I think that the problem is that there is b..... all going from there. For that reason we have only used it once, quite a few years ago, when someone or other had a flight going to Faro. Too long ago for me to remember who it was I'm afraid but it was a foreign chartered aircraft and crew. Very good though from memory.I wonder how popular Humberside Airport was prior to the Humber Bridge opening. There was a ferry to Barton upon Humber, you can still catch a train to there, but I think the ferry stopped when the bridge opened. You would think the bridge would have boosted Humberside's attractiveness to people living on the north side of the Humber.
I was recently talking to two friends from Beverly who said HUY would be their airport of choice given the chance.
This is excellent news, clearly 2Excel didn’t want this to happen (notice they are maintaining their presence at the DSA site regardless), however it should provide some much needed revenue to Humberside. Every little helps, now just to reclaim those lost holiday routes..2XCel will be moving too Humberside.
But not the two 727s which are heading to Teesside.2XCel will be moving too Humberside.