The CAA collects statistics from more than 60 UK Airports. Information is supplied on each individual air transport flight with other movements, for example Private or Aero Club, being reported as a block monthly total.
From the individual flight records it is possible to build up pictures of the activity at each reporting airport. In addition the traffic and capacity on each route to/from the airport can be assessed. Airport statistics are available as monthly or annual publications or you may commission reports to suit your
The information contained in these reports has been compiled from various sources of data. CAA validates this data, however, no warranty is given as to its accuracy, integrity or reliability. CAA cannot accept liability for any financial loss caused by a person’s reliance on any of these statistics. No statistical
data provided by CAA maybe sold on to a third party. CAA insists that they are referenced in any publication that makes reference to CAA Statistics.
Table series 2, 7 and 11 are discontinued and no longer available.
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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.
We have identified a
problem on Table 08 Air_Pax_by_Type_and_Nat_of_Op with effect from April 2016
data. This affects the passenger figures, and has therefore been removed. The
table will be republished as soon as the issue has been rectified.
As of 21 December
2017, September tables are complete.
Table 12.1 may contain a number of airports marked as 'Unknown'. These are
being investigated. Table 3 is
updated as data for Hawarden was previously missing.
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