ONLY MY THESIS IS DUE BY THAT DATE. So I would rather have the rest of the paper at a later date if thats rushing it. For the research paper, you must demonstrate an understanding of the course topics by evaluating an aviation organization’s leadership style, as demonstrated by a particular person (e.g. military General, politician, social change figure), project (e.g., Boeing 737 max, ATC NextGen), incident (e.g., United 232, Air Florida Flight 90 or 1977 Tenerife Accident), leadership theory (e.g. Myers Briggs, 16 Personalities, case studies), or action/reaction/inaction relative to market changes. Through your research and analysis consider the following questions, although they are not required content: Identify what was the organizational/leadership style of management. Did the organizational culture or specific leaders demonstrate risk-taking or risk-averse behaviors? Does the organization have a published set of values and if so, what are they? Have these values changed because of an internal or external incident? Has leadership changed and/or company culture changed? Consider how leadership principles discussed in this course may support the evolution of the current aviation and aerospace industry. examples: “The immediate cause for the crash of Colgan Air 3407 were the actions of the pilot in response to an impending stall, however this paper will demonstrate the cultural and leadership failures that contributed to the accident, well before it took flight.” or “This brief paper will demonstrate that inadequate training, organizational safety culture, and executive leadership were three contributing factors to the crash of Colgan Air Flight 3407.”
Consider that you are a writer for a widely distributed aviation magazine. Your boss has charged you with writing an article on employment trends in the industry. For example: If you want to be an Aviation Maintenance Technician are there any gaps or surpluses in that field? If so, where are they? Your article must be 2-3 pages, not including the title page and reference page. Through the lens of your chosen career field address the following elements: Identify the major contributors/companies in your career field. Which of these companies are currently/actively hiring? Examine the impact of employment trends on the industry, explaining what it means for those just entering the field. Explain gaps or surpluses in that field. APA format required. Your article/paper must be supported by a minimum of three scholarly references, should be grammatically sound, and free of spelling errors. You must include a properly formatted title page, in-text citations where appropriate, and a reference page formatted according to current APA guidelines. If you have any questions regarding APA requirements, please refer to the current APA manual or ask your instructor.
In the Data section of the Density Altitude Experiment Worksheet are three tables. Each table provides five different scenarios of sea level pressure, station pressure*, temperature, and dew point temperature for the given airport. Recall that the dew point temperature is a measure of the air’s water vapor content. After analyzing the differences in the airports and the scenarios, develop a hypothesis (i.e., make a prediction) for how the differences in airport elevation and the different scenarios of pressure, temperature, and dew point temperature will impact the air density and the density altitude. First, think about the effect of the airport elevation alone on air pressure and density, and the density altitude. Then, for each scenario in a given table, consider how the calculated value of density altitude should compare to the airport’s elevation. Type your hypothesis in the Hypothesis section of the experiment worksheet. For each scenario, enter the required input data** into the NWS Density Altitude Calculator (NOAA) (Links to an external site.) to calculate the density altitude. Be careful to match the correct units on the density altitude calculator with the units of the given data. Enter the calculated density altitude in the table. *Station Pressure vs. Sea Level Pressure Station Pressure – the actual air pressure as measured at the station, and the pressure value used in the density altitude calculator. Sea Level Pressure – station pressure corrected to mean sea level. This is basically an altitude correction to the actual air pressure at the location so that pressure readings between locations with different elevations can be compared. Observing the difference between station pressure and sea level pressure at a given location gives you a sense of how elevation alone affects air pressure and air density. For reference, in a standard atmosphere (Skybrary), (Links to an external site.) the air pressure at sea level is 29.92 in. Hg, and, in the lower atmosphere, air pressure decreases at a rate of about 1 in. Hg per 1000 feet of elevation gain (review the discussion of air pressure in Chapter 1). See Chapter 8 for more details about the differences between station pressure and sea level pressure. **The NWS density altitude calculator is valid for any location. The calculator input data is: station pressure, air temperature, and dew point temperature. The input data does not include the station (airport) elevation. Verify this by inspecting the density altitude formula (PDF) (NWS) (Links to an external site.) used by the calculator. Think about why the station elevation is not needed to calculate density altitude if the station pressure is known (hint: recall how air pressure changes with elevation, from Chapter 1). Conclusions After completing the tables, analyze your results, then draw some conclusions by formulating a short discussion for each of the prompts 1-5 below. Type your discussions for each of the prompts in the Conclusions section of the experiment worksheet. Evaluate the correctness of your hypothesis based on the experiment results. After making a rough comparison of the “average” (ball-park) density altitude value for each airport, explain why station elevation has the greatest impact on the value of the density altitude. Analyze the data for each airport/station elevation separately to determine which factor – station pressure, temperature, or dew point temperature – has the MOST affect on density altitude. Provide some justification for your answer. Analyze the data for each airport/station elevation separately to determine which factor – station pressure, temperature, or dew point temperature – has the LEAST effect on density altitude. Provide some justification for your answer. Make the appropriate choices below (High OR Low) to create the combination of factors that creates the highest value of density altitude: High/Low station elevation High/Low temperature High/Low dew point temperature Then, develop a sentence that summarizes the conditions that create a high density altitude situation.
You will submit a 12 to 15-page (including cover page & references), double-spaced research paper in APA format, using the rubric in Module 8 as a guide. You will identify current issues, regulations, and practices, and address related legal considerations on your chosen topic, using proper legal terminology throughout Subject is Emirates Airlines but with a comparison to Delta in the U.S. a. Describe the airline, its aircraft fleet, route structure and number of employees. b. Determine whether the airline is organized as a corporation with private ownership or is owned by the national government. c. Identify the governmental agency or authority responsible for regulation of the safety of the airline’s flight operations in its home nation. d. Describe the certification requirements, including minimum flight time, if any, for commercial airline flight deck crewmembers in the airline’s home nation. e. Identify the governmental agency or authority, if any, empowered to regulate the routes flown, rates charged, and other economic aspects of the airline’s flight operations. f. Determine the extent to which the airline’s fleet consists of owned vs. leased aircraft g. Identify and describe all accidents involving an aircraft operated by that airline since 1/01/2000, including the probable cause of each. h. Determine whether the airline’s pilots and maintenance personnel based in the airline’s home nation are represented by a labor union or unions and identify and describe any strike activity that may have disrupted airline operations since 1/01/2000. i. If neither the airline’s pilots nor its maintenance personnel are represented by a labor union or unions, discern whether a law of the airline’s home nation accounts for that and, if so, briefly describe that law.
This week we are exploring the global nature of the aviation industry. As we have seen, international collaboration plays a pivotