Stansted Airport ready for a busy Easter
STANSTED Airport is gearing up for a busy Easter period as holidaymakers take advantage of new routes to warmer climates. We re expecting around 350,000 passengers to travel through Stansted Airport over the Easter period, proving people still want to t
STANSTED Airport is gearing up for a busy Easter period as holidaymakers take advantage of new routes to warmer climates.
"We're expecting around 350,000 passengers to travel through Stansted Airport over the Easter period, proving people still want to take a break and head away despite the economic climate," said Stansted Airport's commercial and development director Nick Barton.
"Visiting friends and family will be a main reason for travel but many will also be taking advantage of the huge range of destinations available including AirAsia X's low-cost flights to Malaysia, and onward connections to Australia, and the new routes launched by easyJet and Ryanair this week to Sardinia and Sicily."
This Easter Stansted Airport has launched new routes, sees the return of popular summer destinations and is giving some lucky passengers the chance to have their Tax Free shopping paid for.
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EasyJet and Ryanair launch new direct routes to the sun-drenched islands of Sardinia and Sicily this week and Stansted's new summer timetable, with nearly 150 destinations across 31 countries, welcomes the return of popular links such as Perpignan and Toulon in France.
World Duty Free has also launched an exciting promotion giving passengers, using the airport's free shop and collect service, the chance to win their Tax Free shopping at the till. With a 1 in 250 chance of scooping the prizes on offer, there will be a lot of lucky winners flying out of Stansted.
To view the full list of exciting destinations, just a short hop from Stansted this Easter, visit .
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