Helpful guidelines

Is London City Airport privately owned?

Is London City Airport privately owned?

London City Airport is owned by a consortium, made up of AIMCo, OMERS, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan (OTPP) and Wren House Infrastructure Management.

Can an A320 land at London City?

It’s also why the Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier decided to design a plane for such constricted inner-city airports: a commercial jet that acts like a Boeing 737 or Airbus A320, the most popular aviation workhorses, but one that, unlike those planes, can actually take off and land at the likes of London City …

What is the biggest plane that can land at London City?

Adding the A220 The most recent aircraft to get certification to operate at London City Airport is the Airbus A220-100. With a capacity of up to 127, this will be the largest aircraft to use the airport.

What planes can land at London City Airport?

Mid-range airliners seen at London City include the ATR 42 (both −300 and −500 variants), ATR 72, Airbus A318, Bombardier Q400, BAe 146/Avro RJ, Dornier 328, Embraer ERJ 135, Embraer 170, Embraer 190 and Fokker 50.

Who uses London City Airport?

London City Airport is the UK’s leading business airport serving over 40 destinations across the UK, Europe and the USA, with connections to the rest of the world through the major European hubs.

Is London City Airport in the congestion zone?

London City Airport sits way outside the congestion charge zone and the ULEZ zone. Make sure you don’t drive through central London and instead go around the M25 to get as close as possible.

Can private planes land at London City Airport?

Pilots must be specifically trained to land at London City Airport, as the approach is made at a steep 5.8 degrees, as opposed to the usual 3 degree glide path. For private jet charter flights from London City Airport call PrivateFly on +44 (0) 20 7100 6960 (24 hours).

Is London City Airport in the ULEZ zone?

London City Airport is outside the congestion zone. So, you do not need to pay any charges while visiting here. However, London City Airport is within the Ultra Low Emissions Zone, and so you may need to pay the ULEZ charge.

Is London City Airport open?

London City Airport’s operational hours are limited to minimise the impact on local residents. The airport is permitted to operate flights between the following hours: 06.30 and 22.30 hours on weekdays. 06.30 and 13.00 hours on Saturdays.

Who uses London City airport?

What Tube line goes to London City airport?

DLR Line
London City Airport station is on the DLR Line and can be easily reached when travelling with c2c. If you are travelling from the east, c2c passengers can interchange at West Ham station for the DLR for a 10 minute journey to the airport.