Southend Airport Transfers
Why not travel in style and comfort from/ to Southend Airport, London? London Southend Airport is an international airport in the Rochford district within Essex, England, approximately 42 mi (68 km) from the center of London. London Southend Airport serves over 30 destinations in Europe and is one the UK’s fastest-growing regional airports. Last year London Southend Airport has been rated the best London terminal in the latest Which? Airport Passenger Survey. London Southend has the maximum five stars for staff friendliness and helpfulness and four stars in baggage reclaim, seating, toilets, queues at security and passport control. Southend Airport has an excellent weather record and is used by airlines as a diversion alternative when bad weather conditions or incidents close other London airports. Prestige Airport Transfers provides transfers to or from Southend Airport. With us you will experience more than just a transfer! We will meet any requirements that you might have in terms of destinations covered. Let us help you plan your journey to the last detail. We are customer orientated. We are reliable and always on time. We have new and clean cars. We have great offers and discounts. Book with Prestige Airport Transfers!
Southend was London’s third-busiest airport from the 1960s until the end of the 1970s, when it was overtaken in passenger numbers by London Stansted Airport. Following its purchase by Stobart Group in 2008,a development programme provided a new terminal and control tower, extended runway, and connection to central London via the regular rail service running between Liverpool Street Station & Southend Airport Station on the Shenfield-Southend line, continuing on to Southend Victoria.
EasyJet began operating services by opening a base at Southend in April and Irish carrier Aer Lingus Regional began regular flights to Dublin in May, resulting in a rapid increase in airport passenger numbers to 617,027 during 2012; 721,661 passengers used the airport in 12 months following the start of these services, with 969,912 in 2013, and 1,102,358 in 2014, though 2015 saw a decline in passenger numbers to 900,648 and 2016 continued the decline with 874,549 passengers. The airport operator hopes to increase passenger numbers to two million per year by 2020.
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