There are expectations on the aviation industry to be transparent about their ongoing operations, which are set out in The Department for Transport’s Air Navigation Guidance.
Airports and Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) are expected to inform and engage overflown communities about aircraft operational change and change to aircraft movements when changes could have a noise impact on communities.
These expectations are described in detail from page 136 of CAP1616 Airspace Change. As these changes may impact noise on the ground there is a need for airports to ensure that their local communities have sufficient information to understand the nature and causes of the change.
We have collected information from 10 airports and one ANSP across the UK (based on current passenger numbers) and provided details on which elements of the guidance they are currently fulfilling. The marking applied by the CAA is used to determine whether an airport/ANSP is fulfilling the requirements of the guidance. We are not assessing the effectiveness and/or efficiency of the relevant information provision/data type.
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- Belfast International
If you have any questions about the information above, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Last updated: October 2021. This information is collected and updated on a seasonal basis, the next update will be published in April 2022.
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