Airport and Airway System Development: Hearings Before the Subcommittee on Aviation of the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, Ninety-seventh Congress, First Session, on S. 508 ... February 24 and 25, 1981
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. Subcommittee on Aviation
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ADAP additional administration agree air carrier aircraft airlines Airport and Airway airport development airport system amount annual application approach appropriate assistance Association authorized aviation believe benefit bill budget capacity capital Chairman charge City collected committee concern CONGRESS construction continue costs defederalization effect eligible enplaned equipment existing expenditures facilities Federal fees financing fiscal fuel going Government grant helicopter important imposed improvements increase industry interest International landing legislation levels LIBRARY OF CONGRESS limited look Madam major means meet ment million necessary needs noise operations passenger passenger facility charge percent port present PRESIDENT problems proposed question reasonable receive recommend reduce requirements runway safety Secretary Senator CANNON Senator KASSEBAUM serve share specific sponsor statement terminal Thank ticket tion traffic transportation Trust Fund United
64 페이지 - Administrator under this section, the head of the department or agency having control of the lands in question shall determine whether the requested conveyance is inconsistent with the...
14 페이지 - ... the national defense as determined by the Secre4 tary of Defense, and to meet identified needs of the Postal 5 Service. In reviewing and revising the plan, the Secretary 6 shall consider the needs of all segments of civil aviation, and 7 take into consideration, among other things, the relationship 8 of each airport to (1) the rest of the transportation system in 9 the particular area, (2) the forecasted technological develop10 ments in aeronautics, and (3) forecasted developments in 1 1 other...
202 페이지 - ... and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the US Conference of Mayors supports...
65 페이지 - States in the event that the lands in question are not developed for airport purposes or used in a manner consistent with the terms of the conveyance. If only a part of the...
143 페이지 - hosted" arrangements allow commuters to operate from the gate and terminal facilities of the sponsoring major airlines, which often provide aircraft servicing and other personnel support. At too many airports, however, commuter airlines still must share inadequate, outmoded or outlying space. As commuter airlines assume a larger role in maintaining a shorthaul, feeder network of air service, ADAP funding of public use areas of terminals as well as facilities modernization projects will be necessary...
143 페이지 - stub" runways and other alternative landing sites can also provide much needed future capacity with no deterioration in safety. The commuter airline industry is working to improve direct terminal access for passenger and baggage handling. One of the more exciting developments in this regard is the growing number of shared facility agreements being made between commuters and the major air carriers. These "hosted...
7 페이지 - ... compatible with the 9 operations of such institutions; 10 (C) any acquisition or installation at or by a 11 public-use airport of — 12 (i) navigation and other aids used by 13 aircraft for landing at or taking off from such 14 airport, including any necessary site prepara15 tion thereby required; 16 (ii) safety or security equipment re17 quired by the Secretary by rule or regulation 18 for the safety or security of persons and 19 property at such airport, or specifically ap20 proved by the...
84 페이지 - Thank you very much, Senator. It is a pleasure to be here. I am speaking on behalf of Dr.
143 페이지 - ... communities with their associated hub airports. Where the departing jet air carrier provides two flights per day, commuter replacement levels will be five or more flights per day. Thus, terminal congestion is both a safety and a capacity issue for commuter airlines. We believe it is possible to add much needed new air traffic access by developing "reliever" approach procedures and runways, not to mention satellite airports for general aviation use. There is little reason to queue jet and commuter...