There is a difference between thinking about something and thinking through something. Consider this statement, “More people die annually from the stress of the time change from Daylight Savings to Standard Time, than from sharks.” Explain what you think about that statement and then explain how you would think through that statement.
This is an assignment that you’ll have to answer the review questions by the end of chapter #1 and chapter #4. Chapter one name is: The Airline Industry: Trends, Challenges and Strategies. Chapter 4 is called : Air Transportation: Regulators and Associations. The questions will be provided in the files section, and you find the answers in both chapters #1 & #4. You do bot have to be an expert in aviation, but knowing English is enough.
The Passenger Facility Charge (PFC) Program was implemented as part of the Aviation Safety and Capacity Act of 1990. Read the following two documents highlighting the original intent and current debate surrounding the PFC Program:
Airline Passenger Facility Charges: What Do They Mean for an Ailing Industry by S. Imes/Journal of Air Law and Commerce (PDF) ( https://scholar.smu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=1382&context=jalc )
CEI: OnPoint: Modernizing the Passenger Facility Charge to Increase Airport Investment, Reduce Federal Spending, and Save Travelers Money (PDF) ( https://cei.org/sites/default/files/Marc_Scribner_-_PFC_Modernization_Can_Increase_Airport_Investment%2C_Reduce_Federal_Spending%2C_and_Save_Travelers_Money.pdf )
Prepare a case analysis essay titled: “PFCs: Pros or Cons – Should They Be Raised to Pay for 21st Century Airport Infrastructure?”
Please do questions number 1 and 3 as shown in the document. And question number 1, the (air cargo revenue management)should be based in Hong Kong. please add in-text citations and references. each question write about 750 words, so In total should be around 1500. both questions should be related to the Hong Kong aviation industry. Please refer to the rubrics while doing it.
Each student is required to write a six (6) to eight (8) page paper (not
including the title page, abstract, and references) on a topic of your
choice in the discipline of system safety application. Your research
must show how System Safety Concepts are being applied or could be
applied, to an existing system that was introduced after an accident
occurred. As an example, the Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) was
developed because pilots were flying aircraft into terrain due to loss
of situational awareness, not mechanical problems. Throughout the
course, we will be discussing the use of System Safety Management
techniques in aviation and non-aviation settings. Your topic should be
specifically on aircraft systems in real-world situations that were
introduced based on accidents. Your topic may be on any system from
real-world situations that were introduced based on/following accidents.
These elements should be included in your outline:
Maintenance project design
Design and development
Repair and retrofit
Maintenance program operation
Paper – Use white, twenty-pound, 81/2- by 11-inch paper. Erasable paper tends to smudge and should be avoided for a final draft. Margins: Except for page numbers, leave one-inch margins all around the text of your paper — left side, right side, and top and bottom.
Paragraphs – These should be indented half an inch; set-off quotations should be indented an inch from the left margin (five spaces and ten spaces, respectively, on standard typewriters).
Spacing – The MLA Guide says that “the research paper must be double-spaced,” including quotations, notes, and the list of works cited. Heading and Title: Your research paper does not need a title page. At the top of the first page, at the left-hand margin, type your name, the instructor’s name, the course name and number, and the date — all on separate, double-spaced lines. Then double-space again and center the title above your text. (If your title requires more than one line, double-space between the lines.) Double-space again before beginning your text.
Title – The title should be neither underlined nor written in all capital letters. Capitalize only the first, last, and principal words of the title. Titles might end with a question mark or an exclamation mark if that is appropriate, but not in a period. Titles written in other languages are capitalized and punctuated according to different rules, and writers should consult the MLA Guide or their instructors.
Page Numbers – Number your pages consecutively throughout the manuscript (including the first page) in the upper right-hand corner of each page, one-half inch from the top. Type your last name before the page number. Most word processing programs provide for a “running head,” which you can set up as you create the format for the paper, at the same time you are establishing things like the one-inch margins and the double-spacing.
