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The Foundational Elements of the FederalAviation Administration Civil Aviation NoisePolicy

April 28, 2023

The Foundational Elements of the FederalAviation Administration
One of the primary environmental issues that significantly influences the capacity and flexibility of the national aviation system is aircraft1 and vehicle2 noise (collectively, “aircraft noise”). 3 The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) maintains a robust program of activities related to aviation noise. The FAA’s approach is multi-pronged, including research and development, regulatory control, and public and stakeholder outreach programs relating to the public’s experience of aviation noise.4 The FAA strives to reduce noise in ways within its purview, but its ability to control the change in aircraft noise exposure is limited.

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Streamline Your Institution’s Edtech Get a Learning Management Platform.

whitePaper | December 31, 2020

Technology has impacted our lives in ways we never imagined, both inside and outside of the classroom. Faculty must learn to not only coexist with everchanging tech, but to leverage it to engage with today’s students and maximise learning outcomes.

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The Magic Triangle of the New Normal

whitePaper | February 1, 2022

The often-used “new normal” alliteration means that new is normal. This holds specifically as practically all companies evolve towards software companies. Read in this whitepaper conclusions from an industry survey on trends that will impact us in 2022 and beyond.

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Thrust through trust

whitePaper | December 15, 2022

The COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 was the most significant disruption ever encountered by the aerospace industry. Nations locked down, flights were cancelled and aircraft were parked and stored. The exceptional scope and speed of the pandemic affected each industry segment: airline, MRO, OEM, vendor and lessor.

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Sustainable Aviation Fuel Certificate (SAFc) Emissions Accounting and Reporting Guidelines

whitePaper | October 17, 2022

Sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) is steadily making its way into the public consciousness of climate solutions. Some of the most influential companies and institutions globally have committed to procuring and using SAF at an ever-increasing scale over the past year

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RESTARTING INTERNATIONAL AIR TRAVEL WITHIN ASEAN

whitePaper | June 24, 2021

In the six months since the white paper was initially written, the ten Southeast Asian countries which comprise the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) have continued to experience passenger traffic declines that are sharper than the global and AsiaPacific averages.

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5 WAYS OPERATORS RETAIN AIRCRAFT VALUE

whitePaper | June 30, 2022

Increasingly, aircraft brokers are expecting the use of electronic logbooks to ensure that records are wellorganized and complete. Advantages of cloud-based record-keeping include 24/7 accessibility, searchability, service milestone alerts, and data security. You also should be diligent about keeping an itemized list of the loose equipment that originally came with your aircraft, as well as storing equipment in an easily accessible, climate-controlled location. Being able to produce all logbooks and loose equipment when it’s time to sell can help boost your aircraft’s value

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Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), designs, develops, manufactures, markets, services and supports the world’s most technologically advanced business-jet aircraft.

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