A new airline, Fly KISS, will commence three services from Luton Airport (LLA) on November 7, serving Clermont-Ferrand, Brest and Strasbourg.

The new routes connect London to the regions of Auvergne, Brittany and Alsace in France, providing both business and leisure travellers the opportunity to explore the regions.

The airport currently offers flights to more than 130 destinations and is continuing to expand its route network as part of its £110million transformation, with 23 new routes confirmed this year.

The transformation plans will increase annual capacity by 50% to 18 million passengers by 2020, and construction is well underway with the airport having already opened a new security search area and executive lounge.

A new dual carriageway access road and multi-storey car park will also open this winter and the airport is doubling the size of its shopping and dining area for passengers.

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