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Luton Airport - Arrivals Consultation Ends 5 February 2021

London Luton Airport arrival routes airspace change consultation

The public consultation covers the proposed changes to LLA's arrival routes. There are now only a few weeks left of this consultation for people to have their say on proposed changes. The public consultation ends on 5th February, so there is still time to submit a response and help shape the outcome.

In response to the restrictions in place because of Covid-19, the consultation has largely been digital to still allow for engagement with local stakeholders. Our 'Virtual Exhibition' offers visitors access to all the information they need to make an informed decision and provide feedback that will help to determine the final proposal.

You can access the consultation and Virtual Exhibition at the links below:
Virtual Exhibition can be accessed here: https://www.nats.aero/vr/ad6/

Consultation Document (V1.1) can be accessed here: https://consultations.airspacechange.co.uk/london-luton-airport/ad6_luton_arrivals/supporting_documents/LLA Arrivals Consultation 1.1 Screen View.pdf

Consultation website can be accessed here: https://consultations.airspacechange.co.uk/london-luton-airport/ad6_luton_arrivals/

Also attached is a short leaflet summarising the proposal, and an infographic explaining why a new hold is needed.

We have also recently updated the Consultation Document to Issue 1.1 (link), correcting minor typographical errors and one of the supplemental data tables in Annex E.

It's extremely important that LLA consult as many people as possible on this change. Anyone can provide feedback on any aspect of the proposal – comments on the location or altitude of the hold, the routes, shortcuts, airspace volumes and any other aspects of the proposal are all welcome. All responses must be submitted via the CAA's Airspace Change Portal – we cannot accept emailed consultation responses.Luton Airport - Arrivals Consultation

Posted: Wed, 20 Jan 2021 12:32 by Claire Graham

Tags: Consultation, Transport