Further breaches at Leeds Bradford airport ‘won’t be tolerated’ by council
not be tolerated.
(LBIA) after considering a report which detailed 32 incidents over the past year
when aircraft have departed or landed after the agreed evening deadline.
Airlines (PIA) and its predecessor Shaheen Airlines.
the airport, with PIA, has promised to take to try to tackle the problem.
do have to be tough."
if necessary, take action."
said: "The airport has worked hard with the airline to try to get earlier departure
times and use quieter aircraft.
action at the moment but should have the threat to take action if things do not
with this particular company, which I would say the airport needs some support
but there wasn’t much consistency and there was a range of times in the evening,
within two to three hours, when the aircraft took off.
to do but, if it happens again then we will take action against you.
about how they are going to be implemented, and we should ask for updates on the
Noise Reduction Plan should be forwarded to us."
rules (7 between Nov 2009 and Feb 2010) over noisy night-time flying at Leeds
Bradford International Airport. A late-running Pakistan International Airline
(PIA) flight to Islamabad has created all the breaches in the rules, which operate
to reducenight flying between 11pm-7am. (Guardian)
action plan – over noise levels at the Airport. Completed questionnaires must
be returned by April 27, but Aireborough Civic Society believes many people are
not aware of the consultation. Copies of the document and a questionnaire are
in local libraries and on the airport’s website, and the civic society is urging
people to speak up as the consultation affects airport noise for the next 5 years.