5 Fastest Passenger Planes That You Should Know

FLYING AN ARCHY | March 28, 2018

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We all want to get from A to B in the shortest space of time with minimal hassle, hence the advent of air travel which has become an ordinary mode of transportation over the past century.  With many advances in fuel and aviation practices, speeds of up to1500mph have been seen, although this isn’t the norm.

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MAG (Airports Group)

M.A.G, with four airports – Manchester, East Midlands, Bournemouth and the newly acquired Stansted, serves over 48.5 million passengers, flying to over 250 destinations and handles over half a million tonnes of air freight each year. The Group’s airports and property business contribute over £3bn to the UK economy and support thousands of jobs. M.A.G turnover is c.£580m, with EBITDA of c.£225m. The market capital of M.A.G based on M.A.G (without Stansted) and Stansted valuations would place M.A.G at c.No.84 in the FTSE 100.

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MAG (Airports Group)

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