Bournemouth Airport is running a public consultation on the proposed implementation of new satellite-based Instrument Approach Procedures, which form part of an initiative to modernise the airspace around the airport.
Regional & City Airports, which owns and operates Bournemouth Airport, stresses that the proposals would not result in changes of aircraft flows or an increase in agreed movements, nor would they result in aircraft arriving at lower altitudes or in any changes to visual training flights.
The public consultation is open until 27th March 2020 and is a regulatory requirement of the Civil Aviation Authority. The public is invited to comment online at the CAA Airspace Change Portal: https://lnkd.in/gizFuVp.
There is also a drop-in session at the airport on Friday 21st February, 3pm to 10pm, to provide more information about the proposed changes and answer any questions.
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