Airport taxis Edinburgh to St Andrews

Airport taxis Edinburgh to St Andrews

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Edinburgh airport now has more domestic passengers than Heathrow airport , the busiest airport in Europe.

Over the past 12 years, the number of travellers on UK flights to and from Heathrow has dropped by 28 per cent. Last year it handled an average of just over 13,000 domestic passengers per day, compared with over 18,000 in 2005.

Over the same spell, the airport’s overall passenger numbers have increased 26 per cent.

Edinburgh, Scotland’s busiest airport, has also seen a drop in domestic passengers while its overseas numbers increase. But the decline was only 14 per cent, allowing it to take over top position from Heathrow.

The figures appear in the new edition of the Anker Report, compiled by Ralph Anker. He believes Air Passenger Duty, which doubled in 2007, has played a part in the overall reduction in domestic passengers; the tax now adds £26 to a round-trip within the UK. “The charge is applicable to all passengers departing from a UK airport, which means that a domestic passenger is charged for both sectors of a return journey,” he said.

“Heathrow’s congestion has played a part, as domestic capacity has been squeezed out in favour of more profitable international routes.”

Eight domestic airports are currently served from Heathrow: Aberdeen, Belfast City, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle. The only route to have been lost since 2005 is Durham Tees Valley, though frequency has dropped on many routes.

British Airways recently halved the number of flights between Leeds Bradford and Heathrow

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