Stansted Airport Guide
Welcome to the Stansted Airport Guide, your independent resource developed to aid your experience when travelling to, from ot through Stansted Airport.
- Book Cheap Stansted Flights
- Airport code: STN
- Airport Postcode: CM24 1RW
- 56 km from London
- +44 (0) 808 169 7031
Did you know?
It’s London’s 3rd largest airport, and the UK’s 4th largest
2017 saw more than 25 million passengers pass through the terminal
2018 is set to make Stansted London’s fastest growing airport as it introduces an addition 1.2 million airline seats!
Find a Taxi
Hop into one of the trusted taxis that serve Stansted Airport.
Rent a Car
Booking your car hire in advance can save you those precious £s!
Find a Hotel
Add a little something extra to your trip with a stay in an airport hotel
Lock in those favourable rates and purchase your currency online
Who We Are
The Airport Guides Network; Independent Information for the Traveller
We are your guide to the airport – the Airport Guides were created to help travellers find their way to, through, and from, UK airports. We run a network of unofficial guides to more than 20 UK airports and are always keen to hear your thoughts and experiences when it comes to air travel; the good, the bad and the ugly!
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Stansted Airport News
Calling all ‘Spoons fans! The UK’s favourite pub chain Wetherspoons have recently unveiled a huge improvement to their longstanding establishment The Windmill, at Stansted Airport.Read more
A 5 year old girl, Rosie Everett, has been miraculously reunited with her much-loved cuddly toy mouse after losing it at Stansted Airport.Read more
A great new scheme is landing at Stansted Airport, provided by their Employment and Skills Academy, which is allowing free English and Maths courses in an attempt to allow airport employees, jobseekers and local residents to develop their skills.Read more
A former rescue dog has been added to the team at Stansted Airport as a new specialist search dog. Boots, the former stray, was brought to the Dog Unit from The Dogs Trust and is now fully trained to sniff out both cash and illegal substances. The 18-month old Labrador crossbreed was taken into Basildon Kennels as a result of being found homeless last August, and was given a new home after the Dog Unit spotted his potential to work successfully as a search dog.Read more