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New images show future of London City Airport

PUBLISHED: 07:52 26 October 2017

The front of the terminal (All pictures: Pascall and Watson/London City Airport)

The front of the terminal (All pictures: Pascall and Watson/London City Airport)

London City Airport

London City Airport has changed a lot in 30 years, and as these new images show, it is set to change even more in the future.

New aircraft standsNew aircraft stands

Updated CGIs have been released by architects Pascall and Watson to mark the Royal Docks airport’s 30th anniversary, showing how it will look when the £400 million redevelopment is completed.

Due for completion in 2021, the upgrade aims to allow the airport to accommodate two million more passengers and 30,000 additional flights every year.

Chief executive Declan Collier said: “As we celebrate this anniversary, we look to a bright future ahead and the world-class transformation which is soon to commence.

“The City Airport Development Programme presents the opportunity to create an airport of the future, which will help meet demand in the London market, and increase connectivity.”

CGI of the redeveloped London City Airport CGI of the redeveloped London City Airport

The east pierThe east pier

London City Airport looking north eastLondon City Airport looking north east

The west of the terminalThe west of the terminal


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