13 pictures to remind you of Sheffield City Airport - and the decade when the city reached for the skies
Did you ever fly from Sheffield City Airport and do you wonder why we don’t have an airport today?
Sheffield City Airport was in the Tinsley Park area of the city, just off the Parkway, and opened in 1997 but lasted only 11 years. It got off to a good start with airlines KLM UK, Sabena, British Airways and Aer Arann offering regular passenger services between Belfast, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Jersey and London.
A hard-fought campaign to save it failed and the airport officially closed on April 30, 2008 and the site – famously sold for £1 – is now part of the Advanced Manufacturing Park.
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