London's favourite airport

London Southend Airport is an award-winning airport serving London and the South East. It has ambitions plans to grow and the key ingredients in place to enable that growth.

London Southend Airport offers quick journey times to and through the airport, delivers an easy passenger experience and works to ensure everyone enjoys the airport.

It owns its train station, located 100 paces from the departures terminal. Trains depart from London Liverpool Street six times an hour at peak times and it takes 51 minutes to travel to and from the airport. The airport infrastructure also includes one of the UK’s highest rated Holiday Inn Hotels, the Stobart Jet Centre serving private jets and a global logistics operation.

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People living in the airport catchment area

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Minutes from London, Liverpool Street by train

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Percentage of passengers coming to the airport are from London

Key ingredients in place to enable growth

Infastructure and diversified income streams: 1) Hotel 2) Long stay car park 3) Jet Centre 4) Logistics Operation 5) Terminal 6) Car park 7) Train station

Lower cost

Airlines can generate similar yields to other London airports but at a lower cost of operation.

Valuable market

The airport’s location expands the airlines’ catchment to almost complete coverage of valuable London market.

London slots

The airport provides the best opportunity to secure London slots as the UK recovers from the pandemic.

London Southend Airport offers quick journey times to and through the airport, delivers an easy passenger experience and works to ensure everyone enjoys the airport.

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Trains depart from London Liverpool Street six times an hour at peak times and it takes 51 minutes to travel to and from the airport.

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The airport infrastructure also includes one of the UK’s highest rated Holiday Inn Hotels, the Stobart Jet Centre serving private jets and a global logistics operation.

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