BBC News

11 April 2024

Aerial footage has captured demolition work at an airport car park six months after it was destroyed by fire.

An airport spokesperson said 60% of the structure had been dismantled and work was expected to be completed in May.

Chief executive officer Alberto Martin said: "The dismantling of the car park has been a precise and painstaking process, and its proximity to passengers, buildings, aircraft and the Luton DART railway station has added to the project’s complexity."

The building of a new four-storey car park, featuring a fire suppressant system, is due to start later in the year.

[Read more: Drone films burned-out Luton Airport car park's demolition - BBC News]

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