Assignment Airport Noise The Importance Of Managing The Airports Nosies University Of Huddersfield Final Year Assignment

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AIRLINE AND AIRPORT
ECONOMICS AND MARKETING
AIRPORT NOISE NUISANCE
E.MARIGNAN U1667185
WORDS:2536
18 FABRUARY 2019
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I - Executive Summary
The research will deal with aviation noise but more specifically about airport noises, which is
one of the main factors for communities’ complaints around airports. Indeed, a constant
exposure to aircraft noises is negatively affecting health and quality of life of those living
around airports. In fact, the research will explain how the noise can lead to short-term effects
such as sleep disturbance, annoyance, and affecting learning, and long-term exposure is
associated with increased risk of high blood pressure, heart diseases etc. However, ICAO is
providing guidance for airlines/airports to minimize airports noises in order to reduce
community’s complaints.
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Table of Contents
I - Executive Summary ............................................................................................................................ 1
II - Introduction ....................................................................................................................................... 3
III - The different types of noises ............................................................................................................ 3
A) Aviation noises ........................................................................................................................ 3
B) Non-aviation noises ................................................................................................................. 4
IV - The socioeconomic impact of airport noise ..................................................................................... 5
A) The impacts of airport noises exposure ................................................................................... 5
V - The role of ICAO’s noise abatement strategies................................................................................. 7
A) Reduction of the noise at source through technological improvements .................................. 7
Case study 1 ........................................................................................................................................ 7
Stakeholder collaboration – Airbus, Heathrow and NATS partner for quieter flights .................... 7
B) Land use planning and management ....................................................................................... 8
Case study 2 ........................................................................................................................................ 8
Cologne/Bonn Airport: changing a standard departure road to reduce noise .................................. 8
C) Noise abatement operational procedures ................................................................................. 8
Case study 3 ........................................................................................................................................ 9
Continu...

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