Following a review of its global operations post-pandemic, Malton Inflight’s UK office has been re-located to the iconic Beehive building at London-Gatwick airport.
Built in 1936, “The Beehive” was the original passenger terminal building at Gatwick and also one of the world’s first of its kind. It is now a Grade II listed building and still retains many of its original art-deco features and furnishings.
Apart from it being an historic airport building, the Beehive is also located right next to one of the busiest international passenger hubs in the world, at London-Gatwick airport.
“It certainly feels like our spiritual home already and we feel very fortunate and privileged to be here,” said Gordon Oakley, managing director.
“We very much look forward to welcoming you to visit us in our new home at any time.”