Wolverhampton is a business city, and transport is an important ingredient in any successful business.
Our local Airport is Birmingham International, it is part owned by Wolverhampton City Council, and it is a crucial piece of infrastructure for our own indigenous based industry, commerce and leisure travel.
There have been recent announcements about new air services from Brum, and today there has been an announcement that the Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is increasing its Birmingham-Copenhagen frequency from 12 services per week to 16, as of June next year. The additional four weekly services to the Danish capital will give business travellers more flexibility when travelling to Scandinavia, particularly if they wish to return on the same day.
This decision again strengthens air links and helps to create growth opportunities for Wolverhampton.