CAP 796: Flying on Business – a Study of the UK Business Air Travel Market

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Reference:CAP 796
Title:Flying on Business – a Study of the UK Business Air Travel Market
Description:This report on UK business air travel is made up of two separate studies by the CAA. The first was published in May 2009 as UK Business Air Travel: Traffic Trends and Characteristics which examined how UK business traffic has changed by sector (long haul, short haul and domestic) between 1996 and 2007, and the characteristics of business passengers. It also looked at the expansion of the Business Aviation sector, which provides on-demand air services using small business aircraft, typically with fewer than 15 seats. The second was published in December 2010 as Flying on Business: a study of the UK business air travel market which further developed the analysis from the first study. It examined the drivers of UK business air travel and how they have been affected by the recent recession. It also looked at how companies manage their business travel, the changing role of travel management companies, how airlines compete for business travellers, and what may affect the demand for business air travel to and from the UK in the future. Because the two studies are largely complementary, they have been combined into a single document for ease of reference. The first study forms Part 1, and the second study forms Part 2.
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Date:November 2011
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