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In February 2017 the Department for Transport published ‘Upgrading UK Airspace’. This document sets out why & how the airspace in the UK is going through a process of change.
The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) consulted on a process for airports to work with communities when they modernise their airspace. This process was introduced in 2017 and amended in 2018, it is called CAP1616 and it sets out a detailed process that must be used. This document can be viewed here.
UK Airspace in amongst the busiest in the world, and the processes and routes which are followed by aircraft in the UK are in some cases, out-dated and in need of modernisation. This is a national exercise being undertaken by all UK airports. The Airport Operators Association (AOA) have made a useful video to explain why airports need to go through this process. You can view this here.
We’re at the early stages of modernising our airspace here at East Midlands Airport and we’d like you to get involved.
This document explains why we need to make changes at our airport and the process we will be going through. It also asks a number of important questions that we would like your views on. Find a printable version of the document here, and a black and white version with larger text here.
The feedback portal for Stage 1 of the programme closed on 7th October. Our draft Design Principles will be published here in November. In the meantime, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or comments.
The future airspace programme is a significant project and will be running for some time. If you would like to stay up-to-date with developments, please email email@example.com with the following information and we will add you to our mailing list:
Please note, in line with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), the information you will provide will be used solely for the purpose of corresponding with you about future airspace and all details will be destroyed at the end of the programme.