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AIRPORT VITAL TO AREA’S THRIVING RENEWABLES INDUSTRY


Humberside Airport has recently announced the launch of the first scheduled flights to Aalborg and Billund in Denmark, helping to strengthen renewable energy links between the regions.


British Airways’ franchise partner, SUN-AIR, operates the route and it is hoped it will help spark an economic boost to the Humber and its burgeoning renewables industry.


TWICE-WEEKLY SERVICE


The twice-weekly service, which commenced in April, provides direct flights to and from airports close to Siemens Wind Power bases in Vejle, Brande and Esbjerg. Commuting times have been cut between Siemens Danish operations and the new blade factory in Hull.


CLOSE CO-OPERATION & OPPORTUNITIES


Humberside Airport worked in close co-operation with Siemens Wind Power, Green Port Hull, Hull and Humber


Chamber of Commerce and SUN-AIR to secure the route, which it hopes will help drive inward investment.


Deborah Zost, Humberside Airport’s Managing Director, said: “This new British Airways service will bring new opportunities to the Humber region as air-links such as this will benefit the local economy.


GREEN PORT HULL


“The vision for Green Port Hull - a collaboration between Hull City Council, East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Associated British Ports - is to create a world-class renewable energy centre, bringing employment and prosperity to the region and the development of this route is a very positive step in helping to achieve this.


“Not only is this advantageous from a commercial perspective, but it also provides further destinations for people across the region to explore. It also establishes links with Scandinavia for European tourists to visit Hull as part of the UK City of Culture celebrations in 2017.”


DEVELOPMENTS


Humberside already offers flights across Europe to destinations such as Amsterdam, Aberdeen and Majorca. It has recently been involved in a number of developments including the new BAE Systems National Training Academy, Hampton by Hilton hotel and a new year-round service to Tenerife.


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