Airport News

Manchester Airport to Stansted 'to be improved'

Thu, 20 Sep, 2007

Commuters from Manchester to London will be pleased to note that they could benefit from extra flights between the two cities when Eastern Airways takes over from Air Berlin as the airline servicing Manchester Airport and London Stansted.

Manchester Airport’s head of air service development Aidan Mooney commented on the importance of the network.

"Connecting the north-west to the rest of Britain and the world is why Manchester Airport is so important to the region’s development and this route is an important element in our network," he remarked.

Eastern Airways’ chief operating officer Chris Holliday added that service will give greater flexibility to both business and leisure passengers when it is launched in December.

Business passengers may want to add to the convenience of the service by booking their airport parking in advance over the internet.

BAA, the operator of London Stansted, announced recently that August had been the company's busiest month in the year so far.

Joe Evans

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