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Newquay Airport is warning passengers to allow extra time if they are heading to the airport. It's due to the Bloodhound SSC test runs taking place on the runway on the 26, 28 and 30 October which will mean extra traffic in the area.
Staff say that they are operating as normal and add that there will be security restrictions on parking, as well as at the drop off and pick up points.
They also want to make people aware that the supersonic car tests cannot be viewed from the airport car parks.
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Passengers will soon be able to fly from Cornwall Airport Newquay to Stuttgart.
Operator Eurowings says the new route will operate from 31st March 2018 and will fly from Newquay to Stuttgart every Saturday.
The airline says it has also extended the season of its Newquay to Dusseldorf connection until October 2018.
Cornwall Airport Newquay says it is delighted to be able to offer a new route for passengers.
The addition of Stuttgart as well as the expanded season on their popular Dusseldorf route illustrates the strong demand for easy access to Cornwall from the German market.
A "near normal" British Airways flights schedule is expected to operate at Newquay Airport today.
It's after a global IT system failure yesterday caused chaos for many Bank Holiday travellers - all flights from Heathrow and Gatwick were grounded, and locally check-in was taking far longer than usual.
People are being advised not to go to any airports unless they have a confirmed booking for travel today.
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