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Inquiry closed: report and Government response published.
The inquiry examined the Government's aviation strategy and focused on aviation capacity in the UK.
New airport east of London rejected
The Debate will take place on Thursday 24 October
The Committee has agreed to publish its First Report of Session 2013–14, Aviation strategy
Transport Committee publishes review of the Government's Aviation Strategy
MPs question Environment Agency, London Mayor and Transport Secretary
Transport Committee publishes research commissioned from economic consultancy Oxera
MPs hear from business groups
MPs question the aviation industry
Transport Committee continues its inquiry into the Government's Aviation Strategy
MPs take evidence from representatives of UK registered airlines, foreign airlines, and tour operators
MPs announce first three evidence sessions for Aviation inquiry
MPs launch terms of reference for a new inquiry into the UK's future aviation strategy
Volume I: Report, together with formal minutes.
Volume III: Additional Written Evidence
Volume II: Oral and written evidence
Most, but not all, Select Committee inquiries are conducted as follows:
Not all inquiries result in a Report
Written evidence would be welcome on some or all of these issues and must be submitted by Friday 19 October.