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NEWS Thursday, 28 February 2019 |

London Stansted boss calls for better public transport links to UK airports

London Stansted CEO, Ken O'Toole, today called for improvements to the public transport links to UK airports to reduce journey times and support growth.

NEWS Friday, 11 January 2019 |

Heathrow breaks 80 million milestone and 8% growth for Stansted in 2018

London's Heathrow Airport broke the 80 million passengers per annum milestone in 2018, accommodating 80.1 million (+2.7%) during a record breaking year.

NEWS Friday, 17 August 2018 |

Stansted launches public consultation on its draft Noise Action Plan (NAP)

London Stansted has launched a public consultation on its draft Noise Action Plan (NAP) setting out the airport’s approach to managing aircraft noise and reducing its impact on the local community.

NEWS Monday, 21 May 2018 |

London Stansted targets economic growth and direct air links to China

London Stansted Airport representatives, business leaders and local politicians have met to begin talks on creating a new partnership between the region and China to help secure a direct Chinese air link and foster new trade and investment opportunities in the East of England.

NEWS Friday, 15 September 2017 |

London Stansted's CEO calls for the UK government to set out its airports vision

London Stansted’s new CEO, Ken O’Toole, has called on the UK to put in place a national aviation strategy that not only supports airports to grow but ensures the spare capacity available today is used to generate the biggest positive impact for consumers and the economy.

NEWS Monday, 23 November 2015 |

Manchester milestone as gateway celebrates yearly traffic record

Manchester Airport today passed a major milestone – handling 23 million passengers in a 12-month period for the first time in its 77-year history.

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