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MOVEMENTS 2019Aircraft movement are up 2% this year so far. January and May had their busiest time ever but February, March and April all fell below expectations This June promises to be the most active ever with 3,400 movements predicted.Part of the reason for the increase in activity in the temporary closure of RAF Northolt for repair and upgrade. It will be closed until the end of October. It sees an average of 40 movements per day and these flights and now looking for new facilities.Construction of the new Gulfstream facility is on target to be in operation by the time of the FIA in June 2020. The site has been cleared, groundworks are in progress, erection of the steel framework has started and will be completed by September.Gulfstream already has an operation at the airport, based in the Bay 6 Hanger. This is a lead-in or mobilisation operation, designed to generate customer awareness, provide support and infra-structure network and, importantly, building the employment and skills base. Gulfstream see this as a ‘bridge-head’ to the commissioning of the full operation next JuneJuly 2019
The next meeting of the Farnborough Aerodrome Consultative Committee will be held at 2.00pm on Thursday 31st October 2019 at Rushmoor Borough Council Offices Farnborough.