The CAA has today published its decision not to approve Leeds Bradford Airport’s Airspace Change Proposal (ACP).

Executive Summary

Objective of the proposal

This document details the UK Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) decision regarding Leeds Bradford Airport’s (LBA) Airspace Change Proposal (ACP) to introduce new Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs), Instrument Approach Procedures (IAPs) and to expand Controlled Airspace (CAS) around the airport. The ACP was submitted on 18th December 2018.

Summary of the decision made

1. The CAA has decided not to approve ACP 2015-10.

Next steps

2. Should the sponsor decide to address the issues identified, any future submission must follow the current ACP process as documented in Civil Aviation Publication 1616.

The CAA CAP1805 Decision is available here: CAP1805 – Leeds Bradford Airport ACP2015-10

The CAA have also published a Consultation Assessment: CAP1805A Consultation Assessment