London Southend Airport publishes new price list to incentivise quieter and cleaner aircraft
London Southend Airport has introduced a new tariff incentivising the use of quieter and cleaner aircraft – its latest step as part of its Connecting Communities commitment.
The new noise surcharges, that include significantly higher fees relating to night-time operations, will help encourage the use of quieter planes and daytime operations.
The airport has also introduced charging to encourage cleaner aircraft with a NOx Emission Surcharge of £3.50 per kg NOx per movement.
Glyn Jones, CEO, London Southend Airport, “The new price list reflects our focus on actively reducing community and environmental impacts to ensure we can continue to operate sustainably, whilst maintaining our excellent service and standards.”
The new price list was effective from 1 October 2021.
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About London Southend Airport
London Southend Airport, ranked the best London airport by consumer group Which? six times and voted the best UK airport (under three million capacity) by the Airport Operator’s Association in 2019.
Serving close to 2.3 million passengers in 2019, London Southend offered services to around 40 domestic and European cities. The terminal has its own railway station, less than 100 paces from the main entrance, with up to six trains an hour at peak times to central London, taking just 53 minutes to Liverpool Street and 43 minutes from Stratford. All airport car parks are located minutes from the terminal entrance.