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Archive for October, 2013

Gatwick announces New Flights from North East

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

EasyJet has today announced that it will introduce new flights from Newcastle International Airport to London Gatwick Airport from March 30, 2014.

The new EasyJet route went on sale this morning and will provide the North-East’s only air link to London Gatwick Airport from next year. Earlier this year Flybe announced they will stop operating the connection.

The new EasyJet flights to London Gatwick will operate twice per day, six days per week with fares starting from £27.49 per person.

The new route will take the total number of routes operated from Newcastle International Airport by easyJet to 15.

Ali Gayward, UK commercial manager at EasyJet, said: “We are pleased to add London Gatwick to the list of destinations served from Newcastle International Airport and continue to demonstrate our commitment to the North East of England.

For the fill article and more info please see The Northern Echo

Mackley Industrial Estate Video

Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013

We are currently undertaking a project to capture the industrial estate in all its glory in the form of a promotional video.

Realism Productions are helping us to produce this work and so far it has involved praying for sunshine and asking our tenants for testimonials. In short, very little effort on our part for a great deal of reward! It has been lovely receiving kind words from our long term tenants about why they like it here on the estate and what keeps them here in preference to other business parks.

It has also been great to see the site through the eyes of a visitor. We have some plans for renovations that have now moved from the wish list to being firm, and its given us an excuse to have a good spruce up and appreciate better what we have to offer.

All will be revealed when the video is used as part of our ongoing promotional work on social media platforms and You Tube, but suffice is to say, it has been a useful exercise for many more reasons than we originally predicted.

If you are considering how to better broadcast your business to the waiting public then for the same price as a few weeks on certain listing sites you can have a very professional piece of marketing material that can be used repeatedly in very many different ways to improve your visibility and give potential customers a genuine feel for what you have to offer them.

If you would like to learn more about Realism Productions and their extremely reasonable video packages then check out their website here….

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New Runway at Gatwick seeks support from Scotland

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013

Gatwick airport boss Stewart Wingate yesterday told Scottish business leaders that building a second runway at the Sussex site would be a better solution than a third airstrip at Heathrow.

Wingate said the Gatwick option would be cheaper, quicker, more environmentally friendly and disturb fewer people through noise pollution.

He said that it would also be good for competition, which would benefit the airlines and passengers.

Addressing a breakfast meeting of the Scottish Council for Development & Industry, Wingate said that, under BAA’s ownership, Gatwick had been barely considered for an extra runway to meet growth expectations in air travel. BAA had thrown all its weight behind Heathrow.

The sale of Gatwick in 2009 freed up the management team to change its strategy and, in the past year, the decision had been taken to challenge Heathrow for the right to build another runway.

It could be built at Gatwick for between £5 billion and £9bn whereas Heathrow is costing a third runway at £18bn because of the complications of land and property purchase and the need to tunnel under a motorway.

It would also require a UK government subsidy, whereas Gatwick could privately finance a runway.

On most measures, Wingate said, Gatwick scored better than Heathrow, and UK government ministers were now taking its arguments seriously.

For more information, you can see the complete article by Terry Munden in the Scotsman