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Stansted Airport Departures (STN)

The accurate timing is a key to successful air travel. Weather changes, aircraft, or pilot issues, airport congestion might lead to the delay in Stansted departures or any other flight. In this situation, timely information is crucial for planning your current or near-future actions. You might spend more time in the city, take a bus instead of the taxi, postpone the meeting, etc.

That’s where Stansted airport departures table steps in. Using its accurate and frequently updated data, you’ll always be aware of the slightest changes made to your flight.

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Find Out The Status Of Flight In Advance

The online board located on our website is a helpful tool to trace the flight changes and adjust your schedule accordingly. The board is comprehensively laid out, with all the Stansted live departures being explicitly shown and marked with the relevant status. The following status positions of aircraft can be found on the online board:

  • Flights scheduled to depart;
  • Departing at the moment;
  • Aircraft en route;
  • Delayed flights (the estimated departure time is indicated);
  • Cancelled voyages.

The online departures Stansted board comprises important information only. Having your plans changing, you’d have no time to wander through unnecessary details. The board includes the following data:

  • Number of flight;
  • Flight status;
  • Departure time as per schedule;
  • Performing airline;
  • Landing airport.

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The information presented on the STN departures board is accurate and constantly synchronized with the official airport data. Using this simple tool, you can plan your departure and overall voyage with confidence and choose the most suitable options for transport, accommodation, meals, entertainment, etc. Simply have a look here and there at the status of your flight. No matter which carrier or to which destination the flight is scheduled, — the whole picture on London Stansted departures is always available on our website.

How To Be Prepared For Departure

Check-in procedure commonly starts two hours before the planned flight departure. In case of doubt, contact your airline in order to clarify this issue. On your way to the airport remember to have a look at Stansted flight departures online board to ensure your flight status hasn’t changed.

Check-in desks

Inside the passenger terminal, consult the information screens or an information officer. Find your check-in desks, go through the procedure, pass through security, and enjoy shopping or a cup of coffee in one of the airport cafes.

Online check-in

You can check-in through online service and print your boarding passes yourself. In this case, you can proceed straight to the baggage drop point. If your bag is small, you can go right to the security control zone of Stansted departures.

Bag drop

Depending on your bag size, you might need to check-in the baggage as well. Baggage with tags should be left at Bag Drop desk. In case your baggage is too large and/or heavy than allowed, additional handling fee might be charged.
If you carry a small handbag only, proceed to the right to security control.

Security

Security timing also differs from airport to airport. For Stansted airport departures zone, you should come through security check no later than 40 minutes before the scheduled take-off.

Boarding

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Your boarding pass will have a “group” indication on it defining your boarding turn. It’s advisable to enter the gate with your group. As per general rule, all travellers should be at the gate at least 30 minutes before departure.

Find out your group for boarding
If you belong to high priority or pre-boarding groups, you’d better come early at the gate and use this advantage. Consult the Stansted live departures table in order to keep the track of changes made to the flight.

Pre-boarding is available to:

  • families that have young children with them;
  • travellers with a disability or requiring special assistance.

Priority boarding is available to:

  • business travellers (Club Europe);
  • members of British Airways Executive Club (Bronze, Silver and Gold participants);
  • members of OneWorld (Ruby, Sapphire, Emerald participants).

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