Norwich Airport puts Air Livery expansion plans on show

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Air Livery's proposed expansion hangars at Norwich Airport
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Air Livery is planning to build new hangars at Norwich Airport

People are being asked for their opinions about an aircraft-painting company's expansion plans at Norwich Airport.

Air Livery wants to build five hangars as part of a new 160,000 sq ft (15,000 sq m) production and head office facility.

It is claimed the expansion could create as many as 150 jobs.

People can see the plans at the airport and have their say on them on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Planning permission for the hangars is due to be submitted in January, airport chief executive Andrew Bell said.

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