London City AirportBusiness travelers are back at London City Airport

Popular with many business travelers due to its proximity to the City, London City Airport is back in the black with the return of its “target core.” On March 21, the London hub published some encouraging results on the road to pre-Covid normality. With in particular a strong indicator: the return to a proportion of 46% of business travelers, the same level as in 2019.

London City AirportBusiness travelers account for almost half of the traffic recorded at London City Airport.

And as recent figures published by CWT show, the lifting of travel restrictions in the UK should further accelerate this phase of remission. Anne Doyere, Head of Aviation at the airport, said: “The removal by the UK government of all remaining travel restrictions for arrivals in the UK, including the complex Passenger Locator Form and all testing requirements, is great news for our passengers and will make travel easier again. This will help businesses get up and running and boost customer confidence in travel as we approach Easter and the summer, when London City Airport will be connected to 36 destinations in Europe and the UK


20 of the 25 routes BA CityFlyer operated in 2019 are back in the program

The London airport will also be able to count on the opening or reopening of several business routes. Starting with British Airways CityFlyer service to Milan Malpensa and Luxembourg from March 27, and the resumption of operations to Nice and Rotterdam. London City Airport officials note that ” 20 of the 25 routes that BA CityFlyer operated in 2019 are back in the program


Florian Guillemin