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NATIONAL AERONAUTICS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY PRIORITIES

March 20, 2023

NATIONAL AERONAUTICS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) was established by the National Science and Technology Policy, Organization, and Priorities Act of 1976 to provide the President and others within the Executive Office of the President with advice on the scientific, engineering, and technological aspects of the economy, national security, homeland security, health, foreign relations, the environment, and the technological recovery and use of resources, among other topics.

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A ROADMAP FOR FLIGHT AUTOMATION IN ADVANCED AIR MOBILITY

whitePaper | January 31, 2022

Skyroads AG, Munich, Germany is developing, testing and implementing an Automated Airspace Management and Vehicle Guidance System (AAVS). It is abundantly clear that a system which helps guide complex, three-dimensional traffic in congested airspace will be needed soon. Legacy ATC systems are not able to support the urban transport mode. Legislators and regulators are expecting the industry to supply solutions. Skyroads is the first company world-wide to make a comprehensive proposal. Fundamental considerations for this solution are found in our previous White Paper “Air Traffic Control for Urban Air Mobility”. The operational tasks to be solved are widely acknowledged within the current deliberations by the industry and the rulemaking bodies.

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The Value of Aircraft Record Accuracy and Data Integrity for Successful Resale

whitePaper | October 12, 2022

It could be said that the amount of paper documentation developed to support the complete maintenance history of any aircraft that’s been in service more than five to ten years would likely fill that aircraft. Yet what is sometimes lost in the creation of those work logs, inspection reports and compliance records is the long-term value of the data that is buried in those documents beyond airworthiness and compliance records

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GUIDE TO GETTING THE BEST AIRFARES

whitePaper | November 2, 2019

At Flight Centre Business Travel, our consultants and bookers are the heart and soul of the company; they know everything there is to know about business travel, which is why we’ve named them our Travel Experts. As experts, one question they get asked frequently by clients is: “how do I get the best airfares?” The answer to that, however, really depends on what a “best airfare” looks like for your company. Are you after the cheapest flights possible, regardless of which airline you fly with? Do you want flights with a preferred airline, that are depart at specific times or are from a preferred airport? Does your company’s travel policy allow for upgrades on long haul or overnight flights – and if so, are you looking for the best fares for Business or First Class?

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FAA Safety Briefing

whitePaper | May 4, 2022

When I joined the FAA nearly a quarter century ago as an Aviation. Safety Inspector in the Scottsdale, Ariz. Flight Standards District OfficeI was excited to start a new phase of my aviation career.

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A SIMPLE GUIDE TO CORPORATE AIRLINE REWARD SCHEMES

whitePaper | November 17, 2019

If you travel a lot for work, then you’ll know about airline reward schemes. These programmes encourage travellers to book again and again with the same airline, collect loyalty points and exchange them for benefits such as discounted fares and free upgrades. But did you also know that in addition to these frequent flyer schemes for individuals, there are also airline reward schemes for companies? These corporate reward schemes are a great way to maximise the value of your company’s travel spend, while benefitting your travellers at the same time.

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Implementing successful public policies to shape the sustainable future of the aviation industry

whitePaper | September 1, 2022

It is time to reinvent ourselves. We have reached or exceeded several limits, such as the limit on the availability of natural resources, the limit on healthy human-nature interaction, and the limit on the generation of wealth decoupled from consumption and conscious production. The Anthropocene Epoch, marked by the extraordinary growth of our population and constant economic growth, has resulted in unprecedented rates of biodiversity loss, carbon accumulation in the atmosphere, and drastic changes to our climate.

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