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Edinburgh Airport ACP consultation update

Flight path consultation extended to 19 September

Confiscated sealed liquids to be donated to charity

Edinburgh Airport has today announced that untampered liquids and sealed unbroken toys confiscated in the security hall are to be donated to charity.

As of tomorrow (Monday 5 September) Edinburgh Airport, in collaboration with Specialist Waste Recycling Ltd (SWR), will donate sealed liquids including bottles of spirits, wine perfume and aftershave as well as children’s’ toys to Guide Dogs…

Edinburgh Airport welcomes busiest ever month at a Scottish airport

This success has been amplified by analysis showing the first six months at Edinburgh Airport have seen a growth rate of over 10%, more than double that of European airports average.

June 2016 passenger numbers breaks Scottish record

Busiest ever June at a Scottish airport

NYCoS flash-mob choir at Edinburgh Airport delights passengers

Joint birthday celebration as NYCoS gears up for US tour

Street Soccer Scotland v Edinburgh Airport

Edinburgh Airport has today released Street Soccer Scotland v Edinburgh Airport - a short online film - to back Team Scotland at the forthcoming Homeless World Cup.

Street Soccer…

Edinburgh Airport comments on Let’s Go Further consultation

Edinburgh Airport has today thanked the thousands of people who have so far responded to the Let’s Go Further airspace change programme consultation – and called on everyone to have their say.

Record May passenger numbers highlight need for Let’s Go Further consultation

Edinburgh Airport has today announced the latest passenger numbers showing 1,111,377 passengers used in the airport in May.

This is 8.5 per cent increase on May 2015, making this the busiest ever May at the airport.

In 2013 and 2014 July and August were million passenger months at Edinburgh Airport.

Last year May, June, July, August, September and October were million passenger…

Red Arrows mark Edinburgh Airport’s 100TH anniversary

Edinburgh Airport’s centenary celebrations continued with a Red Arrows flypast at the weekend – and the occasion was captured by two lucky plane-spotting competition winners.

Ten Hawk aircraft from the Royal Air Force Aerobatic Team completed the pass over the airport.

The jets flew in a wide formation known as the Wall, at a height of 500ft and at about 400mph.


Let’s Go Further: Edinburgh Airport launches major new consultation


Edinburgh Airport has today launched a consultation seeking views on the potential impact of altering flight paths above Edinburgh and the surrounding areas to allow for maximum operational benefits and to minimise community impact.

The airport is the busiest in Scotland and has…