Last edited 29 November 2010 at 12:00pm

Climate-wrecking plans for a third runway at Heathrow airport have been axed. In a huge victory in the fight for genuine action against catastrophic climate change, the coalition government has cancelled the project. Which means that Airplot, the piece of land slap bang in the middle of the proposed third runway site at Heathrow and collectively owned by tens of thousands of people from around the world, probably won't now be needed.

Campaign updates

New Gatwick owners would like more runways, please

Gatwick will shortly have a new owner. BAA is selling the airport for much less than it originally hoped in order to reduce the company's debt. But the new...
Posted by jamie - 22 October, 2009 - 14:28 -

Third runway grounded? Not quite yet...

How the Sunday Times reported the story 'BAA to give up on third runway' ran the headline in this weekend's Sunday Times and with the recent good news about...
Posted by jamie - 13 October, 2009 - 16:45 -

Tories will 'definitely' scrap Heathrow's third runway

Some promising news from the Tory party conference in Manchester, where they've pledged to dump plans for Heathrow's third runway as part of their election...
Posted by jamie - 6 October, 2009 - 16:39 -

Don't miss the Alistair McGowan railshow!

Impersonator extraordinaire, Airplotter and all-round funny man Alistair McGowan is shortly embarking on a nationwide tour of Britain, and he's going to great...
Posted by jossc - 29 September, 2009 - 16:24

Pigs take flight as airlines claim they'll cut emissions by 50%

Startling news from Willie Walsh of British Airways who is preparing to lift the lid on a deal between aviation bosses to slash their emissions by 50 per cent...
Posted by jamie - 22 September, 2009 - 13:54

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