Passengers are advised that check-in is open 2 hours before scheduled departure. Passengers will be unable to check-in before this time.
Saturday 30 and Sunday 31: due to events taking place in London this weekend passengers travelling by road may experience delays getting to the airport. For more information click here.
The Community Sponsorship Fund is there to provide support for initiatives that look to make a difference to their local community. Click here to find out more.
Check out the latest news from the Corporate Social Responsibility team. Click here to find out more.
Sign up to our e-bulletin to keep up to date with our CSR activity.Click here to find out more.
London City Airport encourages local people to strive for Education Excellence to aid them into employment. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport is the largest private sector employment site in the London Borough of Newham. In 2009, 51 employers based on-site employed over 2000 people. Click here to find out more.
Once the beating heart of London’s shipping trade and gateway for international trade, the docks are now a focus for London once again, with investment, development and new jobs being created. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport works in partnership with other organisations on meaningful programmes that will bring benefits for local communities. Click here to find out more.
An overview of the Community and Environmental Programmes co-ordinated by London City Airport. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport’s University Visits Fund provides schools and sixth forms with financial contributions towards group visits to the UK’s Russell Group Universities. Click here to find out more.
The work experience programme consists of a five day placement which will run throughout the months of March and November. Click here to find out more.
Meet our team of Directors and Senior Management and view our Annual Updates and Interim Reports. Click here to find out more.
A variety of company reports, covering strategy, reviews and the impact the Airport has had on London's growth. Click here to read the report.
Based at RAF Northolt, the Northolt Jet Centre is an extension of London City Airport Jet Centre and provides a fast, hassle free gateway to north and west London, and the Thames Valley. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport's Master Plan in 2006, London City Airport submitted a planning application, in August 2007, to deliver the next phase of the Airport's development. Click here for more.
London City Airport is one of the largest private sector employment sites in the London Borough of Newham, providing interesting and challenging career opportunities for the local community. Click here to find more information about careers.
London is an iconic city, a major financial hub with over 100 of Europe's 500 largest companies headquartered in the City. See why your airline should operate into London and London City Airport. Click here to read more.
Find out about our history and other information about our operation. Click here to read more.
Over the last 13 years London City Airport has been presented with a number of prestigious awards for our service and community work, all commending our commitment to passengers and the local community. Click here to find read more.
Here airlines can find information about our runway, terminal facilities and details on the aircraft permitted to land. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport is now the best public transport connected airport in the UK and the ONLY airport actually located in London, find out more.
London City Airport's passenger profile is unique, with high levels of income and loyalty to the Airport. See more information on our unique customers.
Click here to see how our passenger figures have changed over the last six years.
London City Airport takes environmental management seriously. Managing the impact our operation has on the local and global environment, and local communities is a priority for our business. Click here to read more.
Although airport operations contribute only a small amount to local pollutant concentrations, London City Airport is committed to minimising any negative environmental impacts.Click here to find out more.
We appreciate that living near an airport can sometimes be intrusive. To contact us click here.
Although airport operations contribute only a small amount to local pollutant concentrations, London City Airport is committed to minimising any negative environmental impacts, and is working to reduce its own emissions, and encouraging the airlines and other companies to do the same. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport Fire & Rescue Service provide a range of training courses and are able to provide these to any type of business. Click here to find out more.
From 4 September to 27 November 2014 London City Airport (LCY) consulted on proposals to modernise its flight paths, to allow the introduction of Area Navigation (RNAV), superseding the ground-based navigational systems used today. The consultation is a statutory requirement according to Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) regulations. Click here to read more.
London City Airport operates a Noise and Track Keeping (NTK) system to monitor noise regularly and help minimise noise levels. This complements a number of initiatives to protect the environment. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport operates a comprehensive safeguarding policy to ensure the Airport is consulted on any planning application that may affect the safe operation of the Airport. Click here to find to out more.
LCY produced its draft Airport Surface Access Strategy (ASAS), Connecting the Airport, published in December 2013. The draft ASAS defines the long term approach the airport will take to encouraging air passengers, airport staff and other airport users to travel sustainably. Click here to read more.
Many of the new aircraft operating at London City Airport such as the Airbus A318 and Embraer 170/190 are equipped with winglets. These winglets improve aerodynamics and reduce the intensity of the wake vortices and reduce the likelihood of a wake turbulence impacts. Click here to read more.
London City Airport maintains an environmentally friendly approach to waste management that encompasses office and terminal waste plus waste from food outlets and aircraft. Click here to find out more.
London City Airport's Private Jet Centre is the only private jet centre situated within London itself which means the passenger arrives closer to the key business districts. Click here to find out more.
The London City Airport Premier PA Club is an exclusive, free to join club open to London-based PAs, EAs and Office Managers. Click here to find out more.
See the photography from our events and exhibitions. Click here to view.
Click here to view all the latest news from the Premier PA Club.
Find out why London City Airport is truly unique and how your travellers can save valuable time and experience increased productivity on their business trip when flying via London City Airport. Click here to find out more.
At London City Airport we pride ourselves in offering great service and choice to all our customers in every area. In addition to working with our existing retail concessions we are always interested in hearing about new and innovative proposals to continually enhance and build on the Airport's current retail and service offerings. Click here to find out more.