19th April 2016
For the past seven months, Glasgow Airport has gone from success to success in relation to the number of passengers that have gone through its doors and March hasn’t been different. Las month continued the same rhythm than the previous periods and Glasgow Airport has registered its busiest month after more than 660,000 passengers passed through the airport, which has meant an increase of 9% in comparison with the same period last year.
2nd April 2016
During the month of March 3.1 million passengers have travelled through Gatwick Airport, which has been the busiest ever March in its history. With an increase of 5.8% year on year, Gatwick also has to celebrate its third year of consecutive month on month growth.
22nd March 2016
582,879 passengers came through Glasgow Airports’ doors in February, which showed an increase of 14.1% from the previous year. Domestic traffic grew the most (by 14.8%) with Flybe’s services to Exeter and Cardiff being one of the most popular. Other companies that were in high demand due to their London routes were easyJet, British Airways and Ryanair.
22nd March 2016
London Gatwick Airport has registered its most crowded February in its history. During this month, 2.7m passengers have gone through its doors, which has meant an increase of 9% in comparison with the previous period. In addition, other good news is that this year there will be 20 new long distance flights operating from this airport to destinations over four continents. Some of these are Canada, the United States of America, Hong Kong, Cuba, Peru and Costa Rica.
16th February 2016
13.5% increase in monthly passenger numbers Glasgow Airport is celebrating a record start to its 50th anniversary year after welcoming 551,177 passengers through its doors in January, representing an annual increase of 13.5% and making it the airport’s busiest January on record. International traffic grew by 17.6% due to strong demand for some of the airport’s new services to European cities such as Milan and Bucharest – both of which launched in December 2015. Emirates, which offers a double daily service to Dubai, and Aer Lingus, which this year added capacity to Dublin, also reported particularly strong demand.
4th February 2016
Park First is en route to becoming one of the most important UK providers of long-stay airport car parking by the end of this year thanks to a formula based in “adding value through operational improvements”. In March, this company will celebrate its sixth birthday and there is no better way than achieving great results: Park First is currently managing car parking worth more than £190M and its plans are focused on increasing its portfolio of top sites near the most crowed airports in the United Kingdom.