London Luton Airport extends free wi-fi

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Passengers flying through London Luton Airport can now enjoy complimentary wi-fi for up to four hours, which is more than what London Stansted (60 minutes) and Gatwick (90 minutes) airports offer, and equals the free-time offered by London Heathrow.

To complement the extended period of free wi-fi, passengers can now also charge their electronic devices for free at the airport. Luton Airport has become the first UK airport to partner with Chargebox to provide free secure mobile charging stations. Located in the departure lounge, the two charging stations offer a simple two-step ‘Connect & Lock’ process to ensure that passengers can travel with a full battery and peace of mind.

Rupert Lawrie, commercial director, Luton Airport, said, “As part of our transformation program, we’re introducing a range of improvements to create the most enjoyable and convenient travel experience for passengers. Staying connected is important to our customers, whether they are traveling for business or pleasure. That’s why we are extending our free wi-fi as well as helping people charge their phones ahead of their flight.”

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