CAP1117: CAP 1117 Heathrow Airport Operational Freedoms Trial: The Civil Aviation Authority’s supplementary views on Heathrow Airport’s end-of-trial report

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Reference:CAP1117
Title:CAP 1117 Heathrow Airport Operational Freedoms Trial: The Civil Aviation Authority’s supplementary views on Heathrow Airport’s end-of-trial report
Description:Heathrow Airport's Operational Freedoms Trial tested whether additional operational flexibility – in the form of tactical use of enhanced arrival and departure flow rates in limited circumstances – would benefit Heathrow’s resilience to disruption and facilitate recovery. The CAA was asked by Government to oversee the trial. This report provides separate and independent analysis on the way the trial was run and on Heathrow Airport's conclusions.
Status:Current
Review Comment:None
Version:1
Date:18 October 2013
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