London City Airport is consulting on plans to modernise its flight paths to allow the introduction of Area Navigation (RNAV), as part of the wider London Airspace Management Programme, led by NATS, the UK’s leading provider of air traffic services. For more information, including details of how to respond to the consultation click here.
Since opening in 1987 London City Airport has developed a wealth of relationships with local communities and contributed significantly to the regeneration of East London. Through regular engagement and communication with local stakeholders, the Airport provides an open channel of communication with those living and working nearby
Airport neighbours are encouraged to take an active interest in the operation. London City Airport recognises that local residents, public bodies, businesses and others are interested in the impact the Airport’s operation has on them and so communication and consultation with them is a priority.
London City Airport has developed and implemented a comprehensive community relations programme that focuses primarily on: consultation and communication; local employment; education excellence; health and wellbeing for work; and charity. This structured programme of engagement has been delivered since 1995 by a dedicated Community Relations Team.
Community engagement activities are delivered in a specific geographical area to ensure that the social and economic benefits of the Airport are shared with those affected by its operation.
|London City Airport Community Relations Strategy||
Community review 2012
If you are a local organisation and think your work fits within the LCY Community Relations Strategy, and would like to submit a sponsorship proposal to London City Airport please read the London City Airport Sponsorship Policy document by clicking here. For all sponsorship requests, please complete the London City Airport Sponsorship Request Form which you can download by clicking here.
Discover how, since opening in 1987, London City Airport has developed a wealth of relationships with local communities and contributed significantly to the regeneration of East London.
London City Airport's Community Programme is delivered by the CSR Team and other airport employee volunteers who have expertise and skills in a variety of fields.
This section covers the regular communication and contact London City Airport has with local people through a wide variety of channels.
To encourage local people to apply for roles at London City Airport, we actively engage with local jobseekers, employment organisations, students, schools, colleges, universities and other supporting organisations in East London through our Local Employment Programme.
London City Airport encourages local people to strive for Education Excellence. See how London City Airport's Programme aids young people and adults back into employment.
Through sponsorship of local health and sporting organisations, we encourage local people to enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle, which will help them to gain and sustain employment.
London City Airport works closely with local charities, sharing time and experience, and raising funds and awareness. Find out about our contribution in this section.
If you are over 16 years old, studying a transport or travel industry course and would like to learn more about an Airport career our Work Experience Scheme could be for you. Find out more about the scheme here.
See the Airport’s community newsletter, Runway News, that outlines current Airport news stories and community projects and explains how the Airport is developing.
Head of CSR & Public Affairs
+44 (0)20 7646 0041
+44 (0)20 3203 2105
+44 (0)20 3203 2105