Cornwall Airport Newquay has just released its most recent passenger figures and Cornwall’s local Airport is still flying high. Passenger numbers released for June show an increase of 20% over June last year, with 50,993 people using the Airport
This weekend saw the start of the new Aer Lingus Regional service between Cork and Cornwall Airport Newquay… and the Irish reaction has been very positive already.
Leading regional airline adds flights to Birmingham for the first time during winter months.
This week marks the start of the summer season at Cornwall Airport Newquay with Ryanair flights to Alicante, Frankfurt-Hahn and Faro commencing their twice weekly services as well as Flybe’s daily Birmingham and Stansted flights making a return and the increase in the Manchester service from one to two flights daily.
Cornwall Airport Newquay retains its position as the UK’s fastest growing regional Airport, recording a 48% growth in passenger numbers...
Aer Lingus Regional, operated by Stobart Air, has today announced that the airline will operate a service from Cornwall Airport Newquay to Cork Airport beginning 6 May for summer 2017.
Aer Lingus have announced that from March 2017 passengers will be able to fly from Cornwall Airport Newquay to North America and Canada (via Dublin) from just £229 each way.
Cornwall Airport Newquay has recorded its busiest summer since 2009, having handled over 280,000 passengers; a massive 55% growth over summer 2015.
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