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potential for further air cargo development at East Midlands Airport

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Published by [Loughborough Consultants] .
Written in English


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StatementLoughborough Consultants [for Leicestershire Department of Planning and Transportation].
ContributionsLeicestershire (England). County Council., Loughborough Consultants Limited.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18945990M

Work to build more aircraft parking space to accommodate the cargo growth at East Midlands Airport (EMA) is underway. As the UK’s premiere airport for dedicated cargo aircraft, EMA is improving its infrastructure so that aircraft can load and unload more efficiently at busy times. Aircraft that serve, among others, the Fed Ex/TNT, UPS, Royal [ ]. East Midlands (EMA/EGNX) handles over , tonnes of cargo each year. EMA is the UK hub for DHL, TNT and UPS, and is the UK's main air hub for Royal Mail. With ample room to grow, the airports thriving cargo facilities are expanding to meet the demands of importers and exporters from across the UK.

East Midlands Airport - Past, Present and Future by John Froggatt, Cargo & Commercial Bid Director, East Midlands Airport 1. Introduction John has been employed at East Midlands Airport for the last 29 years. Prior to that date he was an estate Size: KB. Manchester Cargo Currently handling over , tonnes of air cargo annually, Manchester Airport offers direct access to the UK’s motorway network and boasts ample room for future cargo growth. Manchester is host to the largest concentration of freight forwarders outside of London, and offers a global route network through the freighter and.

  Karen, a former RAF squadron leader, became managing director of the airport in April , and joined at a time of huge economic opportunity for the East Midlands. Development of the land around Author: Richard Tresidder. More than 8, new jobs in the logistics sector will be created just to the north of the airport thanks to SEGRO’s East Midlands Gateway development. At the airport itself, work is progressing well on UPS’s new £m building which will make it one of its largest air hubs in Europe and create 1, jobs. Karen Smart, East Midlands Airport.


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Potential for further air cargo development at East Midlands Airport Download PDF EPUB FB2

Andrew Pelham, Head of Aviation Development @ Conan Busby, Head of Cargo @ East Midlands Airport is part of MAG, for further information please see our group MAG Website.

Top unserved destinations – hub connections. East Midlands Airport is the UK’s busiest pure cargo airport and second only to Heathrow, handling overtonnes of flown cargo every year.

We are the UK hub for DHL and UPS, and support operations for TNT and Royal Mail. With ample room to grow, our thriving cargo facility is expanding to meet the demands of importers and exporters from across the UK.

The airport site, which currently employs people, is identified as an economic hub in its own right and the potential for growth here is significant. This is being further boosted by the East Midlands Gateway rail freight development at Roxhill, which will create hundreds of new jobs. East Midlands Airport (EMA) is expanding the apron space for freighter aircraft as the UK cargo hub prepares for increased volumes driven by the e-commerce boom.

The airport, whose freighter airline customers include Fed Ex/TNT, UPS and Royal Mail, is improving its infrastructure so that aircraft can load and unload more efficiently at busy times. East Midlands Airport. Also at the east side of the airport, UPS’s new facility is rapidly taking shape.

The £m development will double the size of their operation at EMA. The 10 per cent year-on-year growth in cargo volume at EMA is being driven largely by people’s changing shopping : Adam Care. East Midlands Airport (EMA), home to the UK’s largest dedicated air cargo operation, has appointed a new Vice President of Cargo.

Caribbean aid supplies leave EMA - 28 Steven Harvey, who will head-up the airport’s cargo operation, brings with him a wealth of experience having worked previously for specialist cargo airlines. East Midlands Airport is the UK’s busiest for dedicated air cargo traffic.

It is second only to Heathrow in terms of the total tonnage of cargo that passes through it annually. Through EMA, and its connections to air cargo hubs in Europe and the USA, UK businesses export to different countries around the world.

Policy Ec5: East Midlands Airport: Safeguarding (1) Development which would adversely affect the operation, safety or planned growth available for significant cargo development within Cargo East.

Aircraft Maintenance Zone There is land available for the further development of the Business Park. 6 National Planning Policy Framework. The airport’s cargo operation is also a catalyst for much of the investment in the region, the product of which is the logistics development at the East Midlands Gateway, but elsewhere including the recent announcement of Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) to set up a global logistics hub at Appleby Magna at junction 11 of the A Karen Smart, East Midlands Airport’s Managing Director, says: “We welcome the government’s commitment to unlock the potential of regional airports to make best use of existing capacity.

It is vital for the UK economy that the there is support for airports like East Midlands. East Midlands Airport (EMA) wants the UK government to “unlock its potential” as a major airfreight hub, with management tabling five key policy requests to promote the cargo gateway’s fuure development.

The airport, part of Manchester Airports Group (MAG), wants the government to set out clear policies to solidify its position as a “globally significant cargo hub. East Midlands Airport, as part of MAG's (Manchester Airports Group's) response to the government’s Aviation Green Paper consultation, is calling on the government to help unlock its potential by clearly setting out policies to solidify the airport’s position as a globally significant cargo.

The £m development will double the size of its operation at EMA making it the company's largest air logistics facility outside the US. The airport has said the 10 per cent year-on-year growth in cargo volume is being driven largely by people's changing shopping : Jon Robinson.

"As the UK’s second largest cargo airport after Heathrow and the UK’s No.1 for dedicated air cargo traffic, we are an important national asset. "Each year around £50bn of UK imports and exports are handled at EMA much of which is serviced by express operators who offer a 'next-day' service to destinations across the : Jon Robinson.

East Midlands Airport (EMA) is open for business and its busy cargo and general aviation flight schedule continues. Due to current restrictions on international and domestic travel following the Covid outbreak, which has led to an unprecedented lack of demand for air travel, passenger airlines at EMA have temporarily suspended flights to.

Welcome to East Midlands Airport Welcome to East Midlands Airport Winner of many prestigious awards including the World’s Leading Eco Friendly Airport and voted Best Regional Airport at the British Travel Award inour airport is a vibrant economic hub, supporting over 6, jobs and generating around £ million for the region.

East Midlands Airport Chinese officials are looking into the option of using the UK’s East Midlands Airport (EMA), the UK’s second-busiest cargo hub (Heathrow tops the list), as a cargo destination for direct flights from China. East Midlands Airport (EMA) is improving its infrastructure so that aircraft can load and unload cargo more efficiently at busy times.

The east apron, a large concrete area at the M1 end of the airfield is being widened to allow up to four more aircraft to. East Midlands Airport Cargo Flights Schedule; Versionlast update 1-March All times are Local.

Construction has started on a project to create more aircraft parking space at East Midlands Airport to accommodate its cargo growth. Companies such as FedEx, UPS and Royal Mail use the airport's Author: Matthew Bunn.

AIRPORT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT PLAN SUMMARY The Sustainable Development Plan sets out the strategic context for the long-term development of East Midlands Airport. The principal statement of national airport policy is the Aviation Policy Framework that was published by the Government in Work to build more aircraft parking space to accommodate the cargo growth at East Midlands Airport (EMA) is underway.

EMA is improving its infrastructure so that aircraft can load and unload more efficiently at busy times. Aircraft that serve, among others, the Fed Ex/TNT, UPS, Royal Mail and use the east apron, a large concrete area at the M1 end.Also at the east side, UPS’s new facility is taking shape, with the £ million development doubling the size of its operation at East Midlands.

Over the next six months, airport bosses will unveil a new business plan to realise the significant potential arising from the growth in e-commerce, which will outline further investment priorities.