Luton Airport are pressing forward with plans to build an extra terminal and increase passenger numbers to 32 million per year.Read the full story ›
Security guards at Luton airport have launched a lengthy strike in a dispute over shift patterns.Read the full story ›
This morning, Luton Airport was briefly evacuated. It's been reported that a fire alarm was the cause of the disruption.Read the full story ›
Luton Airport has outlined its preferred option to expand from 18 million passengers a year to 32 million.
Luton council's airport company want to build a new terminal to the north of the main runway.
They're hoping to submit their planning application in the middle of next year.
Luton Airport is expected to handle 17.7 million passengers in 2019 and at its current rate of growth is projected to reach its current maximum permitted capacity of 18 million passengers a year by 2020
A man has been arrested at Luton Airport on suspicion of preparing terrorist acts, Scotland Yard said.
The man was arrested at around 8:30pm last night (Thursday, 27 December) by members of the Met’s Counter Terrorism Command.
The 32-year-old man was detained after he arrived at Luton Airport on an inbound flight.
He was arrested on suspicion of preparation of terrorist acts, contrary to Section 5 Terrorism Act 2006 and has been detained under PACE.
He was taken to a police station in the Bedfordshire area where he remains in custody, he'll be interviewed by counter terror officers. They've described the arrest as Syria-related and not related to any offences at the airport. Enquiries continue.
Cleaners at Luton Airport employed by Sasse will strike from tomorrow morning to the morning of Friday the 28th of December.Read the full story ›
Luton Airport's newly-upgraded terminal officially opens today after a three-year transformation project.Read the full story ›
The airport has taken on new measures to drive out potential terrorists and criminalsRead the full story ›
Luton airport has been named the worst in the UK by consumer group Which? Stansted and Manchester airports came in joint second worst.Read the full story ›
Luton Airport in Bedfordshire has begun consulting on a further options for a potential major expansion that could mean millions more passengers passing through it.
It comes after MPs backed controversial plans to build a third runway at London's Heathrow airport.
London Luton Airport wants to increase passenger numbers from 16 million a year to 38 million by 2050. The options include the building of a second terminal.
The 10 week consultation includes a series of events where people can see the plans and speak to the project team. A final decision due in 2021.
- Watch a report on Luton airport expansion by Liz Summers