Our first noise seminar under GIP ownership was held in December 2012.
The event brought together Gatwick's top management team with responsibility for this area and a range of aviation and environment experts. It's aim was to inform the local community representatives, politicians and business partners about current developments and future plans on noise within the airport and airline industry.
A key part of the programme was to launch our Fly Quiet and Clean programme. The campaign outlines our framework and commitment to how noise is managed at Gatwick now and in the future.
Below you can find a list of speakers at the event, along with their videos and presentations.
Capacity debate update:
James Colman, Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability, Gatwick Airport
Launch of Fly Quiet and Clean programme:
Tom Denton, Head of Corporate Responsibility
Watch video - part 1
Watch video - part 2
Neil Harvey, Airfield Improvement Manager, Gatwick Airport
A day in the life of the Flight Performance Team:
Brendan Sheil, Flight Performance Team Manager, Gatwick Airport
Air traffic - how we can make a difference:
Carrie Harris, Head of ATM Environment, NATS
An airline perspective:
Douglas Moule, Flight Operations Manager, easyJet
Environmental benefits of the B787 Dreamliner:
James Whittingham, Environment Manager, TUI Travel
Regulation and the environment:
Justin Rothwell, Regulatory Policy Group, CAA
The bigger UK picture and how we work together:
Kevin Morris, Sustainable Aviation
Keith Bushell, Environmental Affairs UK Stakeholder Manager, Airbus
A community view:
Cait Hewitt, Deputy Aviation Director, Aviation Environment Federation (AEF)
Stewart Wingate, CEO, Gatwick Airport
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