A series of Christmas blockbusters will be shown on the big screen as London Stansted's charity drive-in cinema arrives next month.

From Friday, December 1 to Friday, December 8, special screenings of classic films will be shown up to twice a day on a huge LED screen at the airport's JetParks car park.

Films being shown include Elf, Frozen, Home Alone, Barbie, Grease, Die Hard, Top Gun: Maverick, The Polar Express, Chicken Run and Dirty Dancing.

Tickets cost £35 per car and are available from https://www.stanstedairport.com/competitions-and-offers/drive-in-cinema/.


When guests arrive, they will receive a personal speaker that broadcasts the film's audio, while food and mobile popcorn sellers will be on hand to enhance the cinema experience.

All proceeds from the screenings will go to the airport's three charity partners - Medcare, Magic Breakfast and the Children's Society, who all help to provide food, access to healthcare and wellbeing support for children in need.

Paul Garnett, London Stansted's car park and ancillaries director, said: "I hope people of all ages can come along to the airport and get into the festive spirit as we host our first drive-in cinema."