airspace conflict

airspace conflict

A predicted conflict between an aircraft and active special activity airspace (SAA).
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But the plans were criticised by BIA which raised concerns over an airspace conflict with the Baginton airport.
It believes there would be a potential airspace conflict between the rival sites if air travel rates continue to rise over the next decade.
AIRSPACE conflict between planes using Coventry and Birmingham airports could become a problem, the Transport Secretary has warned.
It believes there would be a potential airspace conflict between an expanded Coventry and increased traffic at Birmingham over the next decade.
But Birmingham Airport spokesman John Morris said today: "At the end of the day, we believe that there is an airspace conflict.
He said the airspace conflict between the two airports had been recognised by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) but stressed the importance of making BIA's expansion plans a priority over Coventry's, in line with a Government's Aviation White Paper.
A Warwickshire MP claims that airspace conflict between Coventry and Birmingham could mean passenger aircraft flying into the city airport at levels of just 2,000ft.
The six district councils believe this would create airspace conflict with BIA and compromise its future growth.
Warwickshire residents, especially in Leek Wootton, are well aware of airspace conflict between Coventry and Birmingham airports,' he said.
BIA, however, has objected to passenger expansion at Coventry Airport because of possible airspace conflict harming its ability to grow, especially with a Government-backed second runway due by 2016.
BIA has already voiced concern about its proximity to Coventry Airport and potential airspace conflict.
This could lead to low-flying planes over 1,000 homes in my constituency, because the only way of managing the airspace conflict might be to keep Coventry traffic below 2,500 feet.