Residents living near Gatwick Airport could be getting some respite from aircraft noise. Plans about changes to the airspace have been published by Gatwick bosses and air traffic control company NATS.
The changes could mean less noise for residents, with aircraft climbing higher and more quickly on take-off and staying higher for longer when landing.
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