In October, more than 1.5 million passengers arrived at London's Luton Airport and grew by 7.9 percent compared to October 2017 and became the airport's most active.
Significant increase In 2018, 36 new destinations in the LLA were launched from EasyJet, Ryanair, Wizz Air, SunExpress, Tui and Thomas Cook Airlines.
New destinations: Verona, Italy, Tallinn, Estonia and Gibraltar.
Executive Director of Luton, London, Nick Bartholom, said: "This is an exciting time for the airport because we will continue to meet more passengers and introduce many destinations.
"Our transformation improves passenger visits, makes it easier and more enjoyable.
"We feel the benefit of our leisure and successful airport for our passengers, employees and the local community."
LLA has reached its end of three-year transformation.
The largest 160 million pound reconstruction of the airport's 80-year history helps passengers to get to the airport by new routes, new buses, bus terminals, and multi-storey car fleet.
Also, the terminal has been updated and updated to make passenger visits faster and more comfortable.