National Aviation Planning Concepts for the Department of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration.
Final rept. 12 Jan-24 Jul 72 on Phase 2.
PEREIRA (WILLIAM L) ASSOCIATES CORONA DEL MAR CALIF
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The report deals with the concern for the future development of aviation to realize its full potential to serve man and his changing life styles and urbanization. Chapter 1 presents three headings under Elements for Planning the changing urban society aviation in society and causes of demand changes. Chapter 2 discusses new relationships as a basis for development, consequences of future demand, and the interaction between aviation and urban form. Chapter 3 is an evaluation of the aviation system and its potential for future development. It divides aviation into seven components airports, aircraft, services, operators, environments, users and influencers. Chapter 4 presents five planning concepts dealing with maximization specialization, intermodal concern, improving the quality of life and classification of aviation system components. Finally, it recommends a series of workshop seminars to pursue each concept in detail. Author
- Commercial and General Aviation
- Administration and Management