CAA launches new website and industry alerting system
Two significant improvements to the way the UK Civil Aviation Authority provides information to the public and its wide and diverse range of stakeholders have been made today with the launch of a new website and industry alerting system.
Record passenger numbers highlights strong demand for air travel
Most passengers at UK airports in the first quarter of any year since the start of the global financial crisis.
Strongest passenger growth of any quarter in the last 10 years. Highest rolling 12 month passenger total since records began.
Punctuality now monitored at 24 UK airports helping boost passenger choice
UK CAA now monitors 14 more UK airports for on-time performance and average delay, bringing total to 24
Increased coverage means 90 per cent of passenger flights and 97 per cent of passenger journeys are now monitored.
Flight punctuality at UK airports drops in 2014
On-time performance, which is a flight early or up to and including 15 minutes late, has dropped by one percentage point in the last year.
Passengers at UK airports increase for the fourth year in a row
Demand for air travel continues to grow, particularly in London and the South East.
Flight punctuality at UK airports falls in third quarter of 2014
75% of scheduled flights were on-time at UK airports in the third quarter (July to September) of 2014.
Lonely Planet? Almost half fly alone and few get waved off
The CAA’s latest Passenger Survey Report shows nearly half of us now fly alone.
UK airports enjoy record flight punctuality for first quarter of 2014
UK airports have landed the best ever first quarter on-time performance with 84% of scheduled flights on-time.
UK Flights’ punctuality improves in the last quarter of 2013
80% of scheduled flights were on time.
Passenger numbers at UK airports increase for the third year in a row
UK airports handled 7.8 million (3.5%) more passengers in 2013 than 2012 and London airports grew by 4.7 million.