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Scotland's airports urge First Minister to commit to halving APD in year one – would create 4,000 jobs

Scotland’s main airports have today sent a joint letter to the First Minister and leader of the Scottish National Party Nicola Sturgeon, urging her to give a Holyrood election manifesto commitment to cut Air Passenger Duty (APD) by 50 per cent in April 2018.

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Missing: Edinburgh Airport's female haggis runs wild

A pair of larger than life haggis were unveiled today at Edinburgh Airport but the female of the species – identifiable by her long eye lashes and curly tail – ran off in the direction of Edinburgh Trams.

2015 passenger numbers confirmed: 11:13 million passengers

Edinburgh Airport celebrates busiest ever year at a Scottish airport

New Year brings 200 + new retail jobs to Edinburgh Airport

Jobs boom continues as EDI growth and connectivity delivers for Scotland

Guide Dogs Scotland announced as Edinburgh Airport Partner Charity for 2016

Erskine gain £25,000 from 2015 partnership and thank Edinburgh Airport

​75,000 New Year revellers fly to Edinburgh for party season

Hogmanay influx to bring busiest ever festive period for Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport brings people together for christmas

​SANTA CAN “WORK AROUND” EXISTING FLIGHT PATH THIS YEAR - BUT CALLS FOR EXPANSION IN 2016

Edinburgh Airport and VisitScotland welcome Transavia direct flights to Paris Orly

Edinburgh Airport and VisitScotland have today welcomed confirmation from Transavia of a new direct flight between Edinburgh and Paris.

Edinburgh Airport’s Chief Executive Gordon Dewar said the four-times-weekly flight by Transavia - the low-cost airline of the Air France-KLM Group - which will commence on April 22 of next year highlights the airport’s commitment to delivering enhanced…


Edinburgh Airport calls for Scotland to rethink relationship with London Airports

In the light of the UK Government’s decision to delay a decision on new London airports capacity, the chief executive of Edinburgh Airport has called for Scotland to rethink its relationship with London’s airports.

Gordon Dewar, Edinburgh Airport’s Chief Executive, said:

“Regardless of the merits of its case, we have long…


PAX: Edinburgh Airport welcomes ‘busiest ever November'

Passenger numbers see double digit increase from November 2014

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