CAP1735: CAA assessment of the criteria for call in by the Secretary of State of Birmingham Airport’s April 2018 airspace change proposal

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Reference:CAP1735
Title:CAA assessment of the criteria for call in by the Secretary of State of Birmingham Airport’s April 2018 airspace change proposal
Description:On 30 April 2018, Birmingham Airport submitted an airspace change proposal to the CAA (reference ACP-2016-15), proposing changes to proposing changes to the departure routes from Birmingham Airport. On 13 November 2018, the CAA received a request for the airspace change decision of this proposal to be called in by the Secretary of State and, later that day, the Secretary of State asked the CAA to assess whether the call in criteria set out in the 2017 Secretary of State Directions to the CAA has been met. This report is the CAA’s assessment of these call in criteria as they apply to this proposal.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:13 December 2018
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