Luton Airport has won the 2013 ExxonMobil Aviation Safety Award.
The award recognises the safety standards and culture of both the team at the London Luton Airport’s ExxonMobil depot and London Luton Airport's Airside Operations team.
Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to fly back to the region's airports following the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.
At Stansted Airport in Essex 220,000 passengers are expected to have passed through the terminal by the end of today making it the busiest period of the year so far.
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The Chief Executive of Norwich Airport has said the addition of an extra daily flight to Amsterdam is a 'huge vote of confidence in the region'.
KLM Royal Dutch airlines made the announcement this morning. The new flight will operate from April 1st next year, at five to two every afternoon.
Neil Bradford reports on a report suggesting Luton is one of the leading contenders to become the country's first 4-runway airport.
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The owner of Stansted Airport has announced it is to sell the Essex airport.
BAA released a written statement which reads:
Having carefully considered the Court of Appeal’s recent ruling, BAA has decided not to appeal to the Supreme Court and is now proceeding with the sale of Stansted Airport. We still believe that the Competition Commission ruling fails to recognise that Stansted and Heathrow serve different markets.
Liberal Democrats have underlined their opposition to any airport creation or expansion in the South East after Conservatives called for more capacity.
They will rule out support for an airport in the Thames Estuary and reaffirm opposition to new runways at Heathrow, Gatwick or Stansted.
Cambridge MP Julian Huppert, co-chair of the party's transport committee, said: "With Birmingham looking to expand, Stansted only half full and Gatwick expanding into emerging markets, regional airports and other airports within London can meet demand for the short to medium term."
Martin Stew was at Stansted Airport to bid farewell to some of the World's greatest athletes.
Hundreds of Olympians were jetting out from the Essex airport, including Australia's gold medal cycling champ Anna Meare's and Laura Asadauskaite who won the last gold of the games.
Reporter Martin Stew grabbed a word with some of the people who made London 2012, such a memorable Olympic games.