Have your say on Edinburgh flight paths

Edinburgh Airport. Pic by Ian Georgeson
Edinburgh Airport. Pic by Ian Georgeson

Residents in Kirkcaldy, Kinghorn and Burntisland are being invited to give their views on Edinburgh Airport’s Airspace Change Programme (ACP) at a meeting in Dunfermline tomorrow night.

Members of the public will have the chance to hear directly from the airport’s director of communications at the public meeting on Wednesday from 6-8pm at Dunfermline City Chambers.

Edinburgh Airport is asking for views on the potential impact of altering flight paths. At the public meeting, Gordon Robertson, director of communications will give a short talk on the ACP project and will then take questions. He will be joined by Erik Geddes, Edinburgh Airport’s communications manager.

Anyone who can’t make it along on the night can take part in the consultation at http://letsgofurther.com before midnight on Monday, September 19.

Following this the airport will develop flight path options, which will then be the subject of further consultation.