Stansted Airport gets set for winter
Wed, 08 Sep, 2010
Stansted Airport has announced a range of new services designed for travellers looking for a winter break.
Several of the airport's partners are due to introduce a variety of new ski links, destinations and flights to cater for winter travellers in the next few months.
Commercial and development director for Stansted Airport Nick Barton explained the airport's "delight" at its partners' latest schemes.
"Despite the difficult economic climate, it's encouraging to see our airline partners introducing new routes and extra flights, giving passengers even greater choice," he said.
According to statistics compiled by Stansted, the airport serves over 19 million passengers per year and is the UK's third busiest airport.
Ryanair are due to charter new flights to Plovdiv in November, giving travellers the chance to visit the popular Bansko ski region. Similarly, Air Berlin aims to increase its flights to Austrian ski destinations with a range of new services scheduled for a December launch.
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