List of Aviation Statistics Publications

The table below details the CAA Publication results for your search. For further details, please click the "Title" of the publication you are interested in.


Publication Categories and Series
Reference Title
UK Airline Statistics
UK Airport Statistics
UK Punctuality Statistics

Individual Publications
Reference Title Status as at Date
2006-01 January 2006 Airline Statistics Current 24 April 2006
CAA Paper 2006/01 A Database to Record Human Experience of Evacuation in Aviation Accidents Current June 2008
CAA Paper 2008/05 HUMS Extension to Rotor Health Monitoring Current 23 March 2009
CAA Paper 2009/03 Business Jet Safety Research: A Statistical Review and Questionnaire Study of Safety Issues Current 2009
CAA Paper 2009/05 Aircraft Maintenance Incident Analysis Current July 2009
CAA Paper 2011/03 CAA 'Significant Seven' Task Force Reports Current March 2011
CAP 681 Global Fatal Accident Review Current 1 March 1998
CAP 775 Air Services at UK Regional Airports: An Update on Developments Current 15 November 2007
CAP 780 Aviation Safety Review 2008 Current 11 November 2008
CAP 796 Flying on Business – a Study of the UK Business Air Travel Market Current November 2011
CAP 800 UK Safety Performance Volume I Current January 2011
CAP1036 Global Fatal Accident Review 2002 to 2011 Current June 2013
CAP1143 The Civil Aviation Authority’s policy for carrying out its information duties under the Civil Aviation Act 2012 Current 16 January 2014
CAP1148 CAP 1037 - Better information about UK aviation: summary of consultation responses Current 16 January 2014
CAP1303 Consumer research for the UK aviation sector – final report Current 18 June 2015
CAP1304 CAA consumer research for the UK aviation sector - report of the qualitative stage Current 18 June 2015
CAP1455 London helicopter crossing statistics Current 10 August 2022
CAP1456 Graphical summary of London helicopter crossing statistics Current 10 August 2022
CAP2239 UK Annual Safety Review 2020: Pre-Release Current 19 July 2021

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