Despite continually changing travel restrictions – and the emergence of the Omicron variant – an encouraging end to 2021 saw passenger numbers at Gatwick exceed 1 million in August, September, October, and December – helping reduce the airport’s annual losses to £370.6 million for the year ended 31 December 2021 – compared to a £465.5 million loss in the previous year. UK lockdowns and widespread international travel restrictions led to a 38.5% reduction in total annual passenger numbers at Gatwick, which hit 6.3 million passengers for the year, compared to 10.2 million previously.  The reduced total passenger numbers generated a negative

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