This feature makes the appearance and consistency of the page numbering a great convenience. Make sure the page-number is always an inch from the right-hand edge of the paper (flush with the right-hand margin of your text) and that there is a double-space between the page number and the top line of text. Do not use the abbreviation p. or any other mark before the page number.
Tables and Figures – Tables should be labeled “Table,” given an arabic numeral, and captioned (with those words flush to the left-hand margin). Other material such as photographs, images, charts, and line-drawings should be labeled “Figure” and be properly numbered and captioned.
I did a rough draft submission on the topic, however it is not very good. I need help making this a “A” research Paper on Runway Incursions – How to mitigate Accidents
The following are the detailed instructions for your Final Research Paper. Must be 10 pages with at least 10 sources
APA version 7 formatting must be used.
Your first draft paper will consist of all sections except the abstract section. (First Draft with Instructor Comments Attached)
Please use the APA briefing as a checklist to ensure that you have no APA formatting
Please proof read your paper.
For Literature Review papers, be sure to include the following sections:
Background (Literature Review)
References (at least 10 references)
You must have at least 10 pages
For Research Proposals papers, be sure to include the following sections:
Background (Literature Review)
Hypothesis (along with expected outcomes)
References (at least 7 references)
You must have at least 7 pages
main WEBSITE: https://lessonslearned.faa.gov/ll_main.cfm?TabID=1&LLID=28&LLTypeID=0
NOTE: This case study explores three separate accidents involving the de Haviland DH-106 Comet 1 aircraft, G-ALYV at Calcutta, G-ALYP at Elba, G-ALYY at Naples, and fatigue testing accomplished on G-ALYR. All three accidents encountered inflight breakups with no warnings.
For this case study analysis, do not create a separate report for each accident, but rather compare commonalities and combine this series of accidents into a single report.
CASE STUDY break down:
-Title or Cover Page
-Introduction or executive summary
-Primary Causal Factor(s) of the Accident
-Contributing Factors to the Accident
-Structural and Mechanical Factors Related to the Accident
-Relevant Human Factors and/or Organizational Factors Related to the Accident
-Outcomes of the Accident
-Risk Mitigation or Reduction Strategies
-Conclusion or Summary
You will analyze this case study in terms of mechanical and structural factors and provide a technical report which analyzes this accident case study (usually five or more pages including a title page and reference page). This written assignment will be formatted as a research paper, using Times New Roman, 12-point font and double-spacing between lines of text. All sources should be cited using the APA style and format. Papers must be grammatically sound and free of spelling errors.
Assume you are an Aircraft Designer at an aircraft manufacturer that makes Transport Category airplanes in the United States. This manufacturer has offered you the task to create a ‘clean-sheet’ design (meaning that this will be an entirely new aircraft design, not based on any current aircraft models in existence). You realize before you receive any of the mission requirements for this new aircraft, there are regulatory constraints that must be met in the design of this new aircraft. You need to discuss some aspects of these regulatory requirements placed on aircraft designed, manufactured, and certificated under 14 Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs) part 25 rules.
Let’s also say this manufacturer has a new CEO who is not familiar with the aircraft design and manufacturing process. You have been tasked to brief this new CEO on the regulatory requirements imposed on aircraft certificated under 14 CFR part 25. Choose your method of communicating this information; it can be either a short essay/memo, a presentation, or a video. Keep in mind that this CEO has a reputation of falling asleep during long briefings, so make your briefing lively and direct.
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In this activity, examine the “systems” for degradation and be prepared to discuss potential sources/causes and repercussions of system failures. This may include fuel, hydraulics, landing, navigational, flight controls, electrical, or structural damage in the wreckage itself. Access the Virtual Hub and enter the Crash and Hangar Labs. Use any tools that may assist you to help examine the systems.
Crash Lab Observations
Whenever possible, use cause and effect relationship when recording evidence as you go through the crash site and to answer this question:
Did you detect any obvious failure modes or conditions that may have affected the flight?
Export your findings to the Word document and save it to your folder.