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Useful things to know about Humberside Airport
- The airport won the title of Best European Airport for medium sized airports in 2010
- It’s located centrally between Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Kingston upon Hull
- Each year it serves around 200,000 passengers
- As well as commercial flights, the airport also serves the oilfields of the North Sea
- Its busiest route by a large margin is the flight to Amsterdam
Mini Guide to Humberside Airport
Why Should I Fly to Humberside?
Despite there being several airports in the vicinity, some people prefer the small size of Humberside Airport and the fact that it’s equidistant from the main towns of Humberside. If you travel there, you’re likely to be going on business or to enjoy a traditional break on some of Britain’s unspoilt beaches. You’ll also be able to see the remains of Britain’s once powerful fishing and shipping industries, now sadly a shadow of their former glory.
How Easy is it to get to Humberside Airport?
The only UK flights to the airport are from Aberdeen
but there are a number of European routes to holiday destinations. The lack of a major connecting hub in the UK means that traffic numbers are lower than the owners hope for and with expanding services at other local airports, traffic numbers have shrunk over the last few years. However, the route from Amsterdam Airport
means that connections are possible from the US
and other world destinations.
What is the Airport Like?
For a small airport is has a good range of facilities. To get you ready for your flight you can shop in Alpha, a general store with some ‘duty free’ goods. For other travel essentials including reading materials you’ll be pleased to see WH Smith represented. Three eateries are found in the airport offering anything from a drink and light bites to a full English breakfast or a three course international themed meal at the Food Village. There are two travel help desks at the airport which, as well as helping with accommodation, also offer advice on onward travel and currency exchange facilities. There is Wi-Fi at the airport, available for a fee and a small business lounge for quiet work.
Latest Update from Humberside Airport:
- Despite the plaudits for its facilities, passenger numbers are still dropping at Humberside Airport but a new route to Majorca this summer with JetXtra hopes to help arrest the decline.