Bristol Airport is planning for the future, and now the public can get a first taste of what might be in store for their airport by the mid-2040s.

In the second of what will be a three-part consultation series, Bristol Airport is asking the public for input on its Master Plan, which according to Government recommendations, needs to provide a clear route-map for the next thirty years.

During this consultation, the airport is not only sharing its approach and first steps, but also an initial exploration of specific assets and options for an airport of 2045 and beyond – all of which they are seeking opinion on from the public and stakeholders.

As an international gateway to and from the South West of England, the airport identifies as a distinctly regional airport; its primary goal in this crucial planning stage is to meet the needs of the region, by consulting regularly during the development of its Master Plan and working with partners to improve broader connectivity in the area.

By establishing and maintaining a truly open conversation with their neighbours, customers and stakeholders, they aim to deliver an airport that truly represents the unique and diverse area it serves, and tangible economic and lifestyle benefits to the region as a whole.

Consultation is open until 6th July 2018.

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