Flights into and out of Exeter and Newquay airports are subject to delay caused by problems at the national air traffic control centre in Hampshire. But the disruption is not as great as that being experienced at major terminals including Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
At Exeter, a flight from Belfast due to land at 0820 is not expected until 1030. The Paris departure scheduled for 0845 is now not expected to leave until 1130. The service to Amsterdam which was due to take off at 1015 is now due to leave at 1105.
At Newquay, there are delays to services to and from Gatwick. But both Newquay and Exeter are advising passengers to check in as normal.
Services to and from Portugal at Exeter Airport are being disrupted due to industrial action by air traffic control staff. Passengers are advise to check with their airline.
Flights between Exeter and Faro may be delayed or cancelled and public transport in Portugal will be affected.
Sir Peter Rigby heads the company that has taken over Exeter International Airport. He says the Rigby Group already has aviation interests and Exeter is a key investment.
The Chairman of the Rigby Group, which has just acquired Exeter International Airport from Balfour Beatty says:
The Chief Executive of Balfour Beatty says:
The company that owns Coventry Airport has taken over Exeter International Airport from Balfour Beatty plc for an undisclosed sum.
The Rigby group, which has also recently acquired British International Helicopters, will bring the airport into its Patriot Aerospace division. It says the move shows its commitment to regional aviation and will secure 305 jobs.
Our Business Correspondent Seth Conway reports on how Bristol and Exeter Airports are working to encourage passengers to use them rather than travelling further afield. Both have expansion plans which will bring more destinations and flights.