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- Airport celebrates another year of growth
Almost 30,000 more passengers in 2014
- The fastest way to London - See the Race
Exeter to the centre of London
- Traffic diversion for drivers leaving Exeter Airport
No return traffic to A30 during six weeks of road widening work...
- No return traffic to A30
Traffic diversion for drivers leaving the airport
- New Flybe route to Deauville
Twice weekly service to Parisian Riviera
- Exeter Sun Routes Return with Flybe
Alicante, Faro, Malaga and Palma Mallorca on E195 jet aircraft
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New London Runways Report
Wednesday 18 December 2013Exeter Airport welcomes the Airports Commission Interim Report by Sir Howard Davies which has been investigating where to build new runways in the London area. However, this does not appear to be the best possible solution for regional airports as it would appear to focus disproportionately on the South East.
Commenting on the findings, Matt Roach, Exeter Airport’s managing director said: “We would actively encourage work to ensure the UK has a successful network of point to point airports and sufficient hub capacity to keep it competitive within other European and worldwide markets.
“To ensure this is not at the detriment of the growth of the rest of the UK airports, and regional airports in particular, we would encourage the Commission to push ahead but to ensure that there is a more definite move to supporting regional airports and a recognition that surface access, and the impact on the transport infrastructure as a result, will require more investment.
“Key to this will be the support of the Local Authorities and Local Enterprise Partnerships to ensure that proper consideration is given when prioritising local transport investment.
“Exeter Airport will continue to work alongside our stakeholders to ensure that we can deliver for our passengers, local businesses and the local economy.”
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