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[http://www.nottinghamema.com/ Nottingham East Midlands Airport] (actually in [[Leicestershire]]) is close to [[Nottingham]], [[Derby]], [[Leicester]] and [[Loughborough]] and takes flights from a number of destinations in [[Europe]], the [[USA]] and [[Carribean]], including low-cost carriers. It is a small modern airport with buses to the main cities nearby.
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[http://www.nottinghamema.com/ Nottingham East Midlands Airport] (actually in [[Leicestershire]]) is close to [[Nottingham]], [[Derby]], [[Leicester]] and [[Loughborough]] and takes flights from a number of destinations in [[Europe]], the [[USA]] and [[Caribbean]], including low-cost carriers. It is a small modern airport with buses to the main cities nearby.
  
 
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Revision as of 02:42, 16 September 2005

The East Midlands, in its broadest sense, is the eastern part of central England (and therefore part of the United Kingdom as well).

Regions

The East Midlands include several traditional English counties:

Cities

Understand

Get in

By plane

Nottingham East Midlands Airport (actually in Leicestershire) is close to Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and Loughborough and takes flights from a number of destinations in Europe, the USA and Caribbean, including low-cost carriers. It is a small modern airport with buses to the main cities nearby.

By car

The M1 motorway provides direct access from London, Sheffield and Leeds to the region and each of its three main urban centres.

External links

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