London City Airport
See also News about the airport
Local Community Group: HACAN East
Track aircraft in your area
You can check (60 minute delay) planes arriving at, and departing from, London City airport on https://www.londoncityairport.com/home/page/track-aircraft-in-your-area
This will show planes over the past two months, with details of airline, flight number, height, speed, destination, type of plane etc. You can play the replay at different speeds. Compared to Gatwick’s Casper or Heathrow Webtrak, it is easier to use.
Short film explaining why London City Airport should be closed – the site would be much, much more useful and make more money, if it was used for other purposes
Great short video (2 mins 40 secs) by Jay Foreman, setting out why it would make enormous sense for the London City Airport site to be sold, and the land put to better use. Amazingly the land only effectively produces a small amount per unit area.
London City Airport sits on about 500,000 square metres of land, in a prime London location, making only about £100 million per year. That works out at about £200 per square metre per year.
By contrast, the Excel Centre, nearby sits on about 45,000 square metres of land, and makes about £513 million per year. That works out at bout £11,400 per square metre per year.
So that’s £100. Compared to £11,400 per square metre. Logic?
Some basic information about the airport:
Address: London City Airport, Royal Docks, London, E16 2PX
Airport Master Plan:
London City Airport. Flights and CO2 emissions.
Analysis of flights, routes, and top 10 destinations from London City Airport in 2011. Also carbon emissions.
And passenger growth and numbers over the past 15 years. http://www.awsw.co.uk/allco2/LCY_co2.html
|Planning application:The airport submitted an application, in July 2007, for a substantial incease in flights. The airport submitted plans for a 50% increase in the number of|
flights each year, and to grow to handle 3.9 million passengers by 2010. The
airport claims that the proposals would not see any change to the opening hours
or the introduction of night flights. The planning application was for an increase in flight movements to 120,000 from the current level of 80,000 by 2010. In 2006 it handled 2.4 million passengers. Application approved on 8th October 2008. Information about the application is at:http://www.londoncityairport.com/index.php?mode=pages&action=PlanningApplication
- Air France
- Air One
- Austrian Airlines
- British Airways
- EuroManx (Isle of Man)
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
- Luxair (Luxembourg)
- Scandinavian Airlines (Copenhagen)
- Swiss International Air Lines
- VLM Airlines (Amsterdam, Antwerp, Brussels, Groningen, Isle of Man, Jersey, Luxembourg, Manchester, Rotterdam)