16 October, etc.venues Monument
30 October, JW Marriott Grosvenor House
1st November 2023, etc.venues County Hall
BAA's seven UK airports handled a total of 12.1m passengers in September 2002, an increase of 8.1% over the same month last year when traffic was severely disrupted following 11 September. Among the individual markets, European charter traffic added 3.3% and Irish routes grew 1.5%. Buoyed by low fares, domestic and European scheduled traffic also increased by 13.3% and 7.8% respectively. North Atlantic routes were heavily distorted by last September's tragic events and the closure of US airspace. Traffic gains were recorded at each of BAA's London airports for the month compared with September 2001, although again these were distorted by last year. Stansted added 13.7%, Heathrow 12.0% and Gatwick 0.4%. Amongst BAA's Scottish airports, Edinburgh recorded an 8.7% increase, Glasgow an increase of 5.2% and Aberdeen rose by 4.3%.