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Anger over Gatwick flight path trial

13 August 2014 Last updated at 07:19 BST

Campaigners in Kent, Surrey and Sussex who are fighting plans for new flight paths into Gatwick Airport, claim a public consultation into the plans, which closes on Thursday, is flawed.

Gatwick acknowledges some people will see more planes overhead but argues the plans to concentrate passenger aircraft on narrower flight paths is part of a wider EU plan and is needed to ease congestion in the skies.

South East Today's Business Correspondent Mark Norman spoke to campaigner Martin Barraud and Tom Denton, Gatwick's head of corporate responsibility.

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