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Edinburgh Airport traffic increases

Passenger numbers at Edinburgh Airport increased by over 11% in January, with a huge increase in domestic traffic seeing over 580,000 passengers travel through the terminal.

A total of 586,184 passengers travelled through Edinburgh Airport last month, an increase of 11.5% compared to January 2013.

The number of domestic passengers rose by 9.4% on the previous year , with a total of 321,502 passengers at the airport .

International traffic  increased by  14.3% on January 2013, with a total of 264,682 passengers.

Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive, said: “We’ve enjoyed a strong start to 2014 with our domestic carriers seeing a steady increase in passenger numbers in January.

“The introduction of Virgin Atlantic’s Little Red service to Heathrow has seen an extra 25,000 passengers travel through Edinburgh Airport compared to the same time last year. ”

The city of Edinburgh has won 2 more accolades from Wanderlust magazine . The city was voted 4th best destination in the UK , and eighth best city in the world

Top City: Bagan

1. Bagan, Myanmar/Burma 97.50%

2. Luang Prabang, Laos 95.71

3. Hoi An, Vietnam 94.33

4. Venice, Italy 94.19

5. San Francisco, USA 94.12

6. Cusco, Peru 93.85

7. New York, USA 93.51

8. Edinburgh, UK 93.08

9. Cape Town, South Africa 92.97

10. Tallinn, Estonia 92.63

With a whopping 97.50% satisfaction rating, Bagan is your winner this year. You racked up over 768 cities on your travels! From Bognor to Ouagadougou, Abidjan to Zwolle. Hanoi was the most visited city, followed by London, Hoi An and Paris!

Top UK Destinations: Lake District

1. Lake District

2. London

3. Cornwall

4. Edinburgh

5. Peak District

6. Scottish Highlands

7. Northumberland

8. Yorkshire Dales National Park

9. Snowdonia

10. Bath

Even cosmopolitan London was no match for the breathtaking views and rural charm of the Lake District. It’s your top UK destination.

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