Edinburgh flight path consultation begins
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Edinburgh airport is consulting on plans for new flight paths

Edinburgh airport has begun consulting on plans for new flight paths.

Scotland's busiest airport says it will allow for safe and sustainable growth without affecting punctuality.

A trial of a new route across West Lothian was cut short last year after residents complained about noise levels.

BBC Scotland's Lisa Summers reports from the airport.

  • 06 Jun 2016