Passengers are advised that check-in is open 2 hours before scheduled departure. Passengers will be unable to check-in before this time.
Work is taking place to improve the look of the front of the terminal building at London City Airport.
Following on from their recent successes in Piccadilly Circus, Chancery Lane and Camden Town, Lola’s Cupcakes are proud to announce their newest store opening at London City Airport in the Departures Lounge.
From the heart of London to the heart of Milan in less than two hours.
British Airways are adding another destination to their Spanish portfolio. Alicante will operate from the end of June to cover the busy holiday season this summer.
Flybe, will operate up to four 'rescue flights' on weekdays, and two a day on weekends between Cardiff and London City Airports.
From this Summer Flybe will operate two brand new routes to Paris Charles de Gaulle and Rennes. Seats are on sale now.
New three-a-day flights will launch to both Berlin and Hamburg with British Airways this summer.
LCY has launched it's own official valet parking service offering great savings on long term parking.
Infographic from London City Airport shows top ten worst habits of ‘plane strangers’
London City Airport (LCY) welcomed 4,319,521 passengers in 2015, an 18.38% increase on 2014, to set a new passenger number record.
LCY has been awarded the contract to provide RAF Northolt’s Premier Passenger Service for the next five years, commencing January 1st 2016.
Flybe have now been operating out of LCY for a whole year, and to celebrate the occasion the Exeter-based airline provided a giant cake in the terminal and gave out free flights to a lucky few passengers.
BA will operate 14 extra flights next summer and introduce a new Embraer 190 in May, with the latest addition to the fleet replacing a turboprop used for the three-a-day Dusseldorf service, adding 50% more seats and bringing BA’s number of aircraft at LCY up to 25. It will also create 30 new crew and support jobs.
LCY is the UK’s most punctual airport once again following the release of new figures from the CAA.
The UK’s leading provider of access information for disabled people in the UK, Disabled Go, joined forces with LCY on November 25th.
LCY is trialling at-seat service offering food and beverages to passengers in a designated seating area. The trial is for six months, with the service being active at morning and evening peak times.
British Airways is further increasing flights and capacity between the Isle of Man and London City Airport next year.
LCY was named a winner in the BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards in the category of Project of the Year,