Heathrow has launched a public consultation for its next Noise Action Plan, which aims to deliver quieter nights and quieter flights for local residents.
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The UK Government continues to review its night flight policy for Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted airports, with a new and sustained focus on its noise objectives. The consultation aims to better the detrimental impact that night flying has on local residents, without disregarding the positive contributions aviation has on the…
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