A guide to the London Airports

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London is a city that’s full of airports, ready to take in travellers from all around the world. In this article, we will be describing each of the airports in the city, and recommending a few nearby accommodations that suit the business traveller. Whether you’re visiting the city for a conference, or a potential business partnership, you can find something that provides everything you are looking for – whether it be business facilities, comfortable furnishings, or convenience of location.

335553The Park Grand London Hounslow is one of the accommodations that provide this kind of feature set. It’s found right by London Heathrow, making your time in the city as time efficient as possible. Considering the city is most visited tourist destination, it’s only apt that there are a number of airports in the city that can accommodate everyone coming in.

The major airports are comprised of: Heathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport, Stanstead Airport, City Airport, Luton Airport, and last but not least – London Southend Airport. Every year, Heathrow carries more than 70 million passengers, and runs at 99% of its capacity. Naturally, it can be a little overcrowded, and delays do occasionally happen.

In fact, with so much demand for flights in London, the owner of Stansted has called the government to increase the flight cap at the Essex airport. More than 5 million passengers used Stansted this year in 2013, and this rate, it’s on course to hit the permitted limit of 35 million a year considering airport traffic is growing annually by 11%. The same can be said about Heathrow Airport, with countless debates about whether an expansion for Heathrow airport should take place.

However, there has been widespread fury about the possible environmental ramifications. House owners who live close by also are against the potential move because of the noise pollution. Either way, because of all these reasons, a possible expansion has been delayed for years. Every year, Heathrow carries more than 70 million passengers, and runs at 99% of its capacity. Naturally, it can be a little overcrowded, and delays do occasionally happen. Naturally, it’s normal an expansion has been requested.

The Hotels in Hounslow East are less expensive than the same ones in central London – and with the area just a fifteen minute drive away from Heathrow – this might be the perfect locale for someone who is looking for an affordable luxury stay in the city of London.

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