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More growth for Cornwall Airport Newquay

Cornwall Airport Newquay is reporting their best ever year with another rise in total passenger numbers for financial year 2018-19.

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Cornwall Airport Newquay is reporting their best ever year with another rise in total passenger numbers. In the financial year 2018-19, over 461K passengers used the Airport, making it Cornwall Airport Newquay’s 5th consecutive year of growth.

The growth mainly comes from Ryanair extending their popular Alicante route to a year-round operation, as well as increased passenger numbers on the London Gatwick route and increased capacity on Manchester in the latter part of 2018.

Al Titterington, Managing Director at Cornwall Airport Newquay commented: “It’s fantastic to still be achieving year on year growth given the current challenges and uncertainties in the market. In particular the increased use of the Airport throughout the winter months is a real achievement and we expect to have even more growth this year.”

New routes for 2019 will bring even more growth for the coming year, including a new year round service to London Southend as well as flights to Jersey and Guernsey this summer, and new airline partner SAS (Scandinavian Airlines) operating a twice weekly summer route to Copenhagen. The new 4 x daily London Heathrow service has started positively and has been welcomed by passengers.