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Covid-19: Our terminal is temporarily closed, with all scheduled flights to and from the Airport suspended due to the impact of current Government guidelines on demand. The Aerodrome remains open to support vital services such as Cornwall Air Ambulance, HM Coastguard Search and Rescue, Business and Military operations. Find expected start dates for flights here.

Our terminal is temporarily closed, with all scheduled flights to and from the Airport suspended due to the impact of current Government guidelines on demand. The Aerodrome remains open to support vital services such as Cornwall Air Ambulance, HM Coastguard Search and Rescue, Business and Military operations.

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Cornwall Airport Newquay Management

Cornwall Airport Newquay is owned by Cornwall Council and managed by Cornwall Airport Limited (CAL), a Private Limited Company, wholly owned by Cornwall Council.

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Pete Downes joined Cornwall Airport Newquay as Managing Director in June 2020. Pete has previously been instrumental in route development and airline growth at London City Airport, where he was previously Aviation Director. Starting his career in transport with FirstGroup, Pete entered the aviation industry at Bristol Airport where he was previously Head of Aviation.

Tim Jeans was appointed as the Chairman of Cornwall Airport Limited in May 2014. Tim is one of the leading figures in the airline industry with over 20 years’ experience, having held executive management positions with some of the UK’s leading airlines, including Ryanair, MyTravel & Monarch Airlines.

Richard Thomasson is a member of the CAL Board which also comprises the Chairman Tim and Non-Executive Directors, Will Ashworth (MD of Watergate Bay Hotel) and Cornwall Councillor John Fitter. 

The strategic objectives of the business as set by the Board and shareholder are currently as follows;

  • The adoption of a revised business strategy which will focus on diversifying the business in to other aviation market sectors
  • Route development and maintenance of the existing route network
  • Marketing of airport asset to potential tenants
  • Improved customer experience
  • New Company vision, values and culture
  • Continual change and improvement in efficiency
  • Maintained safety and security awareness
  • Raise regional awareness and install pride in the airport as a strategic asset