Luton Airport is being considered a visionary junction these days. All the new developmental progresses are being immensely frowned upon as well as they are gaining travellers’ interest. Along with its previous access road, parking and airport renovation plan, an idea of light train was introduced to replace the hassle incurred by the passenger due to bus transfers. Luton airport has been undermined in comparison to its peers Gatwick and Luton. But it has been thriving for almost 2 years now breaking its own record every single month. The goal now is to be recognised as the travellers choice airport and become the “gateway to the world”.
New route are being added at Luton every other week. Next month Luton will become the sole European airport to serve St Helena – the British possession in the South Atlantic. The island’s new airport is due to be officially opened by Prince Edward on 21 May, and within 48 hours the first charter from Luton is scheduled to touch down.
Among all this fame and success Luton also has an expansion to look forward to. The airport with all its glorious record has reached its capacity 10 years in advance and is soon going to need expansion. As everyone know there is already an expansion battle going on between Gatwick and Heathrow. It can be a problem in future to get the expansion sanction from the authority but it is believed that the authorities at Luton have learned the dos’ and don’ts of the matter from its peers. The entire redevelopment plans will also go a long way in this expansion run.
For traveller, the completion of these recent projects will bring a lot of comfort and convenience. The budget airlines at Luton have made it very cheap and easy to get to your destination. Also, there are deals available at times such as Luton Meet and Greet Parking and the winter flights on Easyjet are on sale. Now, would be the time to save dime on your Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year travels.