Norwich International Airport

Norwich International Airport Norwich International is located 4 miles outside Norwich City centre. It serves Norfolk, Suffolk and North Cambridgeshire, all of which are within a 90-minute drive of the airport. Officially opened in 1933 as the civil airport at Mousehold (a small community to the north of the city), Norwich Airport was originally little more than a general aviation facility. At the outbreak...

Swansea Airport

Swansea Airport Swansea Airport is an aerodrome located at Fairwood Common on the Gower peninsula to the west of Swansea. The airport is mainly used to handle light aircraft and private planes. One of the Wales Air Ambulance helicopters is based there. Additionally, it is used by police helicopters. The airport's facilities date back to the early 1940s. There are 3 runways arranged in a...

Pembrey Airport

Pembrey Airport Pembrey Airport is located 6 NM (11 km; 6.9 mi) west northwest of Llanelli in Pembrey, Carmarthenshire, in Wales. It is the home of Cambrian Flying Club. The airfield is situated within a designated danger area, the nearby Royal Air Force bombing range. It is active during the daytime on weekdays. Construction of the airfield started in 1937 and by September of 1939, the RAF'...

Glasgow International Airport

Glasgow International Airport Glasgow International Airport is located 6 NM (11 km; 6.9 mi) west of Glasgow city centre, near the towns of Paisley and Renfrew in Renfrewshire, Scotland. Glasgow Airport is Scotland's principal long-haul gateway, with year-round flights to Canada, the United States and the Gulf. More than eight million passengers use the airport every year, flying to around 90 destinations...

Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's capital airport. More than 40 airlines serve 100-plus destinations and some nine million passengers a year pass through the airport – figures which are set to grow as Scotland's international connections develop. Edinburgh Airport is located at Turnhouse in the City of Edinburgh, Scotland, and was the busiest airport in Scotland in 2008,...

Aberdeen Airport

Aberdeen Airport Aberdeen Airport is the gateway to Europe’s energy capital, serving more than three million travellers a year. It is one of the world’s busiest commercial heliports, transporting more than 500,000 passengers in support of the North Sea oil and gas industry. The airport opened in 1934, established by Eric Gandar Dower, intended to link the northern islands of Scotland with...

Belfast International Airport

Belfast International Airport Belfast International Airport is an airport located 11.5 NM northwest of Belfast in Northern Ireland. It is also known as Aldergrove, after the village of that name lying immediately to the west of the airport. Belfast International shares its runways with the Royal Air Force base RAF Aldergrove, which otherwise has its own facilities. Nearly 5.3 million passengers travelled...

George Best Belfast City Airport

George Best Belfast City Airport George Best Belfast City Airport is owned by ABN AMRO Global Infrastructure Fund. It is a regional airport serving a range of destinations, mainly in Great Britain and Ireland. Situated on the south shore of Belfast Lough adjacent to the A2, one of the main arterial routes into the city, the airport has grown significantly in recent years and is a key strategic gateway to the...

Isle of Man Airport

Isle of Man Airport Isle of Man Airport, which is also known as Ronaldsway Airport, is the major domestic airport on the Isle of Man (first used for commercial flights in 1929). The airport is situated in the south of the island at the ex-RAF base Ronaldsway between Ballasalla and Castletown, which is about 11km southwest of the island capital Douglas. Ronaldsway was first used as an airfield in...

Shoreham Airport

Shoreham Airport Shoreham Airport is at the forefront of general aviation in the UK, and a major base for flying activities on the South Coast. The City of Brighton & Hove and the town of Worthing are both within easy travelling distance from the Airport and the Shoreham by Sea railway station will provide the means to get you to Gatwick, London and beyond. In 1930 the municipal...

Southampton Airport

Southampton Airport Southampton Airport aims to be the local airport you can breeze through. Working together with airlines and tour operators, they serve over 40 European destinations and welcome 1.96 million passengers a year. Southampton Airport is the 20th largest airport in the UK, located in the Borough of Eastleigh within Hampshire, England. Southampton Airport is owned and operated by BAA...

Durham Tees Valley Airport

Durham Tees Valley Airport Durham Tees Valley Airport is one of the best-known airports in the north of England, serving over 670,000 passengers in 2008. Situated just 4 miles east of Darlington, 10 miles west of Middlesbrough and 24 miles south of Durham, Durham Tees Valley Airport offers flights to a wide variety of destinations across the UK and Europe. In September 2004, Teesside International...

Newcastle International Airport

Newcastle International Airport The company structure of Newcastle International Airport is the result of an agreement by the airport’s seven local authority shareholders to enter into a Public Private Partnership with Copenhagen Airports in May 2001. As part of the establishment of a PPP for the future the local authority shareholders sold 49% of their equity interest in the Company to Copenhagen Airports...

Manchester Airport

Manchester Airport The Manchester Airports Group (MAG) is the country’s largest UK-owned airport operator. Their four airports - Manchester, East Midlands, Bournemouth and Humberside – currently serve a total of more than 29 million passengers every year. They also run thriving businesses in property development and management, baggage handling, car parking, airport security, fire fighting,...

Lydd Airport

Lydd Airport Lydd Airport was constructed in 1954 as the cross channel departure point for car ferry services. It enjoyed strong levels of traffic through the fifties and sixties (it was busier than Gatwick for a number of years) but competition from roll-on roll-off sea ferries saw its decline in the early seventies. Dan Air retained an operational base for many years due to the airports...