Durham Tees Valley

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Durham Tees Valley Airport News

 

Some basic information about Durham Tees Valley airport

(formerly named Teesside International Airport).

Airport Owner:   Was 75% owned by Peel Airports, and 25% by various councils?   – Hartlepool Borough Council, Stockton Borough Council, Darlington Council, and others?
Peel now own 89% after the airport made a loss and the Council gave up a further 14% of the shares.
(Peel Airports Division now comprises Durham Tees Valley Airport, as well as
Liverpool John Lennon, Robin Hood Airport Doncaster/Sheffield and City Airport Salford
Manchester. Details ).
The Peel Holdings website says:   “Durham Tees Valley Airport is undergoing a
£56 million investment programme to improve facilities in order to attract both
new airlines and additional passengers.”
Airport Operator:      Peel Airports
Airport website:       http://www.durhamteesvalleyairport.com
Airport Master Plan:   There does not appear to be one.
Wikipedia states that:  In December 2006 Darlington and Stockton Borough Councils approved plans for the first of two expansions for the airport.   The plans include an extended and refurbished terminal, with improved baggage handling and check-in facilities, lounges, office space and retail and restaurant facilities. Also, a Cargo and Maintenance “village” is proposed along with nine additional aircraft stands and 4,500 car parking spaces.
A second planning application has also been approved, for an 18,600sq metre business
park with a 100-bed hotel, public house and restaurant. Since these plans were
approved, the airport modified the application replacing the proposed Cargo and
Maintenance “village” with an Industrial Estate instead.
Building work for both of the above plans has yet to commence.
Plans for an 80-bedroom Hotel have been approved, however Durham Tees Valley
Airport opposes these plans as they were made by an outside company.
 Airport Consultative Committee:   
David Cosgrove, Clerk to Durham Tees Valley Airport Consultative Committee, Civic Centre, Victoria Road, Hartlepool. TS24 8AY
david.cosgrove@hartlepool.gov.uk
Tel: 01429 523019
Fax: 01429 284009
 (No minutes appear to be available).

Durham Tees Valley Airport. Flights and CO2 emissions.

Analysis of flights, routes, and top 10 destinations from Durham Tees Valley Airport in 2011. Also carbon emissions.
And passenger growth and numbers over the past 15 years. http://www.awsw.co.uk/allco2/MME_co2.html

 


 

CAA figures:    CAA aviation statistics 
 

Terminal Passengers:

UK Airport Statistics: 2012 – annual  (Table 10.3)  Terminal Passengers  2002 – 2012

2012      164,826  (down – 13.4% on 2011)
2011      190,284 (down – 15% on 2010)
2010      225,000  (down – 22% on 2009)  link to 2010 data
2009      288,327 (down – 55.4% on 2008)
2008      646,741  (down 12.1% on 2007)
2007      734  thousand   (down 20% on 2006)
2006      912
2005      902
2000      740
1996      429

 

Air Transport Movements

Number of ATMs (thousands)
 CAA ATM statistics 1998 – 2008

UK Airport Statistics: 2012 – annual  (Table 4.2) ATMs 2002 – 2012

2012       4,202    (down – 17.9% on 2011)
2011       5,119 (down – 9% on 2010)
2010       6,000 (down -2% on 2009)   link to 2010 data
2009      5,717  (down – 38.5% on 2008)
2008      9,301  (down 17.4% on 2007)
2007      11 (down 9% on 2006)
2006      12
2005      12
2000      10
1996      10

Air Freight

Freight tonnage  

UK Airport Statistics: 2012 – annual  (Table 13.2) Freight 2002 – 2012

2012        0
2011        3 (almost no change on 2010)

2010         –  ? none    link to 2010 data

2009        298   (up +3% on 2008)
2008        290  (down 63% on 2007)
2007        786  (up 72% on 2006)
2006        457
2005        363
2000     3,007
1996         68

 


 

Airport Contact Details:  
Durham Tees Valley Airport

Darlington
Tees Valley
DL2 1LU
By E-mail airportservices@dtva.co.uk
for urgent enquiries –  08712 242426
Multimap:    Durham Tees Valley airport
Runway length and direction:   05/23     2,291 metres   7,516 feet     Asphalt
Local community group:   None
Wikipedia page on  Durham Tees Valley  airport:     Wikipedia
 
Proportion of domestic passengers, out of total passengers
CAA  statistics, annual figures   – comparing Tables 9 and 10.2

2006       25.8%
2007       17.3%
2008       18.3%

Business Aviation:   Number of business flights (= private jets)  

CAA  statistics, annual figures – Table 3.1

2007           5       (and 374 air taxis)
2008           1      (and 637 air taxis)
Some news about the airport at Durham Tees Valley Airport News
News stories about the airport can be also be found onthe UK Airport News website.