Town’s low flying anger

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Bawtry residents who live under the flightpath of aircraft taking off and landing at nearby Robin Hood Airport are unhappy with training flights that regularly bring aircraft across the town at low altitude.

The most recent aircraft to carry out practice flights around the town is owned by easyjet and passed over the town for several hours on a number of mornings.

Irate residents say they have a right to a reasonable standard of life and the training flights contribute to making life worse.

Complaints have been lodged with the Environmental Adviser with Peel Airports, the Airport Consultative Committee and Doncaster Council.