LONDON—Manchester Airports Group (MAG) reported strong passenger growth at two of its three UK gateways in 2018, and is urging the UK and European Union to agree on a long-term post-Brexit aviation deal to ensure continued growth in the year to come. The group’s biggest airport, Manchester, saw passenger numbers increase by 1.7% to 28.3 million in 2018. MAG said this was achieved “despite the loss of its seventh biggest airline, Monarch”—which went bankrupt in ...

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