REGIONAL & CITY AIRPORTS
Bournemouth Airport provides connectivity to a wide range of European and domestic destinations, serving a large southern UK catchment area. The airport is home to a growing air freight operation providing an efficient and cost-effective route to market, avoiding the congestion associated with the traditional UK cargo hubs.
Situated in the West Midlands, Coventry Airport handles around 30,000 aircraft movements a year, supporting a range of General Aviation operations from private aviation to commercial flight training.
A key economic asset for the economies of Exeter, Devon and the wider South West, Exeter Airport provides air links to a wide range of domestic and international destinations making it critical to businesses in the South West as a regional transport and Royal Mail hub. It is also an integral component of the Exeter and East Devon Growth Point which is a significant infrastructure investment project unrivaled in size in the UK.
Norwich Airport is the principal aerial gateway to and from East Anglia, serving Norfolk and Suffolk and surrounding counties. It has a long history and sound levels of activity on scheduled and charter passenger activities to both European and domestic destinations, and as an aircraft maintenance base and a major operating hub for the southern North Sea oil and gas industry.
Operated under a management contract, Solent Airport serves the south coast and Isle of Wight area for private aircraft and passengers flying on both business and leisure. Facilities at Solent Airport include a new executive aviation centre, aircraft refuelling services, on site engineering, hangarage and outdoor parking, in addition to flying tuition and flight experiences.