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Local resident's join fight back against Bristol Airport expansion

Bristol Airport’s proposed plans for expansion have been met with resistance by local residents and anti-aviation groups.

The airport’s ‘Master Plan’ looks to accommodate an extra 12 million passengers a year by 2045. 485 more words

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Global network against aviation expansion

GAAM is pleased that our work is featured in this video by Reel News about a new global network coordinating action against aviation industry expansion plans, which need to be radically constrained in order to prevent runaway climate change. 404 more words

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City council examines long-term investments for Peterborough Airport

The Peterborough airport was put under the microscope at city hall Monday night as council was asked to consider a 20-year plan that recommends the city spend $48 million on upgrades and expansion. 551 more words

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West End only Surrey Heath location for Heathrow consultation events

Delivered, yesterday, by our ‘postie’, is Heathrow’s leaflet on the upcoming Public Consultations on it’s preferred expansion scheme for airport capacity in the South East. 67 more words

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Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson delivers transport-heavy "State of the City" address

Trains, planes and automobiles. That was on Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson agenda as he delivered a “State of the City” address to Rotarians on Thursday. Expansion of the airport, bringing in more carriers and a possible “train hub” were on the mayor’s lunch hour menu. 211 more words

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Frankfurt Airport Opens New Departures Hall for Christmas Holidays

Frankfurt Airport’s new Departures Hall B within Terminal One has been completed and opened in time to give passengers a new departure experience over the Christmas holiday season. 116 more words

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Don't Hail a Taxi. Build a Better Taxiway!

New York’s JFK Airport is in line to get better taxiways. A good thing too. Two separate incidents there in mid-August saw planes clip each other’s wings while on the taxiways. 132 more words

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