East Midlands Airport (ICAO: EGNX, IATA: EMA) is an international airport in England. It has established itself as a hub for low-fare airlines. It boasts three concrete runways, as well as two hangars, and a main passenger terminal. East Midlands Airport's busiest period falls between April and October where around 20,000 people usually fly in and out of the airport.
East Midlands Airport is located 22.5 km southwest of Nottingham and 19 km southeast of Derby, both just over 20 minutes drive away.
Every year there are around 4500 movements at East Midlands Airport, with just over 2000 departures and take-offs - up 1.2% on 2017. The most common private jets include the Cessna Citation CJ2, Premier I, Cessna Citation Bravo, Legacy 600, Gulfstream G450 and Challenger 605. The top private jet destinations for East Midlands Airport include a variety of London Airports, Paris Le Bourget, Nice Cote d'Azur, Geneva, Moscow Vnukovo and Milan Linate. East Midlands Airport is open 24 hours a day and connects over 4.2 million passengers across the world, serving more than 90 destinations.