CAP1766: Emerging Aircraft Technologies and their potential noise impacts

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Title:Emerging Aircraft Technologies and their potential noise impacts
Description:DfT is developing a new Aviation Strategy to look at aviation’s challenges with the aim “to achieve a safe, secure and sustainable aviation sector that meets the needs of consumers and of a global, outward-looking Britain” and will set out the long-term direction for aviation policy making to 2050.

In view of the new Aviation Strategy, the objective of this report is to review the potential noise impacts of future technologies in the Aviation Strategy. This includes a literature review of the noise associated with the development of electric aircraft, supersonic aircraft, drones and spaceplanes.

It discusses and proposes an interim approach to the management of their noise impacts in the early years of their operations.

Review Comment:None
Date:1 March 2019
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