It was very obvious that sooner or later, TAG would hit one or more of those limits and would be back for more. All that was not known, was which limit it was and how soon it would happen.
A couple of years ago, TAG claimed they had already reached the weekend limit and were having to turn flights away. Sir Donald Spiers, then chairman of TAG Aviation, claimed in May 2006, that TAG had turned away 3,000 flights, at a cost of £1.25 million to TAG.
TAG Aviation lodged a planning application to double weekend and bank holiday flights.
The Rotten Borough of Rushmoor, the local planning authority, received 1660 objections, only nine were in favour.
Rushmoor said no, the planning committee voted by five to two to reject the application from TAG.
The application went to appeal and a planning inquiry was held.
The decision of the planning inquiry, only just published, was to give TAG Aviation the green light.
According to the planning inspector, economic factors overrode any consideration for local people. The inspector even went so far as to make the ludicrous claim that traffic noise masked out the sound of the aircraft!
The only economic factor was TAG's profitability.
The claimed economic advantage locally can be seen by the fact that the two nearest town centres, Farnborough and Aldershot (both under the mismanagement of the Rotten Borough of Rushmoor) lie derelict.
The government could have stepped in and overruled the Inspector. Ministers chose not to.
So much for the government's commitment to a reduction in greenhouse gases.
Aviation is now the fastest growing source of greenhouse gases.
Business aviation, with its low load factors, is the worst contributor.
Farnborough Airport is a business airport. Its main customer base is global corporations and wealthy Middle East Arabs.
Farnborough Airport is a key component of globalisation.
No sooner had the green light been given, TAG Aviation announced a massive expansion at Farnborough. They now wish to see the overall limit on flights removed.
Last year's climate summer camp took place outside Heathrow. The smart choice for this year would be outside Farnborough Airport timed to coincide with the Farnborough International Airshow, the focus being on climate change, globalisation and the arms trade.