Gibraltar airport is looking forward to a record summer this year
It looks as if the summer of 2016 will be a record year for the airport, with more passengers, more flights on existing routes and the introduction of new routes.
The figures include a 40.8 per cent growth in seats compared with the summer of 2015, and 35.1 per cent more flights weekly.
There will be more early morning British Airways departures from London Heathrow, and Easyjet is to begin a twice-weekly service to Manchester and extra flights to Gatwick.
Monarch Airlines is launching a service to Gatwick four times a week and an extra flight to Birmingham (the normal Tuesday flight to Birmingham is to be discontinued) and there will be Air Maroc services to Morocco on Thursday evenings.source surinenglish