Passengers will soon notice the benefits that £7 million worth of infrastructure improvements at London City Airport will bring, with the first phase of upgrades expected to be finished next month.
Renovation works will see an enlarged passenger departure lounge, which will afford passengers with more space in addition to a great range of retail and catering offerings.
In addition, the Docklands airport will see a larger security search area be created, with the development works having begun at the start of spring.
London City Airport chief executive Richard Gooding said a "significant amount" of money is being invested into the terminal building’s infrastructure.
"This investment will continue to uphold the Airport’s customer service quality," he explained.
All renovation works are taking place during nightly and weekend closures, meaning that passengers won’t experience any disruption.
On Thursday (June 24th), Cityjet will commence cheap flights to Deauville, the popular French holiday town.
Regarded as the UK’s leading business airport, London City accommodated flights to more than 30 destinations in the UK, Europe and the US.