Birmingham Airport passes 12m passenger mark The milestone comes less than coach outlet sale 501 a year after breaking the 11 million passenger mark in August 2016 and 20 months after passing through the ten million mark in August 2015.
The airport said it had recorded 25 months of consecutive record passenger growth as it continued to attract more airlines, routes and passengers.Chief executive Paul Kehoe said: "We're proud to have served 12 million people since last April as we continue our journey of growth and I would like to thank of all our passengers, partners and employees for making this happen."We will continue to invest in our facilities to improve the customer experience and keep working hard to attract new airlines that offer exciting destinations to enable the Midlands economy to grow and tourists to explore."Over the last year, the airport has welcomed a number of new airlines, including Jet2, Iberia Express and bmi regional and this summer will welcome coach outlet atlanta universities FlyOne and the return of British Airways to Birmingham.
The airport is currently investing million into infrastructure projects including replacing the hold baggage screening system with the latest x ray technology and a new drop off car park free for 30 minutes while existing car parks will also coach outlet atlanta apparel be upgraded and a brand new surface car park built.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterDaily NewsletterallMost ReadMost RecentInvest in BirminghamParadise unveils vision for landmark building at end of Broad StreetDevelopers behind Birmingham city centre regeneration scheme to showcase next stage of major project at public exhibition next monthInvest in BirminghamMajor land deal for Jewellery Quarter regenerationHome of historic Birmingham company for more than 50 years will be redeveloped into a mixed use complex with flats and commercial spaceInvest in BirminghamNext phase of Edgbaston hospital project unveiledCircle Health plans to add a rehabilitation centre to its new wholesale coach bags hospital on the former Pebble Mill sitePost PeopleDaily Mail columnist to head Midlands Media Awards panelDaily Mail columnist Andrew Pierce is to head the final judging panel for this year's Midlands Media AwardsInvest in BirminghamNew plans for 18 storey city centre apartment blockDeveloper behind several apartment complexes in Birmingham has returned with a new project to create apartments off busy commuter route.
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