A Guide to UK Airports
Country: United Kingdom
Capital City: London
Capital City Airport: London Heathrow (LHR) or London Gatwick (LGW)
UK airports are some of the most important in the world. Home to some of the busiest and most used airports like Heathrow and Gatwick where you can fly virtually anyhere from the UK
The UK section of the Airport Information Guide brings you lots of useful information from discount flight to arrivals and departures information.
There really is no better guide to UK airports.
Outside of London some of the other main airports across the UK include Manchester, Birmingham (East Midlands) and then across the border to Scotland for Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Aberdeen Airport, Belfast George Best Airport, Belfast International Airport, Birmingham Airport (BHX), Blackpool Airport (BLK), Bournemouth Airport (BOH), Bristol Airport (BRS), Cardiff Airport, Coventry Airport (CWL), Doncaster Airport, Durham Tees Valley Airport (MME), East Midlands Airport (EMA), Edinburgh Airport (EDI), Exeter Airport (EXT), Glasgow Int Airport (GLA), Glasgow Prestwick Airport (PIK), Humberside Airport (HUY), Isle of Man Airport, Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA), Liverpool John Lenon Airport (LPL), London City Airport (LCY), London Gatwick Airport (LGW), London Heathrow Airport (LHR), London Luton Airport (LTN), London Stansted Airport (STN), Manchester Airport, Newcastle Airport (NCL), Newquay Airport (NQY), Norwich Airport (NWI) and Southampton Airport (SOU).
UK airports processed well over 200 million passengers last year with a largest numbers going through Gatwick Airport (35,168,00) and Heathrow Airport processing 67,855,308 passengers.
As expected the busiest months are July and August where Gatwick and Heathrow alone handled over 10 million passengers.