This call comes after the announcement of the Davies Commission to recommend a third runway at Heathrow.
Mr Bell has hit back however, saying it is actually the Conservatives who are making a u-turn, despite their claims.
Councillor Greg Stafford, Opposition Leader, said: "It will be shocking but not surprising to learn Labour now plans to break their 2014 and 2010 Manifesto pledge to campaign against expansion of Heathrow Airport. After all, they did pledge to keep a weekly bin collection service and only last month approved plans to introduce a forced wheelie bins fortnightly collection service starting next summer.
"Whilst no one will dispute the economic benefits of Heathrow Airport, the increased noise, pollution and congestion for west London from the expansion cannot be ignored. It will be shameful of Labour to now stop the fight against expansion."
Leader of Ealing Council Julian Bell said: “Given the millions of pounds that have been spent on the independent commission, it is only right that we give this detailed report proper consideration.
"We will continue to fight to protect our residents from the noise and environmental impacts of Heathrow, but we also need a successful Heathrow given the large number of jobs it provides.
"The ball is now in the Government’s court and given David Cameron’s 'no ifs, no buts' comments about opposing a third runway in 2009, it would seem that the Conservatives are preparing to make the mother of all u-turns."