London City Airport
London City Airport is owned by a consortium, made up of AIMCo, OMERS, Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan and Wren House Infrastructure Management.
London City Airport is one of the largest private sector employment sites in the London Borough of Newham, providing interesting and challenging career opportunities for the local community.
Corporate Reports and Publications
A variety of company reports, covering strategy, reviews and the impact the Airport has had on London’s growth.
Our experienced team provides a complete corporate aviation package, including flight planning, weather briefings and landing clearances, slot requests, ground handling, flight watch, cleaning, catering, line maintenance, refuelling, baggage and aircraft handling.
The Future of London City Airport
London City Airport has submitted an application to the London Borough of Newham to make changes to its existing planning permission for the City Airport Development Programme (CADP).
The application follows an extensive 10-week local consultation carried out by the airport last summer. The feedback raised some important issues to local residents which has helped inform some adjustments to the proposals.
The application seeks to:
Increase the current planning cap on the number of passengers from 6.5 million to 9 million passengers per annum by 2031;
Extend operating hours on Saturday from the current closing time of 12.30pm to 6.30 pm, with an additional hour in Summer for arriving flights only, up to a maximum of 12; and
Allow three additional flights in the first half hour of operations on Mondays to Saturdays (6.30am-6.59am) with a new limit of 9 flights instead of the current limit of 6 flights.
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Air Quality and Carbon Management
London City Airport is committed to minimising any negative impacts on local air quality and also to reduce carbon emissions as far as possible. We operate an air quality management strategy which can be found at this link. Air quality monitoring is also continuously undertaken around the airport. To view current air quality in the local area surrounding the airport please click here.
London City Airport has also committed to carbon neutrality by 2030, and to be a net zero carbon business by 2050. We will also work alongside our aviation partners to decarbonise the wider industry.
For our Sustainability Roadmap click here.
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