rising, the owner of London Luton Airport, has opened a new statutory consultation on its long-term proposals to expand the airport. The proposal is to increase the capacity of the airport to 32 million passengers per year, by building a new terminal and making the best use of the existing runway.