The CAA collects statistics from all United Kingdom airlines. Monthly aggregate information is supplied on each route served together with quarterly returns of fleet and personnel data and, for the major carriers, annual standardised profit and loss accounts and balance sheets.
From the individual route level data it is possible to build up pictures of the activity of each airline. In addition the traffic and capacity on each route can be assessed. Airline statistics are available as monthly or annual publications or you may commission reports, within certain
confidentiality constraints, to suit your particular needs. Historic files include annual and monthly data.
To facilitate improved download times and greater flexibility of use of our data, each table, from June 2001 for airport and punctuality data, and May 2001 for airline data, is available in two formats.
Please note: Some PDF files contain notes concerning the data within them, the notes are not shown in the respective CSV files; hence the CSV file should always be used in conjunction with the corresponding PDF file.
If you have feedback on our published reports please contact
Aviation.Intelligence@caa.co.uk. You will receive an automated reply confirming that we have received your comments.
We review every comment that we receive and, if significant issues are found with our published reporting, reports will be amended and re-published. Unfortunately, we are unable to respond to individual queries.
The problem identified on the Annual Utilisation Tables
1.11.1 ( Aircraft Type & Utilisation All Airlines) & 1.11.2 (Aircraft
Type & Utilisation Individual Airlines) has now been rectified, the tables
below are correct as at 29th June 2018.
Please note that two airlines changed name mid-year:
Thomson Airways to TUI Airways and Atlantic Airlines to West Atlantic Airlines,
and on several tables appear under both names. To obtain an annual figure for
these operators please combine the figures recorded under both names.
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