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The impact of airport design, development, operations, and funding sources on Airport systems.
Design & Technology
Pages 1 (251 words)
Since the U.S. aviation was not properly developed in the early 19th century because there was no rule applying on who should fly the plane and who should guarantee the passengers’ safety, there was great need for the federal government to make such regulations that would best cater to the security requirements of the civilians in order to gain public’s trust.
Thus, to build new safety standards and maintain them to the highest level, an Act regarding aviation safety was passed on May 20, 1926. The Act made great beneficial impacts upon the airport design, development, operations, and funding sources. According to this Act, all aircraft should be properly checked and certified in order to be suitable for flight. The Act emphasized that the federal government should take measures to build more airports according to the most modern designs. The federal government was also instructed to devise strategies regarding aircraft altitude separation. One main focal point of this Act was to build and maintain new airways. Navigational facilities were also required to be improved. “Under this act, the government supplied money for air navigation facilities so that the routes would become safer to fly, day and night” (U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission, 2010). The website of U.S. Centennial of Flight Commission states that the development of airports is a true example of government caring for its people’s safety. The improved aviation operations enabled the aircraft to go on extended flights which it did not before this Act because there were more accidents in the early nineteenth century and no detailed investigation was performed. ...
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