A Border Force official has quit his job at Stansted Airport with a resignation letter which really does put the icing on the cake.
Stansted Airport is going back in time by using Suffolk Punch Horses to help manage its ancient woodland just beyond the end of the runway.
The company formerly known as BAA is to sell Stansted airport to the Manchester Airports group for £1.5 billion.
Stansted Airport has signed a new deal which will see Air Moldova move its UK operations from Gatwick to Essex.
Stansted has recently been taken over by Manchester Airports Group which is keen to increase the number of passengers passing through the main terminal.
Air Moldova will begin twice weekly flights to Chisinau International Airport on 29th April.
Stansted Airport expects over 220,000 passengers to pass through the terminal across the Easter bank holiday weekend as Brits head-off to sunnier climes and Europe's ski resorts.
It's the busiest part of the year so far at the Essex airport has people also head in from aboard.
Hundreds of thousands more air travellers will also take to the skies over the remainder of the week as new routes launch and many seasonal destinations return as the new summer flying schedule comes into operation.
Stansted and Luton airports are advising passengers to check before they travel due to possible delays caused by the snow.
The planes flying into and out of Stansted may be getting bigger and better but the Essex airport is going back to basics on the ground.
It has called on the services of Suffolk Punch horses to help it manage woodland at the end of the runway. The airport owns the 40 hectare site.
The horses have been removing felled wood, which is then recycled or used as fuel for the terminal building.
Stansted Airport is using Suffolk Punches to help it manage woodland at the end of the runway. The Essex airport owns the 40 hectare site and says it wants to encourage wildlife. The horses are helping to remove felled wood, which is recycled or used as fuel for the terminal building.
Stansted Airport has changed hands and the new owners already have problems to deal with. The biggest airline to use the airport, Ryanair, is angry about a 6% increase in airport charges and says it may pull some of its flights out.
Stansted has been bought by M.A.G. which owns or operates Manchester, East Midlands and Bournemouth airports. Stansted's former owner was forced to sell by the Competition Commission.
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Stansted Airport is under new ownership this morning. It has been sold for £1.5 billion pounds by Heathrow Airports Holdings to Manchester Airports Group. Stansted is London's third busiest airport and handles around 17 million passengers a year.
There are delays of up to 20 minutes on CrossCountry and Stansted Express services in Hertfordshire, Essex and Cambridgeshire due to a fire alert at Stansted Airport.