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Slide show about the Airport's Operational Improvements Programme

 

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Here are copies of the slides used by the Airport's Head of Business Development, Charles Buchanan, in briefing the Airport's Consultative Committee on the Airport's Operational Improvements Programme (5th April 2000).

By the beginning of 2003, having secured planning permission for the improvements, the Airport had implemented those at the Western End (completed August 2002) and work was about to start on the Runway Holding Point.  A date for work to start on the extension of the Apron had still to be fixed.. 

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PLANNING APPROVAL UPDATE
at London City Airport

A Presentation to Airport Consultative Committee

Charles Buchanan
Head of Business Development

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AGENDA

  • Background
  • Recent developments
  • Presentation of the Scheme
  • Future developments
  • Summary

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LCY TEAM

  • Rob Grafton - Environmental Officer
  • Gary Hodgetts - Head of Operations
  • Charles Buchanan - Head of Business Development

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BACKGROUND

  • 1998 Planning consent to increase ATMs to 73,000
  • Need to make alterations to the airfield operation
  • Market developments
  • Improve efficiency
  • Increase ATMs from 36,500 to 73,000 pa
  • Daily ATM limit from 130 to 240 weekdays
  • Limit of 140 per day Saturday and Sunday
  • Operating hours 06.30 to 22.30 weekdays
  • Closure 12.30 Saturday to 12.30 Sunday
  • Opening at 09.00 on Public Holidays

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RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • Refurbished Departure LoungeWorld Books
  • New Offices
  • New Business Centre
  • Renovated Car Park
  • Covered Walkway
  • Restaurants
  • World News

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OPERATIONAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • New Instrument Landing System
  • Arrester Beds
  • New Fire Appliance
  • Reduced APU usage

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ENVIRONMENTAL DEVELOPMENTS

  • Noise Management Scheme
  • Sound Insulation Programme
  • Air Quality Management Scheme
  • Employment & Training Initiatives
  • Operational Improvements Programme (OIP)

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THE SCHEME

  • West End Improvements
  • East Apron Extension
  • East Runway Hold point

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OPERATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS PROGRAMME

Map of OIP

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RATIONALE FOR OIP

  • Market driven
  • Passenger growth slower
  • Movement growth increases
  • Increasing ATC delays

> Aircraft on ground longer

> More stand space

  • Improve handling efficiency

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MOVING ANNUAL TOTAL

Passenger Moving Annual Total

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MOVING ANNUAL TOTAL

ATM - Moving Annual Totals

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IMPLICATIONS OF OIP

  • Will be able to reach already permitted business levels
  • Double employment within airport
  • Further economic growth in the Royals
  • Reduced time of engines running on the ground
  • Fewer “Go arounds”
  • Continued commitment to Section 106 undertakings

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WE ARE NOT……

  • Increasing the number of movements
  • Extending the runway
  • Building a parallel taxiway
  • Accepting noisier aircraft
  • Accepting larger aircraft
  • Changing glide slope
  • Changing operational hours

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FUTURE DEVELOPMENTS

  • Arrivals Refurbishment
  • West End Security Post and improvements
  • DLR

> Concourse redevelopment

> Growth without road traffic increase

  • ExCel

> Employment opportunities

> Road Traffic increase

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SUMMARY

  • Results from previous Planning Permission
  • Needed to fulfill LCY’s potential
  • Facilitate regeneration in the area
  • Reduces impact from ATC delays and go-arounds
  • Enable LCY to meet its promises on employment in the area
  • Consultation

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