Stansted Airport is located 30 miles north-east of central London and is the third largest airport in the capital after Heathrow and Gatwick. It is also the third busiest airport in the UK and operates flights to a wide selection of both international and UK destinations. Stansted is a popular airport for low-cost airlines, with over 100 worldwide destinations on offer from major low-cost carrier Ryanair as well as around 30 destinations served by EasyJet. Approximately 21 other carriers are in operation at Stansted Airport including Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways.
Stansted Airport consists of one main terminal building connected to three passenger satellites in which the departure gates are located. This makes Stansted an easy airport to navigate for both short haul and long haul flights.
Both EasyJet and Ryanair offer an extensive array of short haul destinations from Stansted Airport, including UK destinations as well as those on the European mainland. UK destinations include Edinburgh, Glasgow and Newcastle upon Tyne, while the variety of European mainland destinations extends from Amsterdam to Krakow and Stockholm to Turin. A number of other airlines offer short haul flights to destinations such as Reykjavik, Vilnius and Stuttgart. Aurigny Air Services also offer flights to Guernsey and Jersey from Stansted Airport.
A smaller selection of mid and long haul destinations can also be reached from Stansted Airport. Air Asia X flies to Kuala Lumpur, while several destinations in Cyprus and Turkey are also served including Larnaca, Paphos, Istanbul and Bodrum. Thomas Cook Airlines and Thomson Airways serve destinations such as Sharm el-Sheikh and Tenerife-South as part of their mid haul programmes from Stansted Airport.
Over 22 million passengers per year benefit from the range of destinations on offer at Stansted Airport. With so many great destinations and limited airport parking spaces it is important to book your Stansted parking online with Airparks as early as possible in order to get the best deals.