Monthly Archives: December 2014

Commission hears Gatwick concerns

Commission hears Gatwick concerns Article courtesy of Crawley Observer Online 17/12/2014 Concerns about noise, the environment and pressures on the area’s infrastructure should Gatwick be expanded have been raised with the Airports Commission. Commission chairman Sir Howard Davies chaired a meeting at the Arora Hotel, in Southgate Avenue, on Tuesday (December 16) where he heard from residents, politicians and community groups. Also at the meeting was Stewart Wingate, Gatwick’s chief executive officer, who was bombarded with questions and accusations from […]

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Support Gatwick Obviously

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Support Gatwick Obviously There is a critical need for those businesses that do support expansion at Gatwick, to publically “Support” via the Gatwick Obviously website, and preferably respond to the Davies Commission public consultation before closing date 3rd February. Britain doesn’t just need a new runway. What it really needs is two world class airports. Other truly global cities like New York, Paris, and Tokyo don’t rely on one mega hub to serve all of their air travel requirements. They […]

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