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operator may be charged more for a takeoff by a stage 2 aircraft than for the same operation by a stage 3 aircraft Alternatively, the fee may be higher for a night departure than for a day departure by the same aircraft To be effective, however, the fee structure must be set high enough to affect airport user decision making
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Federal aviation noise regulations are identified in a number of forms The highest form of regulations are those set forth in various parts of Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) This section of the federal code is called the Federal Aviation Regulations (FAR) The FAA also publishes orders and advisory circulars Orders are procedures to which FAA staff must adhere in performing their responsibilities To the extent that FAA approves actions by others in the aviation industry (airports, airlines, etc), the orders apply to them as well Advisory Circulars are printed documents which provide useful guidance and information often related to the FAR or FAA orders
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FAR Part 36 sets noise standards that aircraft must meet to obtain type and airworthiness certificates for operation in the United States [39] First promulgated in 1969 for application to civil subsonic turbojets and large (over 12,500 lb) propeller-driven aircraft, the government subsequently amended the regulation to address civil supersonic aircraft, small (not over 12,500 lb) propeller aircraft, and rotary-wing aircraft such as helicopters FAR Part 36 also prescribes the procedures for aircraft manufacturers and others to use in measuring aircraft noise for certification purposes The FAA publishes companion Advisory Circulars which present measurement results [25, 31, 38] In 1977, the certification limits were made more stringent, leading to the classification of aircraft into three groups known as stages Stage 1 aircraft are those that were flying before the regulation was initially adopted and were never required to meet level limits when they were first issued Stage 2 aircraft are those that met the original (1969) noise emission limits but not the revised (1977) limits Stage 3 aircraft are those newest, quietest, types that must meet the revised limits The regulation requires that aircraft meet gross weight based noise limits at three locations Figure 14-8 shows the required measurement locations for turbojet and large propeller aircraft These are under the takeoff path 6500 m from brake release, under the approach path 2000 m from runway threshold, and along the flight track sideline 450 m from the runway centerline (650 m for older turbojet aircraft) The sideline measurement is at the point of maximum sideline noise In practice this is normally to the side of takeoff, not landing
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FIGURE 14-8 FAR Part 36 noise measurement locations (Federal Aviation Administration [39] )
Figures 14-9 through 14-11 show the original Stage 2 noise limits and the lower stage 3 limits for each of these three locations Shown with the limits are several examples of the actual certificated levels for a variety of different aircraft Note that some of the quieter types include the McDonnell-Douglas DC-8-70 series, DC-9-80s (also known as the MD-80), and the Boeing 757-200 and 767-200 FAR Part 36 certification noise levels are published and regularly updated in Advisory Circulars [25, 31, 38]
EFFECTIVE PERCEIVED NOISE LEVEL (EPNdB)
CONCORDE DC-8-51 707-320B 747SR
STAGE 2 LIMIT 108 106 104
727-200
747SP
100 93 90 89 80
4-ENGINE DC-10-10 727-200-QN 3-ENGINE L-1011-500 DC-10-30 DC-9-30 2-ENGINE BAC-1-11-200 737-200 DC-5-71 DC-9-50 A-300B4 F-25 BA 148-200 757-200 757-200 FALCON 20 CITATIONS DHC-7
747-200 101
STAGE 3 LIMITS
MAXIMUM GROSS TAKEOFF WEIGHT (x 1000 LBS)
FIGURE 14-9 FAR Part 36 certi cation levels for takeoff noise (Federal Aviation Administration [38] )
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737-200 DC-9-30 737-200QN
DC-5-51
707-320B CONCORDE
STAGE 2 LIMIT
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727-200
727-200QN F-28 A-300B4 DC-9-30QN 757-200 757-200 DC-5-71 BAC-1-11-200 BA 145-200 FALCON 20 DC-9-50 DHC-7 CITATION II
DC-10-30 747SR DC-10-10 L-1011-500
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