Flights at Humberside Airport to the Netherlands
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Humberside Airport is situated approximately 15km west of Grimsby and 20km south of Kingston–upon-Hull. There is access via the A18 just 5km from Junction 5 of the M180. There is also a rail link at Barnetby Station which is about 5km away as well as a regular coach service from Hull and Grimsby.
Humberside Airport was opened in 1941 as RAF Kirmington, housing 166 squadron of Lancaster bombers until the end of the Second War. It was abandoned until 1974 when the local council reopened the site which eventually became Humberside Airport.
Manchester Airports Group (MAG), the largest UK owned airport group, acquired Humberside Airport in 1999. In 2008 they announced they intend to retain Humberside Airport for another three to five years. The airport has a lot of aviation activity with five resident flying clubs and organisations. This is because Humberside Airport has some of the lowest landing and handling fees of its kind. It is also a major operating base for helicopters flying to the North Sea gas platforms.