We are able to make available almost any subset of records over the last decade. In simple terms the cost is set to reflect the amount of data that has been purchased.
a) The customer decides upon the scope of their subset, e.g. scheduled traffic from Heathrow to Paris from 2007. This will establish the number of records that will make up the final subset.
b) The customer decides upon the number of database fields (or questions) to be included in their subset. Each field will have its own value. Adding up all the selected fields will enable a cost per record to be established.
c) The total cost is now calculated by simply multiplying result a) by result b).
We have a minimum data charge of £125 GBP. All charges attract domestic UK VAT.