About Norwich Airport
Opened in 1933 in Mousehold and moved in 1967 to Horsham St Faith, Norwich Airport has handled holiday charter flights since 1971. Occupying 280 hectares, Norwich Airport is situated just 2.5 miles north of Norwich city and has one terminal and one runway, with the smaller runway closed in 2006 and now used as a taxiway.
Since 2010 annual passenger numbers at Norwich Airport have been around approximately 400,000. The airport acts as a convenient transport hub for residents of Norfolk, Suffolk and North Cambridgeshire.
A range of airlines operate from Norwich Airport, including Eastern Airways, bmi Regional, Flybe and KLM, with destinations such as Manchester, Amsterdam, Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Jersey. Norwich Airport is also used for a range of charter flights.