Author: egagteam

Heathrow ACP for Compton easterly departures – for the first ever, permanent concentrated PBN route possible over Englefield Green

Key Points Heathrow have submitted an ACP (Airspace Change Proposal)2 to the CAA to implement, by 2022, the very first ever permanent PBN (Precision Based Navigation) route, out of Heathrow, on the easterly Compton departure route, affecting Englefield Green, Egham, Virginia Water, etc. The existing Compton SID (Standard Instrument Departure), see Fig. 1, has not been flown for […]

Heathrow Airspace and Future Operations Consultation

Consultation (closes 4th March 2019) details are here: https://afo.heathrowconsultation.com/ EGAG have produced some suggestions for responding – a summary response and a fuller response. Or pick up a printed copy with freepost envelope at Smiths in St Judes Road, Genevieve’s and The Village Centre in Victoria Street or The Happy Man public house in Harvest […]

Government ministers expected to vote today to approve 3rd runway vote in Parliament

Mrs May’s ministerial sub-committee on Heathrow expansion,  which Philip Hammond our MP is a member, is expected to vote in favour of presenting the Revised National Policy Statement (Heathrow expansion) to Parliament. Given the recent rail debacles that the Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling has presided over, with many from both sides of […]

Response* to Heathrow’s Consultation

General comments on the ‘consultation’ There has already been an official government consultation on the Airport National Policy Statement (NPS) which proposes a third runway at Heathrow. The responses are being analysed now. If the government decides to support a third runway, if it is supported by a vote in Parliament and if it survives […]

Heathrow Consultation: Roadshow in Englefield Green: Wednesday 14 February, 12pm-8pm: The Village Centre, Victoria Street, ENGLEFIELD GREEN TW20 0QX

Introduction Heathrow is promoting two consultations simultaneously, one in relation to Airport Expansion (new runway and terminal infrastructure); the other in respect of Airspace Principles (changes to airspace and flight paths to accommodate the new runway). The consultation documents can be found at www.heathrowconsultation.com The deadline for responses is 28 March 2018. Status of consultations […]

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