§ Ms Glenda Jackson
To ask the Secretary of State for Transport (1) if he will list the airlines that have received fines for breaching noise restriction regulations at(a) London Heathrow, (b) London Gatwick, (c) London Stansted, (d) Birmingham, (e) Manchester, W Liverpool, (g) Edinburgh and (h) Glasgow airports, indicating the number of fines imposed and the total amount of the fines per airline in the last 12 months; 
(2) if he will list the number of fines imposed for breaches of noise restriction regulations at (a) London Heathrow, (b) London Gatwick, (c) London Stansted, (d) Birmingham, (e) Manchester, (f) Edinburgh and (g) Glasgow airports, for each year since 1990 to date. 
§ Mr. Norris
The Secretary of State may set requirements for limiting noise at airports designated for the purposes of section 78 of the Civil Aviation Act 1982. The only airports so designated are Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
The noise limits are 110 PNdB (97dBA) by day (0701–2300) and 102 PNdB (92dBA) by night (2301–0700).
From 1 April 1993 at Heathrow and Stansted and from 1 May 1993 at Gatwick the airport companies have imposed financial penalties for breaches of the night noise limits and are progressively introducing financial penalties for the breaches of the daytime noise limits. Information on breaches of the noise limits and on the fines collected is provided by each of those airport companies to their respective airport consultative committees. A summary would be impractical because the information is provided on a different basis by each airport.
At other airports noise mitigation measures are the responsibility of the airport operator.