Welcome to SASIG

The Strategic Aviation Special Interest Group (SASIG) is a group of 40 local authorities, comprising a population of around 13.5 million people, all with an interest in strategic aviation issues. 

SASIG seeks to ensure that any national aviation strategy for the UK is implemented through regional planning guidance and other planning processes so as to reconcile economic, social and environmental issues in a sustainable way.

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News Highlights

Heathrow Airport – reports busiest ever month in July 2010 and introduces termporary changes to runway alternation
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Gatwick Airport – publish environmental strategy and contractor chosen for airport improvements
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Manchester Airport – tram link to city centre by 2016 is approved
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London City Airport – CityJet extend Brive flights
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Stansted Airport – on target for zero landfill waste
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Oxford Airport – announce new apron development
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