London Luton Airport is now an Enterprise Zone
London Luton Airport (LTN) opened as Luton Municipal
Aerodrome on 16th July 1938. In those days it had a grass runway,
and the terminal building was an old farmhouse.
Now, it’s the UK’s fifth largest airport by passenger numbers, and one of the fastest growing.
It’s also just become one of only 24 Enterprise Zones. Find out more about London Luton Airport Enterprise Zone here.
It offers a wide range of destinations for both the leisure and business traveller, through a number of airline operators, including easyJet, Wizz Air, Ryanair, Monarch and Thomson.
It is also the UK’s leading airport for business aviation.
Only a few miles from the M25, and with excellent road links to the M1 and train services to St Pancras International, it offers easy access to London and the rest of the country.
LTN makes a significant contribution to the regional economy, creating jobs and business opportunities not just in Luton, but across the surrounding area and beyond.
To read more about the contribution LTN makes to the local, regional and national economy, please download the 2015 Oxford Economics report on the economic impact of London Luton Airport (PDF).
If you want to see the destinations you can travel to, make a booking, or find out more about the operations of LTN, please go to www.london-luton.co.uk