Biggin Hill Airport secures permission for new hotel

The London Borough of Bromley has approved plans for a new 54 bed hotel at Biggin Hill Airport. Comprising of 54 en-suite double bedrooms, a small restaurant, lounge and gym, the hotel is primarily intended for pilots and crew arriving at the airport, as well as for the engineers that are working on aircraft being maintained at the numerous MROs located on the field. The hotel will further re-enforce the airport’s strategy of offering the very best facilities enabling the continued success of its tenant businesses.

London Biggin Hill is announcing the creation of 2,300 new jobs at the airport within the next twenty years as part of its LoCATE strategy.

LoCATE (London Centre for Aviation, Technology and Enterprise) is a partnership of public and private sector organisations promoting London Biggin Hill as a primary centre for the aerospace industry in the capital. It sets out London Biggin Hill’s vision for a sustainable future for both the airport and the local community by investing in infrastructure, skills development, training and job creation.

Robert Walters, Business Development Director at London Biggin Hill Airport, says: “As part of our growth strategy we are aiming to break new ground on several major projects in 2018, including an on-site airport hotel and a London Aerospace and Technology College. These two projects will further strengthen our position as London’s leading business aviation hub and will inspire the next generation of aerospace professionals.”

More information about the plans can be found at:

By |2018-04-03T12:16:38+00:00March 22nd, 2018|Aviation, Blog, Hotel|0 Comments