Gatwick NATS consultation closes tomorrow

Residents have until tomorrow to submit their views on Gatwick Airport’s proposed flight path changes.

A joint consultation between NATS and Gatwick Airport into airspace changes is due to end tomorrow, 21 January, and local people – those living in Sussex, Surrey, Kent, Essex, Suffolk and Hampshire – who may be affected by the proposed changes have been urged to provide feedback on the proposals.

The south of England’s airspace is one of the busiest in the world and the Gatwick NATS consultation is the first stage of a wider programme of proposed changes which will deliver the UK’s Future Airspace Strategy (FAS) due to come into effect in 2020.

Anyone wishing to comment has until tomorrow to do so and should visit for more information.