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Stansted Airport Arrivals (STN)

Accurate up-to-date information is crucial when you’re travelling or meet someone from their flight. If your plane is about to land in STN, use the Stansted Arrivals board available on our website. The board is updated frequently so that you won’t miss any changes to your flight arrival time.
With a large number of aircraft and changing weather conditions, the flight delay is a frequent problem. Keep our website in your favourites to access the precise data on Arrivals anytime and any place with the Internet connection.

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Monitor Your Flight Status In Real Time

The board for Stansted Airport Arrivals is available round-the-clock on our website. The information provided is highly accurate since we’re syncing with the Home and International Flights Department of STN. While updates can take a bit of time to be introduced, the real-time lag is very low, and you can rely on the data provided. We’re doing our best to make the time gap yet shorter; still, not being the direct data provider, we cannot bear the responsibility for discrepancies, if any. The good is that our website is easy to access and navigate within and available for free in full functionality.
On the Flight Arrivals Stansted board, you can find the following information:

  • flight number;
  • flight status;
  • estimated arrival time;
  • departure airport;
  • performing airline.

As the majority of arrival boards, the Stansted Flight Arrivals board on our website shows the flight arriving on the current day. The regular update takes time at midnight refreshing the board information.

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The board is easy to access and find your way through. It displays the list of arrivals, out of which the particular flight can be selected. The information on the flight status is shown clearly, and the interface is user-friendly, which gained a high estimation among many travellers already. The following status options for London Stansted arrivals are displayed, according to the initial schedule:

  • Flight scheduled;
  • Aircraft landed;
  • On the way;
  • Flight delayed;
  • Cancelled.

On Arrival — At The Airport

Passport control

Once your flight is marked as “Landed” at STN arrivals board, you’ll need to go through passport control inside the passenger terminal. There are two different queues on the spot:

  • EU citizens, British and Scottish nationals and EEA inhabitants;
  • Other nationalities.

There’s an alternative ePassport gate for EEA countries and Swiss citizens holding the passport with EEA chip. The automatic system recognizes your face and matches it to the digital print in the passport. If there’s a match, the gate opens. This option cannot be used with the ID card, only the EEA-chipped passport is valid.
At the “regular” passport control the Border Force officer will scan your documents and check them. Remember to check your passport expiry date before booking the flight among Stansted arrivals. The passport should be valid throughout your planned visit to the UK. If there’s a visa requirement or other documents needed, make sure to have all of them along.

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Baggage reclaim

Passport control being over, you’ll need to follow the Stansted airport arrivals sign that’ll direct you to the baggage reclaim zone. There, look for your flight number on the information display to spot the carousel carrying your baggage.
If you have a heavy bag or feel tired, you can use the free trolleys to deliver your baggage to the exit. If there are no available trolleys near the baggage reclaim, look for them around the terminal, as they are usually located at various key areas of the terminal.
List of flight arrivals Stansted is usually a busy one; so, there might be baggage from several aircraft on the same carousel. Don’t hurry to pick your baggage first while, once you’ve spotted it, simply take it off the carousel and step back. Remember that, for safety reasons, the trolleys can be used for baggage articles only (no children riding in the trolleys).

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