Airlines at Southend
Southend Airport can handle a wide variety of passenger and cargo aircraft on its single runway and when the new terminal is complete 650,000 passengers a year (up to 400 passengers per hour) will be able to travel through London Southend Airport.
Southend Airport is a major part of the Thames Gateway regeneration zone and a £25 million development is underway with completion scheduled for 2007-08.
After lengthy negotiations with the local authorities, community and Civil Aviation Authority new runway end safety areas have been provided to allow Southend Airport to maximise the use of its single runway and achieve its full potential.
Presently the only carrier to offer flights online is flybe.
Flybe, Europe’s third largest low-cost airline, began operating
services to Jersey from Southend in May 2005.
It is the first of many low-cost operators looking to offer new services from Southend.
Non-stop service to Jersey
Flight Schedule information was last updated on February 25, 2006