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During the pandemic, the number of flights in and out of Newcastle Airport (and across the globe) has fallen dramatically.  The benefits for the environment and global warming have been significant and the reduction in noise pollution has been huge BUT the UK government is now removing almost all pandemic restrictions.

The aviation industry - including Newcastle Airport - is in dire financial straits and is desperately trying to claw back its losses, trying to get back to where it was before covid.

Noise will get bad again and emissions will rise and help to further accelerate global warming
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Newcastle Airport drop off charge rises to £4 for 10 minutes.  Airports make vast sums from car parking that underwrite their running costs

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International flights have been ommitted from UK carbon budget calculations until now, skewing CO2 emission calculations.

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Piecemeal plans for expansion at UK airports threaten efforts to limit climate change.

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Emissions from aviation and associated activities are affecting the environment badly.  Only a small percentage of people in the UK and across the planet use aviation but its effect is much larger and damages us all

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How and why the noise from Newcastle Airport become worse for people living close to flightpaths.

If you want to complain click here.   If you want to support our campaign to reduce Newcastle Airport's noise and environmental impact, click here
 

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Aviation - flights from and into Newcastle Airport - can affect your health wherever you are.

 

Find out how this happens and what the risks are