Southampton Airport Main Facts

Southampton Airport welcomed 1.95 million passengers in 2008, and serves over 40 destinations around Europe, the UK and the Channel Islands. Since 1990, it has been owned by BAA, which also owns Heathrow, Stansted, Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen.

Opened: 1910. Current terminal opened in 1994

Terminals: One

Runways: One. 1,723m long by 37m wide

Airlines and Tour Operators: 14

Destinations: 49

Passengers per year: 1.95 million

Commercial flight movements per year: 45,000 in 2008

Passenger profile: ABC1: 85%, C2DE: 15%

Total retail space: More than 700m²

Employs: More than 1,200 in 30 different companies.

Air cargo per year: 264 tonnes

Status: Key regional market player

Awards: European Award Winner of the ACI Airport People Award 2008 and 2009, for excellent customer service achievements. Winner of the City Champion Award for Innovation 2008 from Business Southampton.

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