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Legal Aspects of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Boom in The United States
ISSN: 0148-7191, e-ISSN: 2688-3627
Published February 01, 1971 by SAE International in United States
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The first part discusses federal legislation and regulations as they relate to aircraft noise abatement. The comprehensive and pervasive federal scheme is emphasized.
The second part summarizes attempts by state and local entities to control aircraft annoyances through altitude, noise level, and curfew ordinances.
The third part discusses the power of an airport proprietor with respect to enforcing aircraft noise abatement measures.
The fourth part discusses the availability of injunction and damage suits in dealing with aircraft noise.
The fifth part relates the needs for and obstacles to land use planning for aircraft noise abatement purposes.
The sixth part discusses the legal basis for claims for damages based upon sonic boom.
CitationChristopher, W., "Legal Aspects of Aircraft Noise and Sonic Boom in The United States," SAE Technical Paper 710333, 1971, https://doi.org/10.4271/710333.
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- McCormack William F., “Legal Aspects of Military Sonic Booms.” Published in P-37, “Aircraft and the Environment.” New York: Society of Automotive Engineers, Inc., 1971, paper 710336.
- Christopher Warren, “The Legal Role of States, Local Governments and Airport Proprietors in Regulating Aircraft Noise.” Published in P-37, “Aircraft and the Environment.” New York: Society of Automotive Enginers, Inc., 1971, paper 710334.