Consultation outcome

Use of the UK’s existing airport capacity: call for evidence

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

The outcomes from this consultation are included in the final report of the Airport Commission.

Feedback received

Airport capacity: call for evidence

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Detail of feedback received

The Airports Commission received 92 technical responses to the ‘Use of the UK’s existing airport capacity’ consultation. These have been made available. A further 41 non-technical responses were received but have not been published.

The Airports Commission will respond to the issues raised in this consultation in its final report, due by summer 2015.

Original consultation

Summary

We are seeking views on issues influencing the use of the UK’s existing airports capacity.

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Consultation description

In this discussion paper, the Airports Commission are asking for feedback from stakeholders and members of the public on the issues affecting the use of the UK’s existing airports capacity including:

  • their role
  • business models
  • options for increased connectivity as well as constraints

Documents

Use of the UK’s existing airport capacity: call for evidence

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Published 9 June 2014
Last updated 25 September 2014 + show all updates
  1. Release of public feedback to the 'Use of the UK’s existing airport capacity' consultation.
  2. First published.