Research Papers on Air & Aviation

Click on any of the term papers to read a brief synopsis of the research paper. The essay synopsis includes the number of pages and sources cited in the paper.

  • Nigeria, the Unites States and ATC Systems

    This research paper consists of five pages and offers a comparative analysis of the air traffic control systems as they exist in Nigeria and the United States as they relate to the Nigeria role in the overall problem regarding the lack of African airspace ATC systems. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.


    An overview of Indira Gandhi International Airport specifically and the requirements for airport expansion (and design) in general. There are 50 sources listed in the bibliography of this 18-page paper.

  • The Jet Engine's Economic Forecast

    This paper provides an insight into the economic impact and possible future of the airline industry with respect to the jet engine. This five page paper has six sources listed in the bibliography.

  • General Electric TF34, CF34, and Canadair CRJ Regional Jet Engine

    In one page an outline that examines the Canadair Regional Jet's GE TF34 and its commercial CF34 engine in terms of its being quiet and fuel efficient with an accompanying PowerPoint presentation of twelve slides included. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • General Electric's TF34 and CF34 Engines in Canadair Regional Jets

    In four pages the General Electric TF34 jet engine that is featured in the Canadair Regional Jet is examined as is its CF34 commercial counterpart. There is a PowerPoint presentation available with this paper. Six sources are cited in the bibliography and a one page outline is included.

  • The Causative Factors and Impacts of Fatigue

    This paper considers the various factors that can lead to fatigue. Pilots in particular are susceptible to fatigue. There are five sources listed in this eleven page paper.

  • History of the 'Dragon Lady' U2 Military Aircraft

    In five pages this paper discusses the history, specifications, and abilities of the 'Dragon Lady' U2 military aircraft. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Should the ICAO Charter Articles 39 and 39 be Revised?

    This 16 page paper argues that Article 38 and 39 of the International Civil Aviation Authority is outdated. Article 39 states that were there are differences in national standards and the ICAO’s Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs), the country concerned should make a notification. The paper argues that were the national standard is superior that the resulting endorsement that takes place after a notification is unfair and unnecessary. The paper looks at the background and the application of the article’s using examples, before making recommendations in the way the articles could be changed. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • Firefighting and Helicopters

    In ten pages the wilderness and urban uses of helicopters in fighting fires are examined in terms of technology and training requirements necessary. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Development and Marketing of Flying Cars

    The idea of a car that can transform into an airborne vehicle has been around for many years, the writer assesses the progress towards market in 2009/10 and considers marketing approaches that may be applied. Four sources are cited by this three page paper.


    Provides an overview of Jet Airways (India), as well as an overview of airlines regulatory markets in India and Europe. There are 10 sources listed in the bibliography of this 6-page paper.

  • Pollution and the Tourism Industry

    This 20 page paper examines the link between tourism and pollution focusing on air and water pollution. The paper explores how and why tourisms is causing pollution, this includes looking at how tourism is increasing, the ways in which air travel increases the presence of greenhouse gases and the pollutions caused by cruise ships. Other sources of pollution are also discussed with the paper ending by considering the extent of the pollution. The bibliography cites 20 sources.

  • Long term Influences on the Airline Industry and the Position of Easyjet and Germanwings

    This 16 page paper examines the potential future of the airline industry, looking at the political, economical, social and technological influences that may impact on airlines planning, Two no frills low cost airlines are then considered assessing the way that they are performing within this industry, and how looking at how they may deal with the future, the products that they sell and compares the firms financial performance between the years 2004 - 2008. The bibliography cites 25 sources.

  • Airline Industry Trends

    A 6 page paper discussing trends in the global airline industry. Several airlines have made changes specifically targeting the business traveler, but many of the world's leading airlines face survival issues. All airlines are required to address financial, security and customer issues. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

  • Relating Kant's Works to the Dismissal of Air Traffic Controllers

    In six pages this paper discusses President Ronald Reagan's dismissal of air traffic controllers within the context of Kant's philosophy in order to propose that the the people will ultimately determine the long term effects of this decision. There are six bibliographic sources cited.

  • ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme

    An 11 page paper with two sections. The first section discusses and explains the ICAO' resolution to establish a Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) and its subsequent Resolution A35-6, which changes the audits to a comprehensive system approach. The Annexes are identified and how they fit into the new audit process is discussed. The second section discusses how a project for the pre-audit might be established and managed and includes more information about the actual preparation process and tools that would be included. Bibliography lists 9 sources.

  • The Past, Present, and Future of Air Navigation

    In a paper of twenty pages, the writer looks at air navigation systems. Systems from the past and present are examined, as well as future directions. Paper uses twelve sources.

  • How the Aviation System is Put Together

    The aviation system in America is related to systems theory in this paper, which describes the relationship of the various components of the aviation field. Includes tangible and intangible items.This paper has three pages and two sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Recent Changes in Aviation Security

    This 14 page paper examines aviation security in a post-911 era. This paper, written more than five years after the terrorist attack, includes recent sources. The history of aviation security is addressed. An outline is included in addition to a Table of Contents. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • History of Women in Aviation

    In five pages this paper examines the participation and contributions of women in aviation from an historical perspective and includes the effects of war on women’s roles, individual female aviation pioneers, public perceptions, and social impacts. Six sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • International Aviation Safety Standards

    A 7 page paper discussing the International Civil Aviation Organization's (ICAO) influence on aviation safety throughout the world. Standards are initiated either by the ICAO or any member state beginning with a proposal or request. The matter is reviewed by those qualified to make judgments in the operational area the request addresses, who devise a draft of a new standard. New standards are implemented after gaining consensus among the 190 member states; all member states agree to operate according to the requirements of the new standard. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Aviation Management, the FAA, and Y2K Concerns

    In twenty five pages a literature review on the topic of how the Y2K issues could affect aviation industry management. Twenty sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Next Three Decades of Aviation

    In a paper consisting of eight pages the many changes that will be affecting the aviation industry particularly in terms of technology are considered within the context of the next thirty years. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Aircraft Engines and the CFM Engine

    Aircraft Engines are discussed with attention to the CFM type. This type of engine was introduced in the early eighties. This five page paper that utilizes eight references examines the introduction of this engine and how it works.

  • Advanced Aircraft Design Materials

    In four pages this paper considers materials that are utilized in the design of advanced aircraft with stealth technological materials also included in the examination. Four sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Transporting Hazardous Materials by Air

    In eighteen pages the regulation of transporting hazardous materials by air is discussed through the examples of butane lighters and lithium batteries with the many problems related to transport and increased likelihood of accidents also examined with a recommendation that the government find other methods of transporting these materials. There are twenty two bibliographic sources cited. .

  • The Future of Air Traffic Control - NextGen System

    In a paper of eight pages, the writer looks at the NextGen air traffic control system. The impact of this system on the airline industry as well as the national economy is examined. Paper uses eight sources.

  • Some Barriers to Effective Implementation of a Safety Management System within an Airline Environment

    There are many pressures for constant change and implementation of new safety procedures in the airline industry. This 8 page paper looks at some of the barriers, including barriers at national level and the ICAO and the internal organizational barriers to change. The bibliography cites 5 sources.

  • The Changes in Airport Security Through the Years

    In a paper that contains six pages the history of airport security is discussed with the impact of the 911 terrorist attacks also included along with future airport security improvement suggestions. There are five bibliographic sources cited.

  • Aviation Industry's Air and Noise Pollution Management

    In five pages this paper examines what the aviation industry is doing to combat the problems of air and noise pollution. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Airport Construction and Operating Challenges

    In seven pages this paper examines the Athens International Airport and the Denver International Airport in a consideration of airport construction and the operating challenges it represents. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Capabilities and Innovations of the Stealth Bomber

    In six pages this paper compares other aircraft to the stealth bomber in an overview of the bomber's capabilities and innovations. Ten sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Strategy for Emirates Airline

    A 25 page paper discussing Emirates Airline growth and strategy for the future. In 2004, Emirates Air's CEO Maurice Flanagan stated that the airline's order for 90 new, luxury aircraft to be delivered over a period of time extending to 2012 likely would not be sufficient for the airline to meet the demand that its management intended to create by that time. The astounding statement proved to be prophetic. The paper discusses internal and external environments and makes recommendations for the future. Bibliography lists 35 sources.


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