Airports Commission

The Airports Commission was established by the UK Government as an independent body to investigate the efficient use of existing airport capacity and whether there is a need to expand it. The Commission closed in July 2015 after producing its final report.

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Airports commission. Gatwick airport second runway: business case and sustainability assessment (consultation) 2014 Red
Airports commission. Heathrow airport extended northern runway: business case and sustainability assessment (consultation) 2014 Red
Airports commission. Heathrow airport north west runway: business case and sustainability assessment (consultation) 2014 Red
Airports Commission - final report 2015 Green
Airports Commission - interim report 2013 Red
Business case and sustainability assessment - Heathrow north west runway 2015 Green
Consultation document - Gatwick airport second runway, Heathrow airport extended northern runway and Heathrow airport north west runway 2014 Red
DISP 05 Aviation noise 2013 Green

 

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