STAR MAGAZINE: A celebration of planes(Boeing), trains(HS2) and automobiles(McLaren)

Wizz Air enjoyed 23 per cent passenger growth at Doncaster Airport last year
Wizz Air enjoyed 23 per cent passenger growth at Doncaster Airport last year
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The Star’s Business Monthly magazine reveals how the region is set to be transported by growth from planes, trains and automobiles.

The 12-page supplement covers the impact of two huge manufacturing announcements and the looming deadline for the biggest one of all - HS2.

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It also has news on a Sheffield crane firm’s contract win to work at an £80m Hitachi train factory, an interview with a boss of Wizz Air - a huge factor in the growth of Doncaster Sheffield Airport which enjoyed record numbers last year - and comments from the region’s top researcher, Prof Keith Ridgway, on how Sheffield is no longer just a city of steel, but carbon fibre and composites too.

It also takes a look at the commercial property sector and the lack of occupiers for two flagship, publicly-funded projects - so far.

City accountants Hart Shaw and BHP, public relations firm Counter Context and law firm Lupton Fawcett round out the coverage.

Owain Jones, Chief Corporate Officer of Wizz Air

Owain Jones, Chief Corporate Officer of Wizz Air

McLaren roars into Sheffield.

McLaren roars into Sheffield.

Impression of the Boeing factory in Sheffield

Impression of the Boeing factory in Sheffield

Boeing 737-900ER Artwork K64851-02

Boeing 737-900ER Artwork K64851-02

Steel City House opens this summer after a �5m revamp

Steel City House opens this summer after a �5m revamp