Community and environment
Our community matters to Edinburgh Airport. We have a strong commitment to the communities around our airport and aim to address any issues of local concern.
We publish a quarterly newsletter detailing our latest news, route announcements and environmental focus. We also deliver this newsletter to 16,500 homes and businesses in our local area. Download our latest community newsletter
Charity of the Year applications for 2019
We’re looking for a new charity partner for 2019. Applications are open now and close on 10 November.
Download application form
Christmas choirs 2018
Edinburgh Airport is offering schools from Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife the opportunity to raise funds for their school by singing Christmas carols during two weeks in December (10-14 December and 17-21 December). Applications are open now and close on 23 November.
Download application form
Freephone noise line
In response to local requests, the airport established a freephone 24 hour telephone line for residents to raise concerns about noise. If you have concerns regarding noise, please call our noise line on 0800 731 3397 (freephone 24/7).
Noise insulation scheme
This was followed with the introduction of noise fining, whereby aircraft that break stated noise thresholds are fined depending on the level of infringement. In 2009 we launched a consultation on a Noise Insulation Scheme for those properties most affected by noise and we started insulating homes in 2010.
Corporate Responsibility Report
Edinburgh Airport has a Corporate Responsibility and Environment Policy and every year we publish a Corporate Social Responsibility report to provide information and data on our economic, environmental, social and community performance. You can read our latest Corporate Responsibility Report here.
The Edinburgh Airport Community Board meets quarterly to review funding applications from our local community. The Community Board consists of key representatives from Edinburgh Airport and the local community and they provide independent evaluations of applications.
Charities or community groups associated with members of the Community Board can still apply for funding, but the Community Board member must declare their involvement and withdraw from discussions and the decision-making process.
For more information, please go to Edinburgh Airport community board
We welcome your feedback about how we operate in our community and the service you receive from Edinburgh Airport. There are many ways for you to get in touch and let us know your feedback:
- Online: By filling out our Feedback form
- Text message: Start your message with EDIFEEDBACK and send to 80800
- Write to: Communication Team, Edinburgh Airport, Capital House, Edinburgh EH12 9DN
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Edinburgh Airport Tower
Edinburgh Airport Tower to find out more about the tower and the criteria for changing the colour of the tower see here.