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Airports Commission final report and supporting documents

Airports Commission's final report and supporting documents on increasing airport capacity in the UK.

The final report sets out the Airports Commission’s:

  • assessment of the 3 shortlisted options for expanding the UK’s aviation capacity
  • recommendations to government as to which of the options best addresses the UK’s capacity and connectivity needs

A business case and sustainability assessment containing the supporting evidence base has been published alongside the final report.

Final report

  1. Airports Commission: final report

Consideration of consultation responses

The Airports Commission has also published ‘Consideration of consultation responses’ and ‘Consideration of air quality consultation responses’. These provide an overview of the consultation responses received and explain how it has responded to the points made. Alongside these reports the Airports Commission has also published a further analytical report on responses to the consultation produced by its consultants.

  1. Increasing the UK’s long-term aviation capacity
  2. Airports Commission: air quality assessment

Technical reports

The Airports Commission has also published a series of technical reports either to update existing analysis, or as entirely new pieces of research.

  1. Airports Commission final report: strategic fit
  2. Airports Commission final report: economy impacts
  3. Airports Commission final report: local economy impacts
  4. Airports Commission final report: surface access
  5. Airports Commission final report: noise
  6. Airports Commission final report: air quality
  7. Airports Commission final report: carbon
  8. Airports Commission final report: quality of life and community
  9. Airports Commission final report: cost and commercial viability
  10. Airports Commission final report: operational efficiency

Announcements

  1. Airports Commission releases final report
Published 1 July 2015