Download the latest OAG UK Airport Flight Frequencies Ranking
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INTERNATIONAL. The latest flight frequency numbers for all UK airports from OAG Worldwide make fascinating reading, underlining the overwhelming domination of London Heathrow Airport.
Under an agreement just reached with The Moodie Report, OAG will provide regular snapshots of real-time weekly flight frequencies from various countries and regions, giving a useful guideline to current traffic levels and ranking (nationally, regionally and globally) of the world’s airports.
Provided as a sample of things to come, the attached spreadsheet shows all UK airports for the week 15-21 November by flight frequencies (departing, non-stop, passenger, operating flights). In coming weeks this will be extended to cover the world’s leading airports, including year-on-year comparisons for trend purposes.
OAG is a content management company specialised in travel and transport. It provides the definitive source of global flight schedules information to the aviation industry. It collates airline schedules and other related data, consolidates it and distributes it to:
* all the world’s Global Distribution Systems and airline reservations systems;
* e-travel portals, including airport web sites;
* OAG publishing products and services where the company provides direct travel planning support to over two million travellers and travel planners;
* And increasingly it distributes its schedules via emerging mobile channels where the data is already reaching millions of new customers via companies such as T-mobile and Orange.
OAG data is also used throughout the aviation industry by:
* aircraft manufacturers
* industry analysts
* government bodies
OAG currently processes the data of 978 airlines. The company verifies it, applies stringent quality checks, standardises it and distributes it.