Gliding club in Lasham
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Farnborough airport plans criticised

Plans by Farnborough Airport to take control of more of the skies over north Hampshire have come under fire.

It already has permission to double the 25,000 flights it currently handles each year.

It is also proposing to change some of the flight paths and wants greater control over all aircraft in the surrounding airspace, prompting concern from one of the country's leading gliding clubs in nearby Lasham.

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