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Corporate Information >Environment
London City Airport takes environmental management seriously. Managing the impact our operation has on the local and global environment and local communities is a priority for our business. The Airport delivers a wide range of environmental programmes to ensure we can operate and grow in a sustainable way.
We appreciate that living near an airport can sometimes be intrusive.To make enquiry or lodge a complaint, please click here.
London City Airport understands that although air travel is enjoyed by many, aircraft noise can be a disturbance for some. To identify flights in your area and learn more about the systems in place to minimise noise, click here.
Sound Insulation Schemes
London City Airport implements one of the most generous sound insulation schemes in the UK. Since 2009 over 1800 properties have benefited from associated treatments funded by the airport. To find out more and to check if a property is eligible, click here.
Annual Performance Report and Action Plans
London City Airport is required to annually publish a performance report detailing compliance and progress against its section 106 planning agreement. Copies of this report and related environmental action plans can be found here.
Fire & Rescue Service: Training Courses
London City Airport Fire & Rescue Service provides a range of training courses and are able to provide these to any type of business. Click here to find out more.
Airspace Changes and London Airspace Management Programme (LAMP)
London City Airport introduced in February 2016 changes to how aircraft navigate its flight paths as part of Phase 1A of the London Airspace Management Programme. To find out more information, including the consultation documents and the feedback report associated to this work please click here.
London City Airport has strived to achieve a sustainable approach to waste management that encompasses many sources of waste resulting from various activities around the airport. To find out current recycling levels and more, please click here.
Due to the Airport’s unique location and surroundings safeguarding is of particular importance. London City Airport operates a comprehensive aerodrome safeguarding policy to ensure the Airport is consulted on planning applications and any other activities that may affect the safe operation of aircraft. Click here to find to out more.
Sustainable Transport is at the forefront of what makes the airport accessible to over 4 million passengers per year. With direct links to the Docklands Light Railway (DLR), the airport enjoys sector leading public transport take-up rates. Click here to read more.
Many of the new aircraft operating at London City Airport such as the Airbus A318 and Embraer 170/190 are equipped with winglets. These winglets improve aerodynamics and reduce the intensity of the wake vortices and reduce the likelihood of a wake turbulence impacts. Click here to read more.