Palma.—Holidaymakers have put Norwich International Airport on course for lift-off this year after it achieved a record surge in passenger traffic last year.
Increased popularity of its summer flights – including more travellers using its KLM service to Amsterdam – have helped it achieve an 11 percent year-on-year rise in passenger numbers.
The announcement comes as an added boost of confidence for the region’s transport hub after airlines Thomson Airways and Loganair confirmed they would be basing new aircraft at the site this year – a move which could create up to 20 new jobs.
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