DTVA

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DTVADurham Tees Valley Airport (England)
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Stobart Group, the aviation, energy and civil engineering group, was announced as the operator of DTVA in 2019.
After more than a year of refusing to publish the 2016 Deed of Amendment between the Tees Valley and Durham councils and airport operator Peel - made ahead of a housing development plan at DTVA being decided - Darlington Borough Council has released part of the document.
Chris Rand, sales and marketing manager from Balkan Holidays, said: "We are delighted to be adding this new weekly flight to Bourgas from DTVA as part of our Summer 19 schedule.
Passengers from Norwich will also be able to travel onward from DTVA to Aberdeen.
DTVA is located approximately 10 miles (16km) southwest of Middlesbrough and 24 miles (39km) south of Durham.
Panel B presents data on the difference between the DTVA income effect and the DTVA change as a proxy for the income effect.
DTVA is run in a 75/25 split with the Stobart Group after a PS40.2m deal with Peel was agreed to buy the site in January.
Loganair will introduce non-stop flights between East Anglia and the North East of England on six-days per week, while also providing up to three weekday direct services between the Granite City and DTVA with one flight on Sunday.
Mr Pickering said the move to relocate staff from three of the charity's sites in Darlington town centre, Newton Aycliffe and DTVA, would result in rent savings alone of PS120,000 a year.
In April, DTVA published the nal master plan which also detailed Peel's ambitions to make the airport a freight cargo destination with the introduction of a freight siding to the Tees Valley railway line, which already runs on to the airport site.