Stansted Airport has just hit a 24 million annual passenger total for only the second time in history as it pushes closer towards a new record.
Nearly 2.2m passengers passed through the airport facilities last month which went down as the second busiest September on record and a 6.9% increase compared to the same month last year. This took the total since September 2015 to September 2016 to 24.009m.
Furthermore this was a 8.4% increase on the year before and was also just 6,000 passengers short from the all time highest record from October 2007. Continue reading…
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Good news seems to be continuing at Stansted Airport as it has been reported that last month was the busiest March on record with over 1.89m passengers venturing through the terminal, while the overall annual travellers has also risen to 23m for the first time since July 2008. The peak in March also helped contribute to its busiest ever winter season with over 8.66m passengers walking through the airport’s doors over the 5 month period finishing in March 2016. This beat the previous season high set in winter 2006/07.
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