Farnborough Airport is proposing a series of extensive changes to controlled airspace in the south-east of England.

A consultation on the changes is now open and will run until 2 May 2014.

One of the areas that will be of particular concern is a proposed Class D control zone – extending from ground level up to 3,500ft – that will virtually block off the western end of the gap between Heathrow and Gatwick.

For more information the details are posted on TAG Farnborough’s website.

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