London Heathrow Airport has begun a five-month trial to see if creating noise relief zones for communities under the flight path can ease disturbances for residents. The Early Morning Noise Respite Trial is exploring whether flights—particularly at the beginning of their approach into Heathrow—can be routed in a more defined way, offering more predictability for residents living below. On average, about 17 flights arrive at Heathrow each morning between 4:30 a.m. and 6 a.m. ...

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