London Luton

Our main hub and home to headquarters, London Luton Airport is just 28 miles north of Central London, 2 miles from Junction 10 of the M1 Motorway and trains between the airport and London take just 22 minutes on the fastest service.

The airport is owned by London Luton Airport Ltd (LLAL), a company owned by Luton Borough Council. An airport was opened on the site on 16th July 1938 and during WWII, the airport was used by fighters of the Royal Air Force. Commercial operations at the airport during 1952 and the airport was instrumental in development of the package holiday business.

As the 4th largest ariport serving the London area, Luton is the perfect base for our European & Middle Eastern operations.

London Heathrow

Originating from Great West Aerodrome in 1929, London Heathrow sits on a plot of land where market gardens, orchards and a farm (Where Terminal 2 is located) once existed. Officially opening as London Airport in 1946, Heathrow took it's current name in 1966.

The airport is owned by Heathrow Airport Holdings Ltd., a company founded in 1985 as BAA PLC. Heathrow Airport is used by over 80 airlines flying to 185 destinations in 84 countries. The airport is the primary hub of British Airways and is a base for Virgin Atlantic.

Heathrow airport has impressive transport links. It's easily accessible by car via the M4 motorway or A4 road and is also served by bus and rail services enabling passengers to reach central London in as little as 15 minutes.

ZIP VIRTUAL operate from to destinations all over the globe with our fleet of 777 & 787's.

Newcastle International

Located on the outskirts of Newcastle upon Tyne in North East England, Newcastle international airport is the 11th busiest aiport in the United Kingdom. Handling just under 5.2 million passengers annualy, it is the second busiest in Northern England after Manchester.

The airport is owned by Newcastle Airport Local Authority Holding Company Ltd & AMP Capital and serves the City of Newcastle, the greater Tyneside area, Northumberland and Wearside. It competes with the smaller Teesside International Airport for passengers travelling from and to County Durham and Teesside.

The airport was opened on 26th July 1935 as Woolsington Aerodrome by the Secretary of State for Air, Sir Phillip Cunliffe-Lister. Incorporating a clubhouse, hangar, workshops, fuel garage and grass runway, it cost £35,000 to build.

ZIP VIRTUAL joins services provided by Aer Lingus Regional, Air France, British Airways, Corendon, Eastern Airways, easyJet, Emirates, Eurowings, Jet2.com, KLM and more at Newcastle to provide routes into Europe with Amsterdam & Faro being our most popular routes so far.