Stansted Airport Information (STN)
Positioned within a short drive by car of the Midlands, about 30 miles northeast from London's downtown area, Stansted International Airport is a busy aviation hub serving an annual throughput of 14 million air travellers. The airport's single terminal building is responsible for servicing all arriving and departing flights. Passengers will find Departures as well as Arrivals situated on the same level.
- Stansted, London, Essex
- BAA, Stansted Airport Limited
- Time Zone
- IATA Code
- ICAO Code
- 051°53'06"N 000°14'06"W
London Stansted is facilitated with a range of outstanding features and services for its passengers, covering all essential travel needs and everything you would expect of a significant international air hub. Cash machines, post offices and currency exchange services are readily available. The Departures concourse houses an executive lounge, which can be used by all fee-paying flight passengers.
Other conveniences include kids' facilities, baby-changing rooms, lost property and left luggage offices. A decent selection of outlets positioned throughout the terminal building as well as a good variety of bars, restaurants and cafs provide an enjoyable way of killing time prior to boarding. Internet access is provided by the dedicated kiosks positioned at either side of security.
Stansted Airport is serviced by a public bus network, providing links with central London and various other localities. Frequent and efficient railway services are operated by the Stansted Express, following a route to London Liverpool Street throughout the day. Taxis serving the airport are readily available outside the Arrivals concourse.
Providing a comfortable gateway to Europe's biggest metropolis and Britain's capital city, Stansted Airport is a less hectic facility than the other main air hubs serving London, yet is just as well linked to the centre of the city.