Covid-19: What future for Newquay Airport? New report shows 98.5% drop in passengers compared with last year

Posted By on 24th September 2020

By Peter Tremayne The viability of Newquay airport will come under the microscope later today when managers provide an update on the current business situation, following the latest Covid-19 restrictions.…

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  1. The real issue is that business customers have deserted the airport and are unlikely ever to return. So its role now seems to be to take people from Cornwall to spend their money abroad. Is that what we should subsidise during the most severe downturn in our lifetimes?

  2. How can an airport with an annual short fall of over £2 million be economic? There is not enough demand for flights from Cornwall….. period. The airport should be closed.

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