Transport used to travel to the airport in the UK 2015, by flight purpose

What was the primary mode of transport that you used to get to the airport?

by Statista Research Department, last edited Jun 10, 2015
Transport used to travel to the airport in the UK 2015, by flight purpose This statistic shows a distribution of the modes of transport used by travelers to get to the airport in the United Kingdom (UK) as of 2015, broken down by flight purpose (business or leisure). Among total respondents, 34 percent parked their car at the airport, whereas 24 percent got a lift from family or friends.
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What was the primary mode of transport that you used to get to the airport?

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