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Stansted News

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

London Stansted has completed a record-breaking summer season by reporting its busiest-ever October.

A lump of concrete which smashed through a van driver’s windscreen as he drove along the M11 was most likely flicked up from the road or fell from another vehicle, an inquest heard.

Campaigners opposed to an increase in the cap on passengers numbers at Stansted claim that new Government forecasts for growth in air travel undermine the case for expansion put forward by the airport’s owner.

Two new police dogs and their handlers will be patrolling Stansted Airport after completing an eight-week course in the search and detection of explosives.

Air Corsica is to launch its first ever UK service, flying out of Stansted from the summer of 2018.

Business

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

London Stansted has completed a record-breaking summer season by reporting its busiest-ever October.

Icelandic budget airline WOW Air will be offering a connection to New York’s John F Kennedy International Airport (JFK) when it begins flights from London Stansted next year.

Campaigners opposed to an increase in the cap on passengers numbers at Stansted claim that new Government forecasts for growth in air travel undermine the case for expansion put forward by the airport’s owner.

Air Corsica is to launch its first ever UK service, flying out of Stansted from the summer of 2018.

Ryanair remains on track to land record annual profits, despite facing lower passenger growth and costs of up to 100m euros (£88million) following its flight cancellation fiasco.

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