This review was revised 18 October
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7 SEPTEMBER 2020
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Last week BTN noted that Berlin Schönefeld is dumping its present IATA three-letter code (SXF) for the more sensible BER. It will of course become Terminal 5 when Willy Brandt finally opens.
BTN will not win any brownie points from the airport operator but with the appointment of a new Chief Commercial Officer (see in this week's BTN) we suggest that London Luton Airport drops its own private three-letter code (LLA) and reverts to the one used on all the reservation systems – LTN. LLA is plain (or plane) confusing to both public and industry. LLA is Lanzarote as far as the aviation world is concerned! Mark your arrival Mr Pollard!
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No one has commented yet, why don't you start the ball rolling?