NATS LAMP South Coast Proposal
Transferred to NATS from TAG Farnborough
In 2014 TAG Farnborough Airport consulted on proposed changes to the air traffic routes to and from their airport, and also on changes to and from Southampton and Bournemouth airports with the support of NATS’ London Terminal Control (LTC).
TAG Farnborough has subsequently published Part A of the Consultation Feedback Report and is working on their Part B (see TAG’s website here).
As agreed with TAG Farnborough, NATS has now taken over the airspace change process relevant to LTC under the London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP).
This change is now called the LAMP South Coast Airspace Change Proposal, and the feedback report is available below.
NATS and TAG Farnborough continue to collaborate on airspace management and associated changes required to modernise the UK’s network.
The proposal will be submitted to the CAA on 16th February 2015.
The airspace change guidance provided by the CAA states that:
In the event that you wish to present new evidence or data for consideration prior to making their decision regarding the proposal, it must be submitted, in writing, to the following address:
Group Director Safety and Airspace Regulatory Group