Posts Tagged ‘local airport’

Make the Most of Your Regional Airport

Thursday, September 17th, 2015 by Kate Goldstone

It’s remarkable. Britain is absolutely stuffed full of regional airports, many of which were built during World War two to house and support the sterling efforts of our bombers and fighter planes. And you can fly to a huge choice of popular and obscure destinations from them. The Airport Guides website contains a comprehensive list […]

Support Your Regional Airport

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015 by Kate Goldstone

Not so long ago travellers had very few airport choices, just the major hubs. Now we have a much better choice, including lots of smaller airports dotted around the country. Many were originally built before and during World War Two, lay fallow for years afterwards and were then re-purposed as domestic airports to cater for the […]