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2019 was a record year for Farnborough
Farnborough airport has reported record air traffic movements for a third consecutive year, surpassing the previous record from 2018 for the highest ever number of total annual movements.

Farnborough Airport has seen a year-on-year increase in air traffic movements of 5.3 per cent for the year 2019. For December 2019, the airport recorded an 11.6 per cent increase in movements for the month, with initial forecasts indicating this positive trend is set to continue in 2020.

Specifically, air traffic movements to and from the US experienced significant growth during the year, with an increase of 15 per cent year-on-year. In the same period, traffic to and from Europe saw a six per cent increase.

The airport has also introduced its new brand identity following the recent acquisition. The new brand both embodies the airport's philosophy to consistently offer a five-star service and reflects the award-winning architecture of the airport's facilities with its iconic shapes and curves.

“Our performance in 2019 underpins the important role Farnborough airport plays as Europe's leading business airport. It is clear that customers continue to see us as the business airport of choice in this region,” says CEO Brandon O'Reilly. “This success is a testament to the dedication of all our employees and the service they provide to our customers day in, day out.”

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