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Luton Airport owners want yet more growth
Aspirations for a further doubling of capacity at Luton Airport have been made public by Luton Borough Council and its subsidiary company LLAL which owns the airport. The owners set out a vision for 36 million passengers and 240,000 flights a year.
>> Luton Airport further growth

Why is there so much more aircraft noise from Luton Airport these days?
Luton Airport is getting busier far more quickly than we were told it would when Luton Borough Council gave it permission to double its capacity. Why? Because the Council’s airport holding company LLAL incentivised rapid growth by discounting the concession fee payable to operate the airport. Click for details about 66% more flights, more noisy hours in the day, larger and noisier aircraft, and how to complain >> Aircraft noise

Tell the Civil Aviation Authority what you think about noise from Luton Airport !
The CAA is running an online survey and wants to hear from people affected by aircraft noise to get a better understanding of the cause and what they want done about it. You can find the survey on the link below – it only takes 5 minutes so PLEASE fill it in:

Who are we and what do we do?
LADACAN stands for the Luton And District Association for the Control of Aircraft Noise. We are members of the Airport’s Consultative Committee and we fight against aircraft noise and further expansion of Luton Airport, given that its planes overfly so many rural towns and villages as well as Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty. To find out more about what we do and to join LADACAN, click here >> About us

To download our recent newsletter, click this link >> LADACAN newsletter

LADACAN fully supports the creation of an independent aircraft noise regulator and new legislation compelling airports to reduce noise by forcing airlines to fly quieter planes, by banning the noisiest aircraft, and by restricting night flights. We have co-signed a strong statement by the Aviation Communities Forum >> ACF statement

LADACAN submitted a report to the CAA RNAV Post-Implementation Review process which highlights the issues with flight concentration >> Runway 26 RNAV PIR

Links to other allied Luton Airport campaign groups:
St Albans Quieter Skies (STAQS) –
Save our Skies St Albans –
Harpenden Sky –