People living near Stansted Airport have just four weeks to get their views heard on planned changes to its flight paths.
National Air Traffic Services - which is known as NATS - is proposing to direct the majority of flights which currently head south from the airport to go east instead.
NATS insists there will not be any new routes - just new ways of using the existing ones.
The consultation ends on September 8.
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