Stansted Airport has seen a drop in passenger numbers.
The Essex Airport saw numbers drop by 5.2% in August compared with the same month last year.
The reduction in people using the airport has been blamed on people staying home to watch the Olympics.
Cargo traffic has seen a boost and is up by 13.9%.
London Southend Airport is applying for permission to control airspace around the runway.
It recently obtained a temporary right to control aircraft operating in the area during the Olympics.
Controlled airspace requires all aircraft in the vicinity to communicate with air traffic controllers.
Stansted Airport has welcomed its first ever passenger flight from China.
A China Southern Airlines A330 aircraft brought more than 200 VIPs and performers from Beijing for a London 2012 Olympic cultural event.
The aircraft was greeted by fire trucks which provided a water salute.
Cambridge Airport is launching a new campaign to attract executive jets.
The airport has cut landing fees by as much as 87%. Senior managers hope that the move will increase the number of business jets using the airport.
Stansted Airport has been named the world’s best airport for low-cost airlines at the World Airport Awards in Vienna.
The airport won the title for the second consecutive year in a poll of 12 million passengers