Thursday, March 26, 2009

London City Airport Larger Noiser Planes, E-190 Trials Expected Sat 28 March

Remember when London City Airport's disingenous Chief Executive Richard Gooding said there wouldn't be bigger planes at London City Airport?

Never trust him or London City Airport as the LIE whenever they think they can get away with it.

The Embraer E-190 is a bigger plane, and is expected to be operating trials at London City Airport on Saturday so that it can gain certification. This is to replace the RJ-100's and RJ-85's that currently fly in and out of London City Airport for BA and other carriers. The RJ series of plane is also the plane that had the crash landing incident back in Feb 2009 when the front landing gear collapsed from a hard landing. This it seems is not uncommon if you go to You Tube and type in "London City Airport hard landings". These are only the ones that have been filmed, how many more have there been?
The Airbus 318 is the other new larger, noiser Jet that British Airways hope to be using for first class flights to New York at the end of this year.


If you would like to hear how things will be for east and south east Londoners if the "RUNAWAY" expansion at London City Airport that Sir Robin Wales and his substandard councillors support, at ANY COST, then why not take a trip down to the Royal Docks this Saturday?

Cameras, camcorders and noise readers at the ready......