The link doesn't work. However, if this link says something else than the official page - both are worthless as a source...
The official page of what?
I was trying to send you to the AIP which if you were a pilot trying to fly through the airspace of the United Kingdom you would know.
NATS the National Air Traffic Service derives from NATCS the National Air Traffic Control Service In 1992 it was recognised that as a service provider NATS should be operated at a distance from its regulator, the CAA. With that in mind, NATS was re-organised into a Companies Act company in April 1996 and became a wholly owned subsidiary of the CAA.
This is their information for pilots and operators issues as a United Kingdom AIP for EGPD section 2.3 Operational Hours sub section 12 remarks:
Delayed fixed-wing aircraft scheduled to operate 0610-2230 (Winter)
0510-2130 (Summer) must request extended opening by 2100 (Winter)
2000 (Summer). All other fixed-wing traffic must request extended
opening with at least 24 hours notice.
Fixed-wing aircraft operating between 2300-0600 (Winter) 2200-0500
(Summer) must be Quota Category 4 or below as defined in the
Department for Transport, Noise Restrictions Notice for London Airports
published bi-anually as a Supplement.
Prior arrangement required before 2100 (winter), 2000 (summer) for
scheduled delayed flights (international flights and domestic flights
carrying interlined international passengers and their effects). Nonscheduled
flights require prior arrangement with a minimum of 24 hours
Fuelling: Outside of operational hours AVTUR JET A-1 is available with
This is no longer open for discussion I have provided the Civil Aviation Authority information for Aberdeen Airport this is the actual factual information from the real world