Members of the Community and Environment team are regularly out in the community, providing information on all aspects of the airport's operations, answering queries and listening to feedback. We have a schedule of Community Outreach drop-in sessions across areas local to the airport. 

A full list of venues, dates and times is available by accessing theCommunity Outreach Schedule 2013 - 2014. Each session lasts for two hours and we aim to visit on both weekdays and weekends to give people the best chance of being able to drop-in.  

The Community Outreach Programme has been developed as part of our ongoing commitment to build good relations in communities around the Airport and increase awareness about its operations and community schemes.  By enabling a more open dialogue with people, we hope to have a greater understanding about what the key areas of concern are and can potentially identify ways to improve them.  We are able to provide detail or clarity about our noise and track-keeping procedures, other environmental issues or indeed anything that local people want to discuss about the Airport and its operations.

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