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Airport Consultative Committee

What is the Airport Consultative Committee?

The Consultative Committees provides a forum for the exchange of information between Bristol Airport and interested parties, including consultation and feedback on current operations and future developments.  It is independently chaired and membership comprises stakeholders from local communities, business groups and airport users.  

Message from Barry Hamblin, Chairman
Barry Hamblin Airport Consultative Committee Chairman

“I was appointed Chair of Bristol Airport’s Consultative Committee in July 2016. The role of the Committee is to improve the understanding between the Airport, neighbouring community, local authorities and any special interest groups. The quarterly meetings of the Committee provides a forum where all parties are able to discuss a wide range of topics including airport development, airport operations, passenger experience, surface access, government consultations, noise and other environmental issues. The meetings are generally open to the public and we welcome interest in what we do.”

When does it meet?

Meetings take place quarterly and are held in Lulsgate House.  All meetings are held on a Wednesday and commence at 14:30 hours.

Anyone wishing to attend a meeting must write to the Consultative Committee Secretary in advance and provide details of name, organisation represented and the reason wishing to attend the meeting. The request will be reviewed and response will provide necessary details regarding visitor passes and car parking.

Next meeting date(s)
Get in touch

If you have any queries please email [email protected].


View and print agenda and minutes from past meetings

Government guidance

Guidelines for Airport Consultative Committees

Related groups

Environmental Effects Working Party