Airport Regulation, Law, and Public Policy: The Management by Robert M. Hardaway

By Robert M. Hardaway

The dramatic upward thrust in air site visitors, including speedy residential and advertisement improvement round our metropolitan components, has strained the ability of airports to serve the general public adequately and successfully. Hardaway's booklet explores this challenge intensive. Drawing on either the hands-on services of execs within the box and an intensive grounding in legislations and public coverage, it appears to be like on the legislation governing airport improvement and addresses the complicated regulatory and coverage concerns surrounding the development, growth, and operation of airports.

Beginning with a evaluate of airport law from 1903 onward, Hardaway examines elements of regulatory strength, together with federal and native authority, neighborhood proprietorship, and electorate' matters. Chapters on airport making plans, financing, and operation were contributed through specialists with functional event in those fields. The query of civil rights in employment and industry pageant is usually thought of. different subject matters addressed are neighborhood, kingdom, and federal rules of noise; responses to the terrorist danger; the airport as a public discussion board at no cost speech and the workout of faith; the economics of rules; and the effect of anti-trust laws. delivering optimistic proposals for coverage improvement in addition to distinct research of present difficulties, this ebook may be acceptable interpreting for college students, educators, and pros concerned about air transportation improvement, administration, coverage, and law.

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25 This is because, as stated in Burbank, such control nevertheless directly affects the use of navigable airspace and is thus preempted by pervasive federal regulation. 26 It is the extent of those powers that was left unresolved by the Court in Burbank. Why then has Congress not resolved this issue by either explicitly defining the reach of noise abatement law (and thus the limits of proprietary powers to regulate noise) or giving the FAA full authority to establish uniform noise abatement rules (and thus preempting even proprietary regulations)?

1st Sess. 454 (1975) (statement of William J. Jordan) [hereinafter cited as Kennedy Hearings]. 110. SNOW, THE PROBLEM OF AIRLINE RERULATION AND THE FORD A D M I N I S - History of Airport Regulation 31 TRATION PROPOSAL FOR REFORM, in P. MACAVOY & J. SNOW, REGULATION OF PASSENGER FARES AND COMPETITION AMONG AIRLINES 3 (1977). [hereinafter cited as HARVARD PROJECT]. 111. Dempsey, supra note 19 at 120. 112. Id. 113. CAB order 78-4-113. 114. CAB order 78-2-71 (1978) at 29. 115. Congressional Record § 5849 (April 19, 1978), cited in Dempsey, supra note 19 at 133.

At 105(a)(b)(l). 77. , Stephens v. , 2 Av. L. REP. (CCH) (20 Av. Cas) 17,584 (Cl. Ct. Dec. 17, 1986); State v. 2d 733 (Alaska 1987); and cases cited therein. 78. S. 84 (1962). 79. AIRPORT OPERATIONS COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL, SURVEY ON LOCAL NOISE USE RESTRICTIONS (1987) [hereinafter cited as AOCI SURVEY], cited in Gesualdi, Airport Noise, 16 HOFSTRA L. REV. 214, 220, at n. 37 (1987). 30 Airport Regulation, Law, and Public Policy 80. See 14 CFR 1, Part 36 (1-1-89 Edition). 81. See Hardaway, supra note 35 at 62-66.

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