Delayed at Heathrow or Gatwick? This airline will offer you a free flight

Stobart Air is set to fly up to 1,000 passengers free of charge to three UK cities as part of an offer by Southend airport, if passengers can show they were delayed at Heathrow or Gatwick.

The airline’s parent company Stobart Aviation, which owns the Essex airport, recently took on two aircraft from rival Flybe under a 20-month lease and is now putting these to use as part of this deal.

Free return tickets are being offered to Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin to passengers who suffered delays of 30 minutes or more to one of those destinations from rival airports Heathrow and Gatwick.

From August 14, Southend airport will give the free tickets to the first 1,000 passengers who contact them with proof of their delay with travellers able to take the flights from October 29.


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