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Wednesday 13th of November 2013
Now that it has been revealed they will not be operating from the airport anymore, Car Hire Glasgow Airport think it could spell a chance to get some new destinations on board.
The regional airline BMI has decided to end all services from Glasgow Airport, which comes after the company decided to end flights to Copenhagen as part of a cost cutting measure. All flights will end in two months when the planned end to the Copenhagen route is due to stop.
A spokesman said, “It is one of a small number of routes that has not achieved its targets, so it is being dropped from our network. This will enable us to concentrate on growth routes, new opportunities and our growing ad hoc charter and contract flying operations.”
The news comes after Glasgow airport bosses revealed the hub had the busiest October since 2009. An airport official said, “We are disappointed to lose a destination but are always working to expand the network.”
Airport boss Amanda McMillan said, “To record nine months of consecutive year-on-year growth is very encouraging. Our busiest weekend of the year is in October when thousands fly out for the school holiday week and this year it was a great success. Our operational teams, airlines, retailers and other business partners deserve huge credit because their effort and commitment is crucial in handling such a large volume of traffic.”