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Qatar Airways will become the latest major airline to join Stansted Airport’s global cargo network when it begins a new service from Doha in May 2014.
Manchester Airports Group (M.A.G) is today celebrating the first anniversary of its £1.5bn acquisition of Stansted Airport, which has opened up an exciting new chapter in the airport’s history.
Transport Select Committee member, Jim Fitzpatrick MP, visited Stansted Airport this week (February 19, 2014) on a fact-finding trip as part of his Industry and Parliament Trust (IPT) Fellowship - the charity that works to promote mutual understanding between Parliament and business.
Stansted plays a vital role in maintaining international connectivity and is now fulfilling its potential under the ownership of M.A.G said the Aviation Minister, Robert Goodwill MP, at the House of Commons yesterday (February 12, 2014).
Stansted Airport saw over 1.15 million passengers pass through the terminal in January 2014 – an increase of 7.2% over the same month last year.
Stansted has today launched its ‘Fly Stansted’ campaign to highlight that it is the European airport for London with over 150 direct scheduled connections available on its route network, more than any other airport in the UK.
Record breaking business deals totalling £323,000 were generated by firms in the first six weeks following last year’s lucrative London Stansted ‘Meet the Buyers’ event – a huge 50% increase on the 2012 event.
Stansted Airport has been awarded the top ‘Gold’ accreditation by National Recycling Stars, one of the UK’s leading waste industry accreditation schemes.
The CAA has today announced its decision to remove Stansted Airport from economic regulation from April 2014 onwards. Following a two-year review, the CAA has concluded that Stansted does not have substantial market power and the airport should be free to compete with other airports without the need for price regulation.