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Transport surveys (air and sea) – information for participants

This page gives you information about our four transport surveys:

  • Vessels and Aircraft Questionnaire
  • Quarterly Survey of International Airline Operations (resident and non-resident)
  • Quarterly Survey of International Shipping Operations (resident and non-resident)
  • Quarterly Survey of International Shipping Operations Shipping Agents Consolidated

Why are you carrying out this survey?

 We carry out these transport surveys to collect data to incorporate into:

  •  Balance of Payments (BOP)
  • International Investment Position (IIP)
  • Goods and Services Trade by Country.

Transportation services measures the value of transactions between residents of the compiling economy and non-residents for carrying people from one location to another, including related auxiliary services.

Who takes part in the survey? How did you select me?

Your business may be selected for one of our transport surveys if you are involved in air or sea transport.
The transport surveys and their participants are:

  • Vessels and Aircraft Questionnaire – selection of airlines and shipping companies involved in the purchase, sale, or lease of overseas aircrafts and vessels.
  • Quarterly Survey of International Airline Operations (resident and non-resident) – selection of resident and non-resident airlines that sell international tickets.
  • Quarterly Survey of International Shipping Operations (resident and non-resident) – selection of resident and non-resident shipping operators.
  • Quarterly Survey of International Shipping Operations Shipping agents consolidated – selection of shipping agents.

When do you carry out the survey?

The survey is carried out every quarter.

How can I complete the survey questionnaire?

You will complete the survey questionnaire by filling in a paper form.

 

Page published 10 March 2016

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