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Easter getaways see Manchester Airport's passenger numbers continue to grow
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Easter getaways see Manchester Airport's passenger numbers continue to grow Manchester Airport has seen another month of growth, with an 8% year on year increase in its passenger numbers in April. It sees the annual rolling passenger total reach 28.8 million for the first time ever. The UK’s third largest airport saw nearly 2.4m people fly through its three terminals last month as passengers jetted off over the Easter holidays. The most popular of the airport’s 210 destinations in April were Dublin, Amsterdam, Dubai, Tenerife and Alicante, as passengers enjoyed both sun and city breaks...
Birmingham sees 4.1% growth in passenger numbers
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Birmingham Airport April Passenger figures Birmingham Airport welcomed 1,002,473 passengers through its terminal doors during the month of April, this is up +4.1% up on the same month last year. Scheduled traffic accounted for 87% of the total, with charter passengers making up the remaining 13%. Nick Barton, CEO, of Birmingham Airport said: “It’s great to see passenger figures rising as we warm up for the summer months. We’ve seen an incredible uplift in passengers travelling further afield to more of the tropical destinations we have on offer including India, Cape Verde and Jamaica...
Birmingham Airport gears up for 80th Anniversary Celebrations
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Birmingham Airport gears up for 80th Anniversary Celebrations Birmingham Airport has kick started its year of 80th anniversary celebrations with the launch of a new commemorative logo and a visit from the son of the very first Airport Manager. Leonard Faulkner was the original Airport Manager when it opened back in 1939 on the Elmdon site and was responsible for the day to day running of the airport and the terminal. Leonard’s son, John, now aged 90, and his two daughters were invited by the airport to have a behind the scenes tour of the current airport to celebrate and reminisce the...
easyJet celebrates flying 55 million passengers from Bristol
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easyJet celebrates flying 55 million passengers from Bristol easyJet, Europe’s leading airline, is today celebrating carrying 55 million passengers from Bristol Airport since launching operations there in 2002. The airline now operates 74 routes and up to 740 flights a week out of Bristol - that’s 10% more flights compared to summer 2018 - making it the airline’s largest UK base outside of London. In what is set to be an important summer of expansion for easyJet at the airport, the airline will base a 17th aircraft at Bristol and launches flights on five new routes to Rhodes in Greece...
Launch day set for statutory consultation on Heathrow expansion
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Launch day set for statutory consultation on Heathrow expansion Heathrow’s statutory consultation on its expansion plans will commence the 18th of June and end on the 13th of September New CGI imagery released to show what an expanded Heathrow could look like June consultation follows an extensive period of non-statutory consultation and engagement Heathrow has announced that its statutory 12 and a half-week consultation on its expansion plans will launch on the 18th of June. This step is the latest delivery milestone for the critical national infrastructure project, and the responses...
Gatwick celebrates new ownership with continued investment to “put passengers at heart”
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Gatwick celebrates new ownership with continued investment to “put passengers at heart” of exciting new chapter New long-term partnership formed by VINCI Airports and Global Infrastructure Partners which will support Gatwick’s passenger-focused strategy Major investment programme will “enable Gatwick to continue on its successful journey” says CEO Stewart Wingate London Gatwick today announced a new chapter in its ownership as VINCI Airports completed the purchase of a 50.01% stake in the airport. Global Infrastructure Partners (GIP) will continue to manage the remaining 49.99% interest...
Bristol Airport introduces new paper cup recycling initiative
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Bristol Airport introduces new paper cup recycling initiative Nearly a tonne of paper cups has been recycled as a result of a new process introduced at Bristol Airport in March. This is the equivalent of 54,500 standard size coffee cups which, if placed end to end would stretch for nearly 6km – which is nearly the length of 57 football pitches or three times the length of Bristol Airport’s runway! Working in collaboration with catering partners and waste management provider, SWRnewstar, the Airport has introduced the scheme to ensure paper cups are recycled and not placed in landfill...
Qatar Airways celebrates First Anniversary at Cardiff Airport
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Qatar Airways celebrates First Anniversary at Cardiff Airport Qatar Airways, the multiple-award-winning airline, is celebrating its first anniversary connecting business and leisure customers from Cardiff Airport with destinations around the world. Over the past year, the airline’s regular service to Doha has been part of the seven per cent jump in overall passenger numbers from Cardiff. Some of the most popular network destinations include Qatar, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Sri Lanka. In celebration of its first anniversary, the Qatar Airways staff surprised lucky passengers with...
Cardiff Airport reaches 1.6 million passengers
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Cardiff Airport reaches 1.6 million passengers The end of April 2019 marked an important milestone for Wales’ national airport in terms of passenger growth. Over the last 12 months, more than 1.6 million passengers have flown through Cardiff Airport, reflecting an increase of 7% versus 2018. This is the busiest year since 2009. Passenger growth for the month of April was up 20% versus the same month last year, with Cardiff Airport welcoming 126,399 total passengers, reflecting the Airport’s position as not only a point of departure, but also as a key international gateway for visitors to...
Manchester Airport signs up to Tap Water Refill Scheme
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Airport signs up to Tap Water Refill Scheme Passengers flying in and out of Manchester Airport can now refill their water bottles free of charge at any of its bars, cafes and restaurants. The UK’s third largest airport has signed up to a scheme called Refill, a national City to Sea initiative backed by local water company, United Utilities. It means passengers can refill their water bottles at any of the 33 outlets across the airport’s three terminals. This is in addition to water fountains that are already located in both arrivals and the departure lounges. With 7.7 billion plastic...
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New restaurant featuring local produce opens in Newcastle Airport departure lounge
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New restaurant featuring local produce opens in Newcastle Airport departure lounge A brand-new restaurant which showcases produce from North East-based suppliers and takes inspiration from regional favourites has opened in Newcastle Airport. Passengers will now be able to enjoy locally-sourced dishes and relax with a regionally-distilled drink at the new ‘Quaystone Bar and Kitchen’ before jetting off on their travels. The Quaystone Bar and Kitchen menu features a variety of traditional dishes, including pizzas, pasta and sharing platters, as well as a selection of dishes that are being...
Fendi opens its first Heathrow Terminal 3 boutique
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FENDI is pleased to announce the opening of it’s first boutique at Heathrow’s Terminal 3. The new boutique will be the second Heathrow retail opening for FENDI, following Terminal 4 in 2018. FENDI is renowned for its tradition, creativity and historically-acclaimed craftsmanship, and these core values are captured in the new boutique’s concept with a contemporary twist. The artistic passion of FENDI is expressed through the boutique’s details and materials, characterised by a luxurious feel. The design concept features the signature style of ivory limestone detailing featuring multiple...
Spuntino lands at Heathrow!
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Soho eatery Spuntino lands at Heathrow Terminal 3 Hidden away in the heart of Soho at No.61 Rupert Street is Spuntino, a restaurant that consists of 27 stools and a popcorn machine. The New York comfort food inspired eatery has developed a cult following with London foodies and has just opened its doors at Heathrow Terminal 3. Spuntino, which means ‘snack’ in Italian, has developed a bespoke airport breakfast and takeaway menu to deliver an ‘all day dining’ and ‘on board’ experience for many of the 18 million passengers who travel through Terminal 3 each year. Spuntino is the brainchild...

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