WORKING WITH STAKEHOLDERS IS CENTRAL TO OUR EFFORTS IN BEING A responsible business.
At Farnborough Airport, communicating with our neighbours, stakeholders and community partners is a cornerstone of what we do. The Farnborough Aerodrome Consultative Committee (FACC) is an independent forum where we interact with local public agencies, residential communities and Airport users on a range of topics. FACC meetings take place three times per year.
For more information, please visit FACC: http://www.facc.org.uk
The aim of UK airspace modernisation is the delivery of quicker, quieter and cleaner journeys and to create more benefit for those who use and are affected by aviation. This is co-sponsored by the Government and Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), whose Airspace Modernisation Strategy (AMS) outlines the initiatives needed to deliver modernisation.
Future Airspace Strategy Implementation South (FASI South), aims to upgrade the airspace structure and route network that serves London and the Southeast of the UK. Together, the industry is working to deliver FASI South through a coordinated programme of Airspace Change Proposals (ACPs). The Airport's participating in FASI South are responsible for upgrading the arrival and departure routes that support their operations from the ground to 7,000 feet, with NATS En Route Limited (NERL) responsible for upgrading the airspace structure and route network above 7,000 feet.
As communicated at the October 2021 FACC, the CAA IS committed to undertaking a further review in February 2022 and we can now confirm that Farnborough Airport will commence their Airspace Change Proposals Post-Implementation Review (ACP PIR) on 1st April 2022.
For any questions relating the Post Implementation Review process, please contact: email@example.com
The CAA will confirm the data that it requires Farnborough Airport to collect as part of the PIR process on 23rd March 2023 and once this is received, this information will be updated accordingly.