PAPER planes, each bearing the likeness of transport secretary Ruth Kelly, will be thrown as part of a protest against the Government's continuing support for a third runway.
Hundreds of people are expected to gather outside the Department for Transport, in London, on Thursday for a flash mob similar to the one which took place on the opening day of Terminal 5.
At 11.03 many will reveal the same red T-Shirts bearing the Stop Airport Expansion slogan and then at 11.05 everybody will throw a paper plane at the building - also containing an anti-expansion message.
The Flash Mob is part of a day-long search for Ruth Kelly, who protesters have accused of hiding from anyone opposed to the expansion proposals being supported by BAA and the Government.
It follows the biggest protest at Heathrow ever seen, in which over 3,000 people created a giant NO on land that would be bulldozed to make way for a third runway.
A spokesperson for the Flash Mob said, "Despite the fact that she is proposing just about the biggest-ever expansion of Heathrow, Ruth Kelly refuses to talk with residents and campaigners. So we are bringing our messages to her in our own special way.
"The difference between us and Ruth Kelly is that we will clear our mess away. We are pledged to pick up the planes afterwards so there will be no litter left. Ruth Kelly, by contrast, will cause irreversible damage to the planet if she gives the go-ahead to the expansion of Heathrow."