Solar-powered lighting at London City Airport

A London airport has invested £10,000 in solar-powered lighting systems in a bid to cut its energy usage. London City Airport (LCY) has installed two guard lights (pictured), commonly known as Wig-Wags, at its runway entry points which are expected to run for 120 days without recharging. The airport currently produces around 6,000 tonnes of […]

London City Airport buys on-site fuel facility from BP

A London airport has bought a fuel facility from oil giant BP for an undisclosed sum. Located at the airport itself, it will be the second facility to supply fuel to London City Airport’s (LCY) 10 airline customers. So far, the airlines have purchased fuel from BP and Shell, which operates the other fuel facility. […]