Sep 29 2014
Environmental organisations have major concerns that airport expansion in the South East could lead to serious negative environmental impacts including increased levels of aircraft noise, loss of ancient and valuable habitats and risk to national climate targets. Therefore, the Aviation Environment Federation has led a …
Sep 9 2014
During the summer, the Airports Commission consulted on two papers: using existing airport capacity and delivering new capacity. We summarise our responses to the two papers below. The role of regional airports AEF continues to argue that rather than building new …
Sep 5 2014
US Environment Protection Agency to carry out a study of the health risk from aircraft emissions as first stage in its requirement
Sep 4 2014
In the document which picked apart the Thames Estuary airport proposal, the Airports Commission made the admission that under a carbon cap, concentrating flights in one location would limit the potential for growth of regional airports.
Sep 3 2014
There is now a good deal of evidence showing that aircraft noise affects health. An new report gives some indication of how it happens.
Sep 2 2014
The Airports Commission has announced that the Thames Estuary airport proposal, as advocated by London Major Boris Johnson, will not be considered as an option for increasing airport capacity in the South East