Description: New RNAV1 ATS routes and new RNAV1 Standard Arrival Routes (STARs) for traffic arriving into Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Stansted, Northolt and Cambridge from the south-west of the London Terminal Control Area. This proposal involves changes to ATS routes and STARs within existing Controlled Airspace (CAS) above 7,000 ft AMSL. There is no change to existing CAS lateral or vertical limits.
Last updated: 19 December 2017
external consultation document (with associated appendices)
Sponsor's formal airspace change proposal (date received by CAA)
Following submission, this proposal was returned to the sponsor for re-submission. On 23 December 2016, NATS subsequently advised the CAA that they would delay proposed implementation until Autumn 2017 and would re-submit the airspace change proposal at a later date. No analysis has been undertaken by the CAA.
Second framework briefing held with organisations considering proposal of the change
The scope presented by NATS on 17 Nov 16 was updated to include additional ATS routes and STARs.
Sponsor's re-submitted formal
airspace change proposal (date received by CAA)
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