London City Airport Celebrates its 30 Millionth Passenger
London City Airport welcomed its 30 millionth passenger, yesterday. The outstanding milestone was reached when passenger, Dr. Paul Thind, departed on flight LX457 to Zurich at 12.45.
To mark the occasion, London City Airport and Swiss International Airlines (SWISS) hosted a celebration in the gate lounge for all passengers travelling to Zurich on this flight. The lucky 30 millionth passenger received a special treat, a bottle of champagne, along with a pair of return business class tickets to Switzerland from London City Airport, courtesy of SWISS.
Richard Gooding OBE, Chief Executive of London City Airport commented: “Reaching the 30 million mark is a significant milestone for the Airport. We are pleased to commemorate this with SWISS, who have been an important contributor to the growth of the Airport since 1992, with over 3.5 million passengers travelling to Switzerland.”
Gregor Koncilja, SWISS UK and Ireland Country Manager said: “This is an incredible achievement for City Airport, and one that SWISS has fully supported, with 3.5 million passengers flying from City with SWISS since 2002. We are delighted that the 30 millionth London City Airport passenger is flying with SWISS today, and look forward to welcoming millions more passengers aboard SWISS in the future from this well situated and successful airport.”
London City Airport is the UK's leading business airport serving over 30 destinations across the UK, Europe and the USA and connections to the rest of the world through major European hubs. The Airport now in its 23rd year of operation is expecting passenger throughput to approach 3 million in 2010.
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Visibility has improved and flights will be returning to normal but due to earlier weather conditions some flight may experience disruptions
us and Heathrow. We hope it clears soon and will communicate on improvements when we receive any latest information.
airlines have certain regulations in which they can operate in too which becomes technical,but today fog has affected both..
Unfortunately in poor conditions like today, our steep approach and small runway become difficult for pilots to land..
We hope it clears soon too. We do apologise for the inconvenience, any latest info we receive we will be sure to post right here.
We are still experiencing low visibility this afternoon. Passengers are advised to call their airlines before travelling to the airport.
we do advise that you check with your airline as they will have more information to supply in regards to your flight status.
Hi Tom, at present conditions are still very poor outside. Any latest info we receive we will communicate right here.
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Morning Craig, unfortunately weather conditions here are still poor. We will update you on any latest info we receive asap.
Visibility is still poor at LCY this morning. Passengers are advised to call their airlines for more info regarding their flight status.
Due to poor weather conditions this AM flights to/from LCY are experiencing disruptions.Passengers should call their airlines for more info.
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Morning, we are experiencing flight disruptions due to poor weather conditions, you should call your airline for more information.
Morning Andy, we are experiencing flight disruptions this AM due to weather conditions, we advise you to contact your airline
Due to poor visibility this morning flights to/from LCY are experiencing disruptions. Passengers should call their airlines for more info.
Visibility has improved now and flights will be returning back to normal, some delays may occur due to earlier weather conditions.