DTVA

AcronymDefinition
DTVADurham Tees Valley Airport (England)
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Flights from Norwich will depart at 16:00 from Sunday to Friday, arriving in DTVA at 17:00 and then in Aberdeen at 18:20 hours.
The DTVA Southside Phase 1 and Link Road takes place over a significant area adjacent to Durham Tees Valley Airport.
Today though, there is no hiding the fact that DTVA, like most other airports, is having a tough time.
Pre-DTVA income" (defined as income before extraordinary items and discontinued operations excluding the DTVA income effect) is positive for 93 of 122 (76 percent) sample observations.
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.
A six-days-a-week direct service between East Anglia and DTVA was planned, plus up to four daily direct services between the Tees Valley and Aberdeen during the working week, with one additional flight on a Sunday.
DTVA s strategic planning director, Peter Nears, said any new aviation base must understand the significance of regional operations.
Proposals to use surrounding land for housing development to provide the investment funds for upgrading the airport facilities have also received quali-fied support response from members, on the condition that profits are pumped back into DTVA.
410 or DTVA to complete the solution for the delivery of television services into consumer homes.
Led by Redcar and Cleveland Council leader Sue Jeffrey, the council leaders instead approved an amended budget focusing on attracting more flights to DTVA.
The 180-page blueprint focuses on maximising the potential of the whole DTVA site and on repositioning the airport to focus on business routes, servicing the needs of the region and broadening the base of aviation-related activity on the site.