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2006: The Year of the Aviation Review

Rarely has a Government White Paper received such constant criticism as the Aviation White Paper. A publication by Airport Watch looks at the evidence that has mounted up which proves it is time for the Government to change course when it reviews its White Paper at the end of this year.


This short publication reveals the wealth of reports and articles which show that current government aviation policy is incompatible with government plans to tackle climate change; that the economic reasoning underpinning the White Paper is based on very selective evidence; and that there is good reason to believe that the noise climate will be significantly worse than outlined in the White Paper.Airport Watch See 2006: Decision Time for Aviation in White Paper Review

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