Doncaster Sheffield (Robin Hood) Airport
Some general information about the airport
Airport Owner: The airport is owned and operated by Peel Holdings, who also own Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Durham Tees Valley Airport and the former Sheffield City Airport (which closed in April 2008).
Airport Consultative Committee: http://www.rhacc.org.uk
Doncaster Sheffield Airport. Flights and CO2 emissions.
Analysis of flights, routes, and top 10 destinations from Doncaster Sheffield Airport in 2011. Also carbon emissions.
And passenger growth and numbers over the past 15 years. http://www.awsw.co.uk/allco2/DSA_co2.html
CAA aviation statistics CAA aviation statistics
UK Airport Statistics: 2012 – annual (Table 10.3) Terminal Passengers 2002 – 2012
2007 1,074 (up 13%)
Air Transport Movements
2010 7,000 (up + 13% on 2009) link to 2010 data
2007 9 (up +14% on 2006)
UK Airport Statistics: 2012 – annual (Table 13.2) Freight 2002 – 2012
2010 216 (down – 37% on 2009) link to 2010 data
2007 1,602 (up 859%)
Airport Contact Details:
Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield
Doncaster DN9 3RH
Multimap: Map showing airport location
Business Aviation: Number of business flights (= private jets)
CAA statistics, annual figures – Table 3.1
Application to change night flying restrictions
Doncaster Council approve Robin Hood Airport night flight changes
4th February 2010 Doncaster Council’s Planning Committee has approved variations to planning conditions at Robin Hood Airport that previously restricted certain categories of aircraft from operating from the airport at night. The changes mean up to 100 bigger, noisier aircraft will be allowed to operate at the airport at night each year, however
the overall night flight noise limits have been cut. The Council has approved
the airport’s proposal to lift the current QC4 aircraft restriction. (UK Airport
News) Click here to view full story…
Airport Draft Master Plan Consultation:
The airport’s draft master plan was announced in October 2008.
associated with the airport – could be created in just over 20 years. Peel want to cater for increased passenger numbers – estimated to increase tenfold by 2030 – by extending the current terminal and improving public transport interchange facilities for buses and taxis.
rising to 10.8 million by 2030 including up to 1.6 million long-haul passengers. The consultation ended March 2009.
Another document states: “The previous Master Plan covered the period 2004 – 2014 and envisaged 2.33 million passengers and 600,000 tonnes of freight per annum. By 2030, the airport operators envisaged having 10 million passengers per annum.”
For news about the airport, see Doncaster Airport News