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Cornwall Airport needs more subsidy

Cornwall Council may have to increase its subsidy to Newquay Airport next year because of falling passenger numbers. The council-owned airport handled almost 300,000 passengers in 2010/11 but the final figures for 2011/12 are expected to be just 195,000 and a further drop to 178,000 is forecast in 2012/13. A major contributor to the decline was Air SouthWest’s cessation of all operations last September. The airline operated 61% of flights to/from Cornwall Airport and carried 45% of...

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