Affected by aircraft noise?
Concerned about climate change?
Dealing with a proposed airport development?
Looking for data on aviation’s environmental performance or on current regulation?
The AEF is a UK-based association that is concerned exclusively with the environmental impacts of aviation.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) published a review in October of environmental landing chargesat the three designated airports for noise management (Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted) and three of the busiest airports in the UK (Manchester, East Midlands and Birmingham).
We launched our 2013 Annual Report at the AEF AGM last Thursday 14th November.
The AEF Autumn edition of Flying Green is now available on our website.
Green organisations tell Sir Howard Davies that allowing another runway jeopardises UK climate goals »
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Green groups have written to Airports Commission chairman Sir Howard Davies challenging his view that new runway capacity is compatible with the Government’s climate change goals
Earlier this month, Sir Howard Davies, head of the Airports Commission and the main man tasked with examining the need for extra runway space in the UK, made his first public speech since consulting stakeholders in the airports debate.