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London City Airport


London City Airport has been acquired by a Canadian consortium for about £2bn.
29-Feb-2016


London City Airport has won permission from Newham Council to expand its terminal to 52,000 sq ft, and expects to create 2,000 jobs by 2023.
05-Feb-2015


London City Airport has unveiled plans for a £200m expansion project, including a terminal extension, more aircraft parking and up to 1,500 new jobs.
23-Sep-2013


London City Airport is looking to recruit 20 additional part-time staff to work in baggage handling and aircraft loading.
20-Jun-2013


London City Airport is to invest £15m in improvements to its facilities from next year, including the redevelopment of the international arrivals hall.
07-Nov-2012


London City Airport has been acquired by a consortium comprising American International Group and Global Infrastructure Partners for about £750m.
12-Oct-2006


London City Airport is to invest £40m in the expansion of its facilities over the next five years, including a terminal extension and more space for aircraft.
14-Mar-2005


London City Airport is planning to open a purpose-built business aviation terminal for corporate jets this summer.
14-Jan-2002


London City Airport is seeking planning permission for a £20m expansion project that will involve increases in runway capacity and the number of aircraft parking stands, as it aims to more than double passenger volumes by 2010.
15-Nov-2000


London City Airport has selected Nuance Global Traders to set up shops in its departure lounge, while Hughes & Hughes of Ireland will operate a bookshop.
06-Oct-2000


London Docklands Development Corporation has given its support to a plan to double the number of flights at London City Airport, creating up to 3,000 jobs, and the government now needs to decide whether to give approval or refer it to a planning inquiry.
21-Jan-1998