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Skybus flights to and from Newquay and Lands End airports are cancelled this morning due to very strong winds.
Passengers will be contacted and transferred to this afternoon's flights.
Contact the Travel Centre on 01736 334220 or Skybus Operations on 01736 785233 for more information.
The airline Flybe has announced it will provide bigger and faster planes from Newquay - shortening the journey between Cornwall and London.Read the full story ›
Flybe is expected to make an announcement at Newquay Airport today about more flights from the region.
It's after a controversial £5 passenger tax was scrappedat the airport last week. Cornwall Council says the new agreement will benefit the county's travellers.
Budget airline Ryanair is expected to confirm it's to resume operating from Newquay Airport.
Ryanair pulled out of Cornwall more than four years ago in a row over a £5-per head levy on passengers. Cornwall Council has decided to scrap the charge which was aimed at raising money for airport development.
A controversial tax on passengers flying from Newquay Airport is to be scrapped. Cornwall council has taken the decision to remove the £5 fee from the end of March next year. The hope is that it will help encourage new airlines to fly from the airport.
The council says since “public service obligation” was introduced there's been an increase in the numbers of people using the airport.
Adam Paynter, the council’s cabinet member for resources, said that this had resulted in higher revenues which had, in turn, led to a reduction in the current level of subsidy provided to the airport.
Ryanair are holding a press conference tomorrow regarding the changes.
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The supersonic car known as the Bloodhound will be unveiled today.
The car engine was tested at Newquay Cornwall Airport, where it will return in November for its first test run.
The much-anticipated racer is aiming to break world records by reaching speeds of more than 1,000 miles per hour.
A meeting will take place today to examine Cornwall Council's decision to scrap the £5 'airport development fee' charged to departing passengers.
The decision was made last week with the hope that it will help Newquay win back budget airline RyanAir.
The council has been criticised for making the decision in private.