Have your say on RAF Northolt’s Air Space

Cllr Joanna Dabrowska, as a member of the RAF Northolt Community Liaison Committee, attended a meeting of the Committee earlier this week.

The Department of Transport is modernising the airspace over all airfields and airports over the South East of England.
RAF Northolt must submit a proposal alongside all other airfields, so that the Civil Aviation Authority can implement the overall design by 2024.

RAF Northolt is seeking input on what is important to local residents and is looking at its airspace independently of London Heathrow, Luton, Stansted and other airfields from Aylesbury all the way to the M11.

RAF Northolt hasn’t given much time and response is required by 12th May.

Please read the presentation which includes diagrams and definitions, in conjunction with the feedback form.

Please submit the feedback form by email to: NOR-Airspaceportal@mod.gov.uk


THE STATION

RAF Northolt in west London is used by both military and civilian aircraft and is home to units from all three Armed Services and the Ministry of Defence.

RAF Northolt plays an important royal role with both 32 (The Royal) Squadron and 63 Squadron RAF Regiment (Queen’s Colour Squadron) based on the Station.

2,000 service personnel (from all 3 Armed Forces), civil servants, and contractors work at RAF Northolt.

For more information about the airfield, please click here: RAF Northolt Website


Links:

Feedback/Input Presentation link

Feedback/Input Form To Complete