CAP1731: Aviation Strategy – Noise Forecast and Analyses

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Title:Aviation Strategy – Noise Forecast and Analyses
Description:The Department for Transport is developing a new Aviation Strategy and commissioned the CAA to undertake four analysis in support of the strategy: noise limits, noise forecast, emerging technologies and ambient noise. This report covers the first two items and presents a feasibility study of implementing airport noise limits nationally and locally, including pros and cons that noise limits may create. It identifies the level of noise in the shorter/medium (2025) and in 2030, 2040 and 2050. The report also includes two sensitivity analyses to understand what would be impact if older fleet was substituted faster and if the rate of technology improvement was accelerated.

Review Comment:Version 2 includes correction of Luton airport noise metric results for 2025, 2030, 2040 and 2050. The effect on the overall findings is summarised in the Revision History.
Date:28 February 2019
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