At Bristol Airport we’re very aware of the impact aircraft noise can have on those living under our flight paths and near our site. That’s why we work hard to monitor and mitigate the levels of noise made, wherever possible.
Draft Noise Action Plan 2019-2024 consultation from 10th July 2018 - 2nd October 2018 – we need your views!
Our first Noise Action Plan covered the period from 2010 to 2015, and our second from 2014 to 2018. This is our third Noise Action Plan covering the period 2019 to 2024 and where applicable, includes actions beyond this time period. This Noise Action Plan is open to public consultation and therefore we would be grateful for feedback from all stakeholders including members of the public. Our consultation runs from the 10th July 2018 until the 2nd October 2018 for 12 weeks; which during this time this document should be considered as a draft for comment.
This draft Noise Action Plan (2019 – 2024) has been updated to continue to comply with the requirements of the European Union (EU) Environmental Noise Directive 2002/49/EC (END) and, where applicable, other related UK government regulations. This is the main purpose of an airports Noise Action Plan to effectively plan, manage and where possible reduce the adverse effects of aviation noise associated to our operations.
Therefore, if you would like to respond on this latest draft Noise Action Plan (2019 – 2024) please provide your responses either by sending an email to:
or in writing to:
Noise Action Plan Consultation, Bristol Airport Bristol BS48 3DY.
We will collate all responses made during this consultation and update where appropriate based on feedback received. A full consultation report will be provided as an appendix in the final Noise Action Plan (2019 – 2024). Thank you for reading and providing us with your feedback.
General Noise Topics
Want to know more?
You can read our current Noise Action Plan here. This sets out our goals from 2014 to 2018.
Find out about key noise topics in our factsheets below:
Noise: Frequently Asked Questions
Ever wondered where our aircraft fly? You can view real radar tracks from the past few weeks using our Tracker tool here.