Our Community Tools section includes: Guidance for Prospective Home Buyers, information about How an Aircraft Works, a listing of Frequently Asked Questions, a Link and Learn page for learners of all ages to find out more about aviation, noise, the environment and science, a Glossary of Terms, and Links to Airports.
NoiseQuest has developed the NoiseQuest NQ Explorer is our map based interface to airport data and websites. Users can search for an airport, link to an airport noise management program and more.
Date: 30 September to 3 October 2014
Location: 999 University Street, Montréal, Québec H3C 5H7, Canada
Registration: Online Registration NOW AVAILABLE>
Focused around the theme of "Building Cooperation for the Future of Civil Aviation: Innovation, Growth, and Technical Cooperation", ICAO's first-ever Global Aviation Cooperation Symposium (GACS) will provide ...
FAA Press Release September 13, 2013
WASHINGTON, DC – U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx today announced that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected a team of universities to lead a new Air Transportation Center of Excellence (COE) for alternate jet fuels and the environment.
Led by Washington State University and MIT, the COE will explore ways to meet the environmental and energy goals that are part of the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen).
Edwards Air Force Base residents on their attitudes toward sonic booms produced by an F-18 aircraft.
Ongoing Research Efforts
There are many research efforts being conducted on the effects of aviation noise. These efforts are investigating ways to reduce the effects of noise. This section includes just a few examples of the ongoing research.
Continuous Descent Arrival
Continuous Descent Arrival is a cockpit based flight technique that involves the continuous, gradual descent of aircraft on a constant slope at idle or at minimal low power settings.
Future Outlook: A Quieter Airplane Design
Can airplanes be redesigned to be virtually silent? MIT and Cambridge universities are working to create an aircraft that cannot be heard outside of airport boundaries.