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1. Aviation Noise
Description: By one measure, it has been a success: over the last four decades, the number of people in the U.S. exposed to aviation noise has dropped substantially, even as the number of flights has soared. However, even with this success, aviation noise is and remains a concern for many communities.
2. Aircraft noise pollution - Wikipedia
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3. Aircraft Noise - International Civil Aviation Organization
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5. America's Leading Community Voice on Aviation Noise Issues
Description: N.O.I.S.E. advocates for federal policies to reduce unreasonable levels of aviation noise through a combination of quieter aircraft, increased noise abatement resources, and the opportunity for local communities to contribute to airport expansion decisions.
6. Noise | UK Civil Aviation Authority
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7. Sources of Aviation Noise - Pennsylvania State University
Description: There are many different sources in and around an airport that produce noise.The most commonly known source is an aircraft, and the first thing you may think of when recalling aircraft noise is the engine.Technology has reached a point where there are few things that can be done to decrease the noise of the engine.
8. Funding & tenders - European Commission
Description: Ensuring that airports will have the capability to respond to the growing traffic demand requires more systematic approaches to aviation noise management bringing together technological, operational and planning solutions. To address these challenges, stronger coordination between national, international and EU research activities is necessary.
9. Aviation Noise - politics
Description: Aviation noise is unwanted sound generated by aircraft, and it is a serious and growing problem in the UK. As airports expand and air services increase, more and more homes are exposed for large parts of the day to a persistent background noise from aircraft.
10. PSU Noisequest
Description: 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. Read more