Next steps on proposed changes to arrival routes into London Luton Airport
22 February 2021
Almost four months of public consultation regarding proposed changes to arrival routes into London Luton Airport (LLA) have now ended. The consultation ran from 19 October 2020 to 5 February 2021, a period of 15 weeks and 5 days and more than 2,400 responses were received from MPs, councils, airlines, flying clubs, the military, community groups and individual members of the public. These responses are now being reviewed, analysed and categorised, to help inform the final proposal to be submitted to the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
Just two weeks left to respond to consultation on arrival routes into London Luton Airport
18 January 2021
There are now only two weeks left for people to have their say on proposed changes to arrival routes for flights into London Luton Airport (LLA). The public consultation ends on 5 February, so there is still time for residents and communities in the surrounding areas to submit a response and help shape the outcome.
Eight weeks left for public to have their say on flight path changes
09 December 2020
London Luton Airport (LLA) and air traffic control provider NATS are urging communities to respond to a public consultation on proposed changes to the Airport’s arrival paths, as the consultation period reaches the halfway mark.
NATS report charts further environmental progress
01 December 2020
Air traffic controllers at NATS helped enable more than 30,000 tonnes of CO2 savings during the past financial year through the greater use of direct aircraft routings, smoother climbs and descents and the more efficient use of airspace.
Arrival routes into London Luton Airport set to change
19 October 2020
A public consultation to help determine new arrival routes for flights into London Luton Airport (LLA) opens today, 19 October 2020, offering residents and communities in the surrounding areas the chance to have their say and shape the outcome.