Wednesday 8 (approx. 18:30) - Thursday 9 July (21:30): Proposed strike action is likely to cause severe disruption on London Underground services. Docklands Light Railway (DLR) services will not be affected and London City Airport station will be open. London Overground and TfL rail services are also set to run as per usual but are likely to be busier than normal. All passengers are advised to check their journey before they travel and allow additional time to get to their destination. For more information please click here.
London City Airport has regular communication and contact with local people through a wide variety of channels.
These channels include:
The LCACC provides a forum to monitor and discuss all aspects of the operation and development of the Airport, and especially its impact on, and opportunities for, people living and working in the surrounding area. The committee is made up of a balance of representatives from local authorities, public bodies, local residents and Airport users. Meetings are held quarterly and the committee’s agendas and minutes are published on the committee website. Click here to visit the LCACC website www.lcacc.org.
The ATF was created in 1999 in response to Government guidelines set out in the 1998 White Paper - ‘A New Deal for Transport – Better for Everyone’. It is designed to improve and sustain access to the Airport. The Airport Surface Access Strategy, developed and implemented in conjunction with the ATF, details short and long term plans to increase the use of public transport by staff and passengers.
In 2009, London City Airport committed to a range of further measures to reduce the environmental impact of the Airport’s operation through its Section 106 Planning Agreement. The new London City Airport Travel Plan forms one of these measures and is currently in draft form awaiting approval by the London Borough of Newham.