MANCHESTER AIRPORT SHIPS 100,000 TONNES OF FREIGHT

| May 25, 2016

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Manchester Airport has experienced its best year for freight since 2011/12 with more than 100,000 tonnes shipped, according to newly released figures.The airport has revealed that 103,437 tonnes of cargo were shipped to destinations across the globe in 2015/16, up by 7 per cent on a year earlier.

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