Farnborough Airport has become one of the first in the world to ban to planes that make the most amount of noise.
Its owners say it will help those living under the flightpath in in Hampshire and Surrey.
But campaigners say it will make little difference because the number of flights from the business airport are set to almost double.
Mike Pearse has been talking to campaigner James Radley, Brandon O'Reilly, Farnborough Airport's Chief Executive.
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