We have an extensive network of members covering areas to the east, west, north and south of the airport concerned with the totality of aircraft noise produced by arrivals and departures, environmental issues, airspace and surface access for Sussex, Surrey and Kent.
In addition to our local objectives, CAGNE is active in the wider issues of UK airspace, and the environmental damage that Aviation causes to Climate Change and air quality worldwide.
Frustration and anger at Gatwick Airport’s attitude towards community concerns over aircraft noise now, 2nd runway and the impact Gatwick is having on the planet. On 13th October 2022, CAGNE, the umbrella aviation community and
Time is Ticking series of online events that Unmasked! The environmental ramifications of Gatwick Airport’s expansion plans Hear from the experts here via the CAGNE YouTube channel Aviation New Technology and Climate Facts
Links and advice on how to complain to Gatwick, your local MP and others
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Gatwick announced plans to rebuild the emergency runway as a second runway by the back door. The public consultation is your only chance to oppose this climate change and noise disaster.
Information about CAGNE’S environmental campaign.
How you can respond to the various official aviation consultations.
CAGNE run an aviation forum for Parish Councils in Sussex & Surrey.
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We strive to ensure that every possible effort is made by Gatwick, Government and the aviation industry to minimise aircraft noise and its impact on local communities.
We strive to achieve fact-based, fair and reasonable distribution of aircraft, thus ensuring fair and reasonably shared noise – NOT moving noise from one community to another.
A list of useful links and contact information for Government, Aviation and Environmental organisations.
We have collated a concise list that helps explain the plethora of jargon and technical language used in the aerospace industry.
See live tracks of planes. Ideal if you want the flight details of a flight you want to complain about or investigate flight tracks.