As part of an ongoing transformation project, London Stansted Airport has opened eight new check-in desks.
The first people to use the new desks were passengers travelling with TUI to Heraklion in Crete.
“The desks are in a ‘shoreline’ configuration which means that when passengers enter the terminal the new desks will be directly in front of them. We’ve also installed new white to black floor tiles surrounding the check-in zone, which subtly helps passengers navigate where they need to go,” explained Paul Willis, business change director for the London Stansted Transformation Project.
“The new layout will give passengers an easier and more intuitive journey through the airport and will provide more flexibility, enabling us to accommodate new airlines in the future.
Willis added, “This is just one example of the many planned developments in the terminal building which will help transform and improve the experience of the millions of passengers travelling through the airport each year.”
This takes the number of check-in desks opened as part of Stansted’s transformation project to 20. The next phase of the project will see a further eight desks open in the autumn.