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just seen your comment on the Closure of the Pennine line, when is this planned to happen? I remember they was mention of this several months ago on one of the forums

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Gatwick Airport Annual Results: Successful year of growing global connections and passenger numbers
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Gatwick Airport Annual Results: Successful year of growing global connections and passenger numbers London Gatwick financial results for the year ending 31st March 2019 Gatwick grows to 46.4m passengers, including an extra 1.1m long-haul passengers New routes, increased frequencies and retail development drives EBITDA +7.3% while income per passenger grows +4.5% to £17.47 Growth balanced by a 7% reduction in the airport’s noise footprint Significant long-haul growth, an increased economic contribution, more passengers and reduced noise are at the heart of a successful year for Gatwick...
Glasgow scoops hat-trick at Scottish Transport Awards including Airport of the Year
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Glasgow scoops hat-trick at Scottish Transport Awards including Airport of the Year Glasgow Airport was named Airport of the Year at the Scottish Transport Awards – one of three accolades picked up by the transport hub last night. The airport also scooped the Accessible Transport Award for its popular special assistance service, which last year ensured more than 121,000 who need additional support while travelling through the terminal enjoyed a safe and pleasant journey. Glasgow also became the biggest airport in Scotland to open its £144,000 state-of-the-art Changing Places facility...
Manchester Airport calls for firm commitment from Government ahead of aviation consultation closing
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Manchester Airport calls for firm commitment from Government ahead of aviation consultation closing As the Government’s consultation on the future of UK aviation comes to a close in a matter of days, the UK’s third biggest airport today called for a firm commitment to the North, as it edged closer to an historic high of 30m passengers. Last month saw the airport reach 28.9m annual passengers, with the Northern hub set to hit 30m by the end of the financial year. May saw it welcome 2.6m passengers through its three terminals. On June 20, the Government’s Aviation 2050 Green Paper...
Unanimous agreement of Welsh Affairs Committee: Devolve Air Passenger Duty to Wales by 2021
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Unanimous agreement of Welsh Affairs Committee: Devolve Air Passenger Duty to Wales by 2021 Cardiff Airport welcomes the report published today [Tuesday 11 June] by the Welsh Affairs Committee into the devolution of Air Passenger Duty (APD). The unanimously-agreed report recommends that the UK Government should hand over control of Air Passenger Duty in Wales to the Welsh Government by 2021. Cardiff Airport has continuously reinforced its position on the matter – calling for the tax to be devolved and then reduced or abolished. Cardiff Airport believes that the devolution and...
Liverpool John Lennon Airport reflects on success off the field
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Jürgen Klopp and Jordan Henderson return home with the Champions League Trophy at LJLA. Paul Staples, Operations Director for Liverpool John Lennon Airport commented, “This has been an amazing few days for the airport and all who work here and a fantastic advert for what this airport is capable of. To have been able to accommodate all these extra flights whilst delivering our renowned high levels of operational service for those passengers and airlines using the airport at the same time, is a tremendous achievement that everyone who works here is rightly proud of.” “We’re already...
New cutting edge CT security equipment at Heathrow
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Heathrow invests over £50 million in cutting edge CT security equipment in UK airport first Passengers could soon keep their liquids and laptops inside their cabin baggage when passing through security at Heathrow after the airport revealed plans to install next-generation CT security equipment The airport is investing over £50 million in the next few years to roll the equipment out. Once fully operational, the enhanced technology is expected to significantly reduce the amount of single-use plastics at Heathrow, with passengers no longer required to put liquids in plastic bags Heathrow...
Bristol Airport’s ten years of transformation
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Bristol Airport’s ten years of transformation A newly published report has highlighted a decade of transformational change at Bristol Airport. The Annual Monitoring Report shows that while passenger numbers have continued to increase, the number of flights in 2018 was only marginally above the 2008 total. During the same period, the number of destinations served has significantly increased to nearly 130 across 30 countries, connecting people from our region across the globe. This has enabled over 30% more passengers to fly today from their local Airport to visit friends and family...
Leeds Bradford Airport appoints Hywel Rees as Chief Executive
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Leeds Bradford Airport appoints Hywel Rees as Chief Executive Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) has announced the appointment of Hywel Rees as Chief Executive Effective 20 May Hywel is an experienced executive in the airports and infrastructure sectors, with airport operating experience at leadership team level. He joins LBA from AMP Capital, where he has been a senior member of the asset management team for around five years, with a focus on airports. He was the asset director for Newcastle Airport, which has been an AMP Capital managed asset for more than six years, and in that time has...
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...
First Minister unveils Refill Wales water fountains at Cardiff Airport on National Refill Day
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First Minister unveils Refill Wales water fountains at Cardiff Airport on National Refill Day The First Minister for Wales, Rt Hon Mark Drakeford AM has visited Cardiff Airport today (19 June 2019) to mark National Refill Day, by officially unveiling three brand new tap water Refill Stations. Customers flying from Wales’ national airport can now fill their own reusable containers with high quality tap water at three Refill Stations, supporting the reduction of plastic waste and saving money at the same time. One Refill Station is located in the Departure Lounge, ideal for customers who...
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rip wrote on Tarn Spotter's profile.
just seen your comment on the Closure of the Pennine line, when is this planned to happen? I remember they was mention of this several months ago on one of the forums
Nearly half a year until Christmas folks :)
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