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Airport Crash/Fire/Rescue (CFR) Service Cost and Benefit Analysis. Volume I. Text.
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION WASHINGTON DC AIRPORTS SERVICE
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Primarily to improve the chances of human survival in the event of an aircraft accident at an airport, airport authorities throughout the country maintain a crashfirerescue CFR service. Such a service has, in fact, since 1972 been required of certain airports under Federal Aviation Regulation Part 139, Certification and Operations Land Airports Serving CAB-Certificated Air Carriers. To assist the Federal Aviation Administration in its evaluation of airport safety programs, HH Aerospace Design Company, Inc., has prepared an analysis of the costs and benefits of CFR services at all public use airports throughout the country. This analysis does not attempt to assess the impact of Part 139 requirement on aviation safety, but simply presents the data required by the FAA to consider future policy regarding CFR in the presence of an everchanging aviation environment.
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