Fourth Generation Aviation Environment Management White Paper
There are two types of constraints on airport growth, physical capacity (terminal and runway), and environmental capacity. Environmental capacity can be expressed as the net of the community’s tolerance for environmental impact, less the impact already imposed by the airport. Environmental capacity is optimised through a balanced programme of impact reduction and community tolerance building initiatives.
The proactive use of impact reduction approaches has resulted in significant outcomes for many airports and remains an important part of any programme, however the increasing use of sophisticated tolerance-building initiatives is heralding the arrival of the new, collaborative, fourth-generation aviation airport environment management.
This new generation of initiatives will be founded on sophisticated information sharing, feedback and empowerment principles and will demand new approaches and new technologies.
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