London Luton Airport Limited


News items

  • Update on our airport expansion proposals
  • We are London Luton Airport Ltd (LLAL), the Luton Council company that owns but does not run London Luton Airport, and we call this project Future Luton.

    Find out the latest news regarding our airport expansion proposals.

  • Luton sets ambition for UK’s greenest airport
  • We’re pleased to announce our ambition to become the UK’s greenest and most socially responsible airport owner over the next 20 years. We have also confirmed that our Development Consent Order application for long-term expansion will now be submitted to the government in 2021.

  • Second consultation announced for proposed London Luton Airport expansion
  • We're pleased to confirm that a second public consultation on our proposed long-term expansion of the airport is to take place from 16 October until 16 December 2019.

  • DART bridge preparatory works begin
  • Work begins on the night of Monday 16 September marking the beginning of a six week single lane closure westbound on the A1081, towards the M1. This is to allow for planned works to prepare for the installation of the Direct Air-Rail Transit (DART) bridge in late November.

  • Aviation-leading air quality monitoring at Luton
  • Aviation-leading air quality monitoring is coming into effect in Luton on National Clean Air Day today courtesy of the airport’s owner London Luton Airport Ltd (LLAL).

  • Plans for New Century Park approved
  • Plans for a new key employment site that will bring up to 3,200 new jobs to the south-eastern edge of Luton at New Century Park have been backed by the council’s Development Control committee.

  • Preferred option published for London Luton Airport expansion
  • Luton Council’s airport company London Luton Airport Ltd (LLAL) has today published its preferred option for the sustainable future growth of the UK’s fifth largest and fastest growing major airport which will support economic growth and help meet the significant projected shortfall in aviation capacity in London and the South-East to 2050.

  • London Luton Airport’s vision for sustainable growth is off the ground
  • An ambitious vision for sustainable growth at London Luton Airport over 30 years has today been revealed by owner London Luton Airport Ltd (LLAL) as part of Luton Council’s £1.5bn inward investment programme.

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