Manchester Airport reaches new passenger milestone

MAG, the landlord of Manchester, London Stansted and East Midlands Airports, has this month observed a 1.eight in step with cent year-on-year build up in passenger numbers.

Manchester welcomed just about 3 million passengers in June, an build up of three.eight in step with cent on June ultimate 12 months, because the north’s world gateway reached a complete of 29 million passengers served prior to now 12 months.

Direct, long-haul connectivity continues to force Manchester’s enlargement, with passengers on scheduled long-haul flights up ten in step with cent year-on-year.

As an example, the greater frequency of Qatar Airlines’ carrier to Doha supposed there used to be a 43.three in step with cent build up in passengers travelling to the Heart Japanese hub, with passengers travelling to Singapore expanding through 23.eight in step with cent.

London Stansted Airport continues to develop and noticed an build up in passengers of 1 in step with cent in comparison to June ultimate 12 months, because it welcomed 2.7 million passengers.

East Midlands Airport noticed a discount of four.2 in step with cent in passenger numbers this month, however nonetheless welcomed smartly over part one million (536,303) to the airport, departing to fashionable Ecu vacation locations.


The airport noticed a 40 in step with cent build up in passengers travelling to Turkey, along a 7.three in step with cent build up in passengers beginning their summer time vacations in Jersey.

Graeme Elliott, company affairs director, MAG stated: “Manchester Airport serving extra passengers than ever sooner than displays the advantages of an build up in festival and selection that our increasing long-haul community is handing over.

“With extra connections to locations on be offering, Manchester Airport continues to reveal the important thing position it may well play in rebalancing the United Kingdom economic system, boosting inward funding and trade alternatives into the Northern Powerhouse and extra afield.”

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