Manston Airport owner gets green light to develop a new air freight hub

July 10, 2020 Alex Lennane

The industry has cautiously welcomed news that the UK’s Manston Airport has been given the go-ahead to become an international air freight hub, with cargo services set to begin in the first quarter of 2023.
The road to lift-off has been a long one, characterised by controversy, political skirmishes and mistrust among many of the players.
But finally, RiverOak Strategic Partners (RSP), which has eyed the airport since it closed in 2014 ...

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