Luton Airport to meet with St Albans residents after noise complaints

PUBLISHED: 17:00 24 October 2016

A Ryanair plane at Luton Airport

A Ryanair plane at Luton Airport


Following scores of complaints about increased plane noise, Luton Airport representatives will hold a public surgery in St Albans this Wednesday (26).

Sandridge parish council has invited residents to the event, to be attended by the airport’s flight operations team who will be on hand for information and to answer queries about flight paths and aircraft noise.

The surgery, organised primarily for residents of Marshalswick, Sandridge and Jersey Farm, is being held at Sandridge Village Hall, 39 High Street, from 4-7pm on Wednesday, October 26.

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