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London City Airport breaks its total passengers record again!

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The CEO of London City Airport, Robert Sinclair, has stated: “the record monthly passenger figures signal a firm return to growth and points to greater demand, which we are responding to, in order to ensure LCY continues to be loved by its customers”.


How many passengers travelled through London City Airport?


For a third consecutive month, the airport broke its own record of total passengers. Just in July, 471,519 passengers utilised the airport to travel to and from London. Making it the busiest month in the airport’s history. May and June had also seen record breaking numbers.


When compared to July 2017, the increase in passengers has been one of 15.7%. “That’s why we are investing £480 million in brand new facilities and infrastructure, transforming our airport for Londoners and visitors”, said Robert Sinclair.


The airports main airlines: British Airways, KLM, Flybe, CityJet, SWISS and Alitalia all fly to perfect summer destinations all over Europe. The routes cover flight to Florence, Malaga, Ibiza, etc.


On Monday July 16, the airport broke the 20,000 daily passenger barrier for the first time.


Compensation flight London City Airport


Flight delayed or cancelled at London City Airport? You may be entitled to compensation!


Was your flight delayed or cancelled while departing from London City Airport? Then you have the right to claim compensation for the disruption. If your delay or cancellation has not been caused by an extraordinary circumstance, you could be owed up to £ 535.00!


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If you were flying to London City Airport with a European carrier, you may also be entitled. If you are not certain, you can always check your flight here (for free) and then decide if you wish to submit your claim with us: