As part of our ongoing commitment to the local community, we are dedicated to building and sustaining a positive dialogue with our neighbours: informing, involving, consulting and reporting back to them.
Our annual EMA CSR report highlights the projects that we are involved in, from engaging with local communities to inspiring young people and more.
Community Outreach events are part of the airport’s commitment to engage with the local community. They allow local residents to drop in and meet airport colleagues, ask any questions or voice any concerns.
Whether you want to know more about our on-site Education Centre, our work experience programme, our Airport Academy, our commitment to the environment, our onsite art projects or how to apply for the Community Fund or sponsorship, the Community Relations team will be on hand to help. Please see below for 2017 outreach dates. Further dates will be published as they become available
|Monday 17 April 2017||TBC||Kegworth Easter Market|
|Monday 1 May 2017||TBC||Castle Donington Medieval Market|
|Saturday 3 June 2017||TBC||Kegworth One Weekend|
|Saturday 9 Sept 2017||TBC||Diseworth Village Show|
|Saturday 16 Sept 2017||TBC||Melbourne Arts Festival Trail|
|Friday 1 December 2017||TBC||Castle Donington Christmas Cheer Market|
Community Flyer is our newsletter, distributed to over 33,000 homes in the areas surrounding the airport. It provides the latest information on our community, environmental and business initiatives and is designed to keep local residents informed of what’s happening at the airport.
The Independent Consultative Committee (ICC) is the formal body in charge of liaison between East Midlands Airport and our neighbouring communities. It operates according to Government guidelines and representatives from local authorities, amenity and user groups meet on a quarterly basis.
According to the Liaison Group of UK Airport Consultative Committees, an ICC seeks to hold the precarious balance between the interests of civil aviation, of passengers and other users of the airport and of people living in the area, and of the local environment.
The East Midlands Airport OnSite Network was set up in April 2010 to encourage networking between the many companies that are based on the site. The airport is a community in its own right and the network is aimed at bringing that community together.
The network meets annually and gives members the opportunity to share best practice and ideas, and where possible pool resources for a greater outcome.