Kemble Air Services

Kemble - Airspace and arrival procedures

ID: ACP-2016-18

This proposal is for a Permanent airspace change, and is level 1.
Created: 27 September 2018
Last updated: 03 April 2019

Step 3a : Consultation Preparation - This step has been started

During the Consultation Preparation Step, the sponsor plans its stakeholder consultation and engagement, and prepares consultation documents, including the second-phase Full options appraisal with more rigorous evidence for its chosen option(s).

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Purpose of this change

Although called an airspace change, this is simply designing a defined approach procedure for the jet aircraft and commercial helicopters (from small helicopters and business jets to larger airliners) to follow to land at the airport. Currently, these aircraft's pilots define their own approach, which cannot be regularised and means we can provide no altitude safeguards and defined arrival routes to both other airspace users and local communities. This ACP will design and implement internationally recognised approved approach routes and landing procedures for Kemble's runway 26 and runway 08.

Potentially Affected Area

This is the area which may be affected by this airspace change depending on its development. This area may change as the proposal is developed.

Documents for Step 3a : Consultation Preparation

Change Approval for Kemble's ACP Timeline
Airspace change extension justification 
Date added: 03 April 2019

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