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LOX Summary Report:
Appendix: Comparative spatial distribution of demand

Extract from the White Paper: The Future of Air Transport, December 2003 [note 1]

Chapter 11: South East Region: Alternative proposals

11.115 So far as the London Oxford proposal is concerned, it is accepted that the location of the airport in relation to centres of demand would mean that it could be well used without the need for market intervention by the Government…
Extract from the White Paper: The Future of Air Transport, December 2003.

 

The forecast spatial distribution of demand at LOX and the actual distribution at South East Region airports are shown in the following figures. These were produced by the Department for Transport and are © Crown Copyright.


Spatial distribution of demand for LOX

Figure 1: Total air travel demand by district, and percentage of this demand at LOX

Larger image of Figure 1 (pdf) (428k)

Spatial distribution of demand for Heathrow

Figure 2: Total air travel demand by district, and percentage of this demand at Heathrow

Spatial distribution of demand for Stansted

Figure 3: Total air travel demand by district, and percentage of this demand at Stansted

Spatial distribution of demand for Gatwick

Figure 4: Total air travel demand by district, and percentage of this demand at Gatwick

Spatial distribution of demand for Luton

Figure 5: Total air travel demand by district, and percentage of this demand at Luton

 
Note 1

The White Paper: The Future of Air Transport. Return to [Note 1]

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