About us

Airport House, formally known as Croydon Airport, was the first airport in the world to introduce air traffic control and was London’s first major airport in 1916. Croydon Airport hung up its pilot hat in 1959 and we are now Croydon’s number one Serviced Office Provider servicing around 200 inhouse clients.
Renting an office can be a daunting experience for any company, whether you are a start up or established business. At Airport House we’ve mastered the art of serviced offices and provide our customers with value for money, a flexible contract & modern facilities.”
A virtual office at Airport House is a cost effective and flexible solution for any business in need of a professional image and corporate address. Our virtual packages have been tailored to suit the needs of a start up, growing or established business without the cost of a renting an actual office.”
A shared office is the perfect solution for any individual who wishes to work from a corporate environment but without the overheads of a dedicated office.
Our shared office works on a short, commitment free contract and is an exciting opportunity to meet and work alongside like …

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The architectural heritage event of the year!
Open House London returns to the Historic Croydon Airport this weekend Sat 21st & Sun 22nd September.
Free guided tours around the Grade II* listed first London Airport terminal. 11.00 to 15.00. No booking required. #OHL2019

“Stop looking at the walls, look out the window.” Karl Pilkington .

At Airport House Business Centre, we understand how important your work environment is in order for you and your colleagues to feel inspired so you can all thrive and reach the maximum … https://t.co/09iyBzS2SQ

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6 days ago

Airport House

Before there were computers, there was pen and paper. Here’s a hand drawn seating plan that is preserved and on show in our museum. Something that would have been so standard in its time now seems so precious.
I wonder what mundane snippets there are nowadays that’ll seem so much more important in decades to come. Any suggestions? 🤔
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2 weeks ago

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These are powerful words by Ralph Waldo Emerson. It’s easy to forget that you are the architect of your own destiny, that all that has gone before you, yes, has shaped you, but it doesn’t write the script for what has yet to come. We are not who we are because of where we have come from, but we are who we are because that’s what we choose to be. We have a choice - that’s a liberating thought.

Emerson (1803 – 1882) was an American essayist, lecturer, philosopher, and poet who led the transcendentalist movement of the mid-19th century. He was seen as a champion of individualism and a prescient critic of the countervailing pressures of society. He disseminated his thoughts through dozens of published essays and more than 1,500 public lectures across the United States.

What an inspiring person.
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