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Pictured l to r: Simon Harley, Business Development Manager, London Luton Airport, Daniel de Carvalho, Corporate Communications, Wizz Air, Daniel Bicknell, Ground Operations Manager, Wizz Air and Oliver Jaycock, Marketing Manager, London Luton Airport.

London Luton celebrates 10 years with Wizz Air

Published: 19 May 2014

Wizz Air, the largest low cost airline in Central and Eastern Europe, celebrates its 10th Birthday today. Where better to celebrate than at London Luton where it all began.

In 2004 the first Wizz Air flight departed from Katowice to London Luton. Today the airline flies to 27 destinations across 13 countries from London Luton and has carried over 16 million passengers from the Airport.

Simon Harley, Business Development Manager, London Luton Airport, said, “We are delighted to be wishing Wizz Air a Happy 10th Birthday today.  London Luton continues to be Wizz Air’s principal hub within the UK and we are proud to have played our part in the success story Wizz Air have created.  We look forward to continuing this great partnership, and the new opportunities that development of the Airport will bring.”

For full details of the Wizz Air network at London Luton click here.  

Pictured l to r: Simon Harley, Business Development Manager, London Luton Airport, Daniel de Carvalho, Corporate Communications, Wizz Air, Daniel Bicknell, Ground Operations Manager, Wizz Air and Oliver Jaycock, Marketing Manager, London Luton Airport. 

For more information contact London Luton Airport Press Office 

pressoffice@ltn.aero    

 

Notes to Editors

London Luton Airport is one of the UK’s largest airports and carried 9.7 million passengers in 2013. The Airport directly and indirectly employs over 600 and 8,000 staff respectively and is a key economic driver for the region.  

easyJet, Wizz Air, Ryanair, Monarch, Thomson, EL AL, Atlasjet, Blue Air, and TAROM operate from the airport, departing to over 100 destinations including services to Europe, Africa, and Asia, with onward connections to Mumbai, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Beijing and Bangkok via Tel Aviv. 

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