Protestors want flights at Heathrow to be banned between 11pm and 6am
John Stewart, chairman of the Heathrow Association for the Control of Aircraft Noise, said: "You don't need an alarm clock living under the flightpath. The first plane coming over at 4.30 in the morning is your alarm clock.
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