Stop the concentrated flight paths from City Airport

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We suffer the severe noise and disruption caused by the concentrated flight paths from City Airport. We welcome that the London Mayor Sadiq Khan has agreed that the flight paths are unfair to local residents and we ask that the Mayor backs up his words with action. We ask that the Mayor makes representations to the relevant statutory bodies and to the independent noise regulator to ensure the flight distribution is fair and to stop the suffering of the local communities by any means necessary.


On 4th February 2016, concentrated flight paths were brought in to City Airport that have created noise ghettos in Bow, Leyton, Leytonstone, Wanstead, Redbridge, Barkingside and Collier Row. It has significantly decreased the quality of life of the affected residents. Consultations have revealed blanket opposition to the scheme, but City Airport have shown contempt to the local residents their business so severely affects and ignored calls for change. Mayor Sadiq Khan has spoken out against the concentrated flight paths that are making some Londoner’s life’s a misery but he needs to take action rather than just words.

A detailed explanation of what has changed, the wider area impacted, and why this petition is important, can be found in HACAN East's guide here:

To complain about the flight paths, write to:-  

London Mayor Sadiq Khan:

City Hall,The Queen's Walk,London,SE1 2AA

London City Airport: Environment Manager, London City Airport, City Aviation House, Royal Docks, London E16 2PB
Or call +44 (0)207 646 0200

Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) - information or complaints concerning flight paths:
Directorate of Airspace Policy, K6 G7, CAA House, 45-59 Kingsway, London WC2B 6TE