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Following Saturday's terrorist incident at Glasgow Airport, additional security measures are in place at all BAA airports. Dropping off and picking up in front of the airport is severely restricted and passengers are warned that there may be significant delays in reaching the terminal building by car. BAA strongly recommends that you use the long stay car parks or travel to the airport by public transport.

In addition, hand baggage restrictions implemented last year remain in place. Just to remind you, passengers are only allowed to carry ONE item of hand baggage. If you need to travel with liquids, they must be in individual containers not greater than 100ml capacity. They must be placed in one transparent re-sealable bag, no larger than 20cm x 20cm (8" x 8"), and fit comfortably inside the bag so it can be fastened closed.

We hope this information has been of use to you but please keep checking the website for the very latest updates (links below). We regret any inconvenience that these events have caused.

BAA Airports

BAA Stansted today unveils its new ‘WebTrak’ system that puts online the flight tracks of aircraft arriving and departing from the airport, and displays their height and location.

‘WebTrak’ forms an integral element of a new noise website,, launched today as part of a £1.8 million investment by BAA to upgrade its noise and track keeping systems. The website – which has also been set up at BAA’s other two London airports, Heathrow and Gatwick – is designed to help people who want to know more about aircraft noise and track keeping issues in their local communities.

The site includes several new features including the ability to make a noise enquiry or complaint online for the first time, and users will be provided with information about aircraft noise in their local communities.

Vicki Hughes, Stansted’s noise communications manager, said: “The launch of this new noise website is another positive development in the open way in which we work with local communities to share as much information as possible about Stansted’s operations.

“This significant investment demonstrates how fully committed we are to providing the best possible service to members of the public about noise and aircraft track keeping.

“In coming weeks we will further enhance the ‘WebTrak’ service and extend the area covered by the system to include more towns and villages to the east of Stansted. These improvements will ensure even more communities have access to the best possible information and the full range of services we’ve launched today.”


MAXjet Launches London - Los Angeles Flights; Adds Frequencies

To Las Vegas and Washington

London (May 3, 2007) – MAXjet Airways today announces a new service between London and Los Angeles. MAXjet will also be adding flight frequencies to Las Vegas and Washington as part of the growth of its All Business Class route network to and from London Stansted airport.

MAXjet will add a nonstop service four times weekly between London Stansted and Los Angeles (LAX) starting August 30 2007 with business class fares starting from just £349($699) each way plus tax. Los Angeles will be MAXjet’s first West Coast destination.

MAXjet will now offer its unique combination of space, comfort, service, and value between London Stansted and four major cities across the United States. All transatlantic services are operated with MAXjet’s Boeing 767 aircraft configured with deep-recline leather seats and 60-inch seat pitch.

“Our high load factors are pushing us not only to expand the airline, but also to expand frequencies from existing destinations as well,” said MAXjet CEO Bill Stockbridge. “Our business model is continuing to win over new customers every day.”


“MAXjet invented the Affordable Business Class concept, and our combination of fast check-in and security clearance, expansive departure lounges, spacious cabins and affordable fares creates an unbeatable value proposition for both business and leisure passengers,” continued Stockbridge.


“Unlike other all-business-class airlines, we connect London with key cities across the United States, and Los Angeles is a natural match for our high-comfort, high-value service.”
The service will initially operate on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays and Sundays. Flights are available for booking today on

In addition, MAXjet is currently evaluating new transatlantic routes that could be added to the airline’s route network this autumn or winter.


For additional information about MAXjet including its routes, fares and flight schedules, or to book travel, visit the MAXjet Web site at or call 0800-023-4300.


A new low-cost, long-haul connection starts from Stansted this week as Flyglobespan launch daily flights linking Stansted and Canada’s biggest city – Toronto.  SunExpress is also expanding their UK network with a new direct service to Izmir (Turkey), with onward connections to the newly emerging tourist market of Ercan in Northern Cyprus.

“Expansion of long-haul is firmly on our agenda so we’re delighted to see Flyglobespan start long-haul daily flights linking Stansted to Toronto’s Hamilton airport in Canada,” said Nick Barton, BAA Stansted business development and planning director.

“With one-way economy fares starting at just £99 and business class from £204 this is set to be a really popular affordable service for business and leisure passengers alike.

“We’ve already seen great success with the development of Stansted’s American connections to New York, Las Vegas and Washington; and future links to Asia, Dubai and India are firmly in our sights.  We’re in on-going discussions with a number of airlines keen to tap into the long-haul opportunities here at Stansted, the growth of which I’m sure will build on the great success we’ve achieved in developing our European network.    

“Northern Cyprus is one of Europe’s newly emerging tourist markets – and with current restrictions meaning all flights must connect via mainland Turkey - its great news that Ercan now has a low-cost link from the UK with SunExpress services from Stansted.

“SunExpress has enjoyed great success on its route to Antalya from Stansted since it began earlier this year, and advance bookings show that the Izmir / Ercan links are set to be just as popular.”




Czech Airlines (CSA) was this week awarded ‘Best Central and Eastern European Airline’ for the fourth year running, at the OAG Airline of the Year Awards 2007 in London - the acclaimed Oscars of the global airline industry.  

“Czech Airlines are the third airline this year operating from Stansted to be recognised by industry professionals and business communities for standards of service,” said Nick Barton business development and planning director at Stansted Airport.

“Air Berlin were voted Best Short Haul, and Eos Airlines Best Long Haul Airlines’ at the Business Travel Awards back in January and with Maxjet’s UK MD being nominated Business Woman of The Year at the SHINE awards last month, we’re proud to have such industry leaders operating from our airport.

“The OAG awards are one of the most prestigious events on the global airline calendar and we’re thrilled Czech Airlines have maintained their position as Best Central and Eastern European Airline. “

Commenting after the awards ceremony, which was held at the Landmark Hotel in London and attended by HRH The Princess Royal, Vendula Raymová regional manager UK for Czech Airlines said:

“ We greatly value this prestigious award and service recognition, especially as its decided upon by professionals in our industry.  The fact that CSA has won this award for a fourth year in a row is great testament to our airline's strong position both in the UK and across Central and Eastern European markets".


Photograph rom left to right:

Duncan Alexander, Managing Director OAG Europe, Middle East and Africa
Vendula Raymová regional manager UK Czech Airlines


Other new routes set to join Stansted’s growing network include:        



Faroe Islands

25th May 07

Katowice, Poland

29th May 07

Brussels, Belgium

1st June 07

Maribor, Slovenie

5th June 07

Sumburgh, Shetland Isles

15th June 07

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