The embattled airline Monarch are due to advertise for workers at a jobs fair in Luton today.
The low-cost operators licence on package holidays was due to expire last week but they were granted an extension.
Monarch says it has since received further investment from shareholders.
Luton Airport has unveiled what it will look like after it's massive £110m refit is completed.
It has released a new video animation showing the eventual results of the terminal extension.
The plans will see the capacity of the airport increase by 50% to 18 million passengers per year by 2020. Construction is well underway, with the airport having already opened a new security search area and £1m executive lounge.
And the airport's parking issues could be helped by a new 1,700 space multi storey car park which is is due to open this winter.
You can watch the new animation below:
An easyJet flight from London Gatwick to Belfast was delayed by over an hour after two members of the cabin crew were removed from the plane following a row.
The company which has its HQ at Luton airport and also operates flights from Stansted said it was a 'verbal disagreement'.
The flight was due to take off at 2.45pm on Wednesday but was held up.
TV presenter Dan Lobb was on board the plane and posted a series of messages about the incident.
"This is a first. My easyJet flight has returned to gate because the cabin crew have had a tiff! One crew member being offloaded. Delayed."
"EasyJet can confirm that flight EZY835 from London Gatwick to Belfast returned to stand to replace two crew members following a verbal disagreement between them. The safety and welfare of our passengers and crew is easyJet's highest priority and in order to deliver this easyJet's cabin crew need to be able to work as a team. We would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by the resulting delay."
Stansted airport has had its busiest ever winter season, with 8.64 million passengers passing through.
Meanwhile, Luton Airport is celebrating two years of continued passenger growth, with 1 million passengers passing through in March.
Both Stansted and Luton Airports are warning that flights to Greece could be cancelled or delayed because of a strike by Air Traffic Controllers there.
It started at 9pm last night and is due to end at the same time tonight.
Passengers are being urged to check before they travel.
Police at London Luton Airport are on a high state of alert following the explosions in Belgium.
Airport managers say the threat level was high before today's incidents and that officers are providing high visibility policing around the airport.
Stansted are also increasing security as a precautionary measure.
In response to this morning's events at Brussels Airport, the police presence has been increased in landside areas at @stn_airport 1/3
It is important to note that these are precautionary measures and we continue to closely monitor the situation 2/3
No airlines at Stansted offer direct flights to Brussels. All other flights are currently operating as normal 3/3
Drivers are being warned to leave more time for their journey to Luton Airport while resurfacing works are carried out.
The works, on a key link road to London Luton Airport, are due to take place during the evenings from 7pm-4am from Monday 22 to Thursday 25 February.
Frank Lester Way will be closed to motorists, whilst the remaining junctions of the roundabout will be controlled using temporary traffic lights.
A diversion will be in operation via Eaton Green Road, Vauxhall Way and Airport Way.
The works are likely to cause some congestion and motorists are advised to allow extra time when planning their journeys to and from the airport.
“Resurfacing is essential to ensure that Luton’s roads are kept in good condition for drivers and these works follow concerns raised locally about the road surface. Whilst every effort is being made to minimise the impact on the road network, there was never an ideal time to carry out these works given the road serves the airport 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We apologise in advance for the disruption.”
Luton Airport has had it's busiest ever year - with 12 million passengers passing through in 2015.
That's a 16% increase year on year - and represents the biggest growth in numbers of all airports in the region.
The airport is currently undergoing a £110 million redevelopment. When complete in 2020, the capacity at the airport will increase by 50%- from 12 million to 18 million passengers.
The transformation will deliver major upgrades to the airport's facilities, including:
- A complete redesign of the terminal to create a quick, friendly and convenient passenger experience.
- Doubling of the existing retail space, introducing exciting shopping and dining options, including a new executive lounge.
- A new multi-storey car park with more than 1,5000 spaces.
- The addition of Oyster card services through to the terminal building.
Peterborough-based travel company Thomas Cook has cancelled all flights and holidays to Sharm el Sheikh until November 25.
Customers due to travel up to Thursday December 10 will be offered the chance to re-book their trips or cancel them.
Meanwhile two Thomas Cook flights will depart Sharm el Sheikh this evening, bringing holidaymakers back to the UK.
A British aircraft carrying 189 passengers from Stansted Airport had a near-miss with a military missile when landing at Sharm el-Sheikh airport just over two months ago, it has emerged.
The incident has come to light as British tourists in the Egyptian resort begin to return home following the grounding of flights amid security fears.
Reports of the incident say the Thomson aircraft had to take evasive action but landed safely. Thomson reported the incident to the Department for Transport.
A UK government spokesperson told ITV News: "We investigated the reported incident at the time and concluded that it was not a targeted attack and was likely to be connected to routine exercises being conducted by the Egyptian military in the area at the time."