Welcome to East-Midlands-Airport.co.uk, the definitive guide to one of Britain’s busiest regional airports, the airport at the heart of England, East Midlands Airport: Nottingham, Leicester and Derby.
Serving principally Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire and the surrounding counties of Warwickshire, Staffordshire and South Yorkshire but also travellers from the rest of Britain, East Midlands Airport sees over 4.5 million passengers every year, travelling to more than 90 destinations.
It has won several awards, including Airport of the Year and World’s Leading Eco Friendly Airport. It was also nominated for a British Travel Award in 2010. It’s the UK’s principal pure freight airport, home to leading freight operators DHL, TNT and UPS, as well as Royal Mail.
Our Getting there section explains just how to get there and away, be it by car, bus, coach, train or taxi.
If you want to know when a flight is due to leave or arrive at the airport, simply check our Flights page: our arrivals and departures feeds are constantly updated, so you won’t have to worry a jot about missing a flight or being late to pick someone up. We have also listed all the airlines and operators who work out of East Midlands, with links to their own websites and online check-in pages.
There are lots of hotels near East Midlands Airport, but thanks to our reviews of the closest 10, you’ll know which one is best of you. For descriptions of facilities, photos and contact details, check our Hotels page.
If you have to suffer a long wait at the airport, don’t worry: there’s enough stuff at East Midlands Airport to keep you interested. Have a look at our Things to do page for tips and ideas.