The number of people using Manchester Airport increased again last month, with 2.8 per cent more people using the airport this May than during the same month last year.
The news comes despite none of the north England’s top football teams making it to the last stages of European competitions again, meaning the airport missed the typical May football fan boost it has become somewhat accustomed to in recent years.
A total of 2,093,391 people travelled through the north’s major airport in May 2015, up from 2,036,410 in the same period last year.
It moves the rolling annual total to 22,406,306 – an increase of 6.21 per cent year-on-year – and the most ever for Manchester Airport, with current forecasts indicating that the airport will break the 23 million passenger mark by 2016.
Ken O’Toole, Manchester Airport managing director, said: “We continue to invest in making sure Manchester Airport can…
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