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Southend Airport sees its biggest weekend ever thanks to Ryanair and Loganair

London Southend Airport saw it's two biggest weekends ever thanks to new flights from Ryanair and Loganair.

Over 24,000 travellers used the airport between Friday July 27 and Sunday July 29, a vast 28 per cent increase when compared with the same weekend last year.

Similarly, more than 23,000 people also used the airport between Friday July 20th and Saturday July 22nd, a whopping 47 per cent increase when compared to the same weekend last year.

This brilliant sky high increase in passengers from London has been partly driven by Ryanair, who began flying from the airport in April earlier this year. Since then, the airline has added an exciting 14 new routes.

Younger travellers are particularly impressed with the growing number of routes and ease of travel, with a survey of nearly 14,000 customers between May and June this year showing that 73 per cent were between the ages 18 to 34.

For us here at the Airport Business Park, situated right by the thriving London Southend Airport, we are excited by the promising future of this area. With Ryanair committing a new base at Southend Airport, we expect to see a doubling of passenger traffic coming through Southend, which presents a unique opportunity to set up in Southend to allow your business to blossom; and Airport Business Park Southend is the perfect fit.

London Southend’s future is bright, and this vote of confidence from two of the biggest airlines in the UK is a ratification of that. Here at Airport Business Park Southend, we are very excited to be based right next to one of the fastest growing airports in the country and our office space can provide your company with envy-inducing access to a growing customer base coming through the airport and past our door.

So get in contact to find out more about how your business could fit into Southend’s most significant project of its kind in modern times.