Protests against changes to Luton flight paths

Protests were held at Luton Airport last month against proposed changes to flight paths going in and out of the airport. According to the National Air Traffic Service (NATS), the new plans would mean that aircraft taking off and landing at Luton would avoid going over as many towns and villages as possible, greatly reducing the number of people whose homes are affected by low-flying aircraft. Continue reading…


Luton Airport is one of the main portals for child traffiking

It has been revealed that Luton airport is one of the main portals for child trafficking in the UK. Led by the Home Affairs Committee, an investigation is now under way to assess the number of children entering the UK via Luton and other regional airports to work as drug mules or sex workers. Continue reading…


Luton Airport purchases new environmentally friendly buses

In a move to reduce its damaging impact on the environment, Luton airport has replaced four of its airfield buses with new fuel efficient models, the beginning of a project to replace all its airport buses over the next few years. The new initiative follows plans published by the airport in January this year which outlined intentions to focus on building a better environment for the local community. Continue reading…


Villages near Luton airport to be hit by new flight paths

As anyone living near a major airport knows, planes flying overhead can make life a misery and can also be bad for your health, particularly your stress levels. Even if you stock up on earplugs and succeed in training yourself to sleep through the noise, research has shown that your blood pressure still increases, despite the fact that you do not wake up. Continue reading…