Luton Airport bosses have welcomed a £400m deal for the sale of the airport.
Glyn Jones, Managing Director of London Luton Airport said:
The transaction is a very positive vote of confidence in London Luton Airport, bringing clarity to the future of the concession. We look forward to working with the new shareholders to pursue our plans to develop the Airport for the benefit of our local economy, business and airline partners, as well as our passengers.”
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