UK air navigation services provider NATS handled 214,923 flights in July, an increase of 2.4% compared to the same period last year. Scheduled traffic increased at eight out of the 15 airports where NATS provides air traffic control services. TAG Farnborough led this growth with a rise of 31.3%, which was mainly attributable to the air show during the month. Traffic at London Stansted Airport grew 9.3%. The Transatlantic arrivals/departures sector recorded the highest growth (6%), while ...

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