National Airspace System Capital Investment Plan

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Aviation System Capital Investment Plan 1996

Author : DIANE Publishing Company
ISBN : 9780788133480
Genre : Transportation
File Size : 84.58 MB
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The official Fed. Aviation Admin. capital investment plan based on mission needs and future concepts. Covers: service areas (airport, terminal, aircraft and aircrew); communications (voice switches, telecomm satellite); facilities (flight service, power systems sustained support); mission support (aircraft fleet modernization, precision automated tracking system); navigation and landing (direction finder, instrument landing system); surveillance (terminal radar program, precision runway monitor); and weather (weather radar, airport surveillance radar).
Category: Transportation

National Air Space System

Author : Gerald Dillingham (au)
ISBN : 1422300609
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In 1981, the FAA began a program to modernize the air traffic control (ATC) system by replacing aging equipment & accommodating predicted growth in air traffic. It has had difficulty for more than two decades in meeting cost, schedule, & performance targets. The performance-based Air Traffic Org. (ATO) was created in 2004 to improve the management of the modernization effort. In Oct. 2004, a panel discussed the factors that have affected FAA's ability to acquire new ATC systems. They identified steps that FAA's ATO could take in the short term to address these factors, as well as longer term steps that could be taken to improve the modernization program's chances of success & help the ATO achieve its mission.

National Airspace System

Author : United States. Government Accountability Office
ISBN : 142230504X
Genre : Air traffic control
File Size : 26.83 MB
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This report addresses National Airspace System status by identifying the challenges that Federal Aviation Administration faces in managing infrastructure, human capital, and financial resources.
Category: Air traffic control

National Airspace System

Author : William Trent
ISBN : UCBK:C101384943
Genre : Air traffic control
File Size : 33.69 MB
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Category: Air traffic control

National Airspace System

Author : Gerald Dillingham
ISBN : 9781437928464
Genre :
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This is a print on demand edition of a hard to find publication. The national airspace system will become increasingly congested over time, imposing costs of delay on passengers and regions. While transforming the current air-traffic control system to the Next Generation Air Transport. System may provide additional en route capacity, many airports will still face constraints at their runways and terminals. This report evaluated regional airport planning (RAP) in metro regions with congested airports. The report: (1) identified which airports are currently or will be significantly congested and the potential benefits of RAP; (2) assessed how regions with congested airports use RAP in decision making; and (3) identified factors that hinder or aid in the development and implementation of RAP. Charts and tables.

Petroleum Marketing Annual 1992

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ISBN : 0788105019
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Contains statistical data on a variety of crude oils & refined petroleum products. Presented are crude oil costs & refined petroleum product sales for 1992. Data on crude oil includes considerable cost & sales information.

Catalog Of Products Services

Author : United States. National Technical Information Service
ISBN : IND:30000090073226
Genre : Technology
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Category: Technology

Rotorcraft Low Altitude Ifr Benefit Cost Analysis

Author : Robert K. Anoll
ISBN : UCBK:C101363617
Genre : Aids to air navigation
File Size : 49.75 MB
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The Rotorcraft Master Plan advocates the establishment of additional communications, navigation, and surveillance (CNS) facilities, as well as the analysis and development of systems to satisfy the increasing demand for widespread instrument flight rules (IFR) rotorcraft operations within the National Airspace System (NAS). The objective of this study is to determine if there is an economic basis for improvement of these low altitude IFR services within the NAS in order to better support rotorcraft IFR operations. The findings of this study will aid FAA decision making in that regard. In view of prior implementation decisions on LORAN-C and GPS, the emphasis in this effort is on communications, surveillance, procedural changes, and avionics. This report is the last of a series of three reports that address rotorcraft low altitude benefit/cost analysis. The other two are: (1) Rotorcraft Low Altitude CNS Benefit/Cost Analysis: Operations Data, DOT/FAA/DS-89/9, and (2) Rotorcraft Low Altitude IFR Benefit/Cost Analysis: Operations Analysis, DOT/FAA/RD-89/10. This final report reviews the operational requirements and constraints for specific rotorcraft missions identified in the previous reports in this series. It also reviews all of the alternatives identified for improving rotorcraft operations. The alternatives considered include additional communications and surveillance equipment, both existing equipment and future systems identified in the Aviation Systems Capital Investment Plan (CIP), and the air traffic control (ATC) procedural changes. A benefit/cost (B/C) analysis is conducted for each communication, surveillance, and procedural improvement identified. When site specific data is available, it is used to calculate actual B/C ratios. When no data exists, a break-even analysis is provided.
Category: Aids to air navigation

Flight Management Systems

Author : Samuel B. Fishbein
ISBN : UOM:39015034289762
Genre : Science
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This work describes the historical evolution of a critical aspect of aerospace technology--avionics and navigation systems--as it relates to aeronautics, flight management, and spaced flight development.
Category: Science

Sport Aviation

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105012328162
Genre : Airplane racing
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Category: Airplane racing

Cost Engineering

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ISBN : UOM:39015040324009
Genre : Cost control
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Category: Cost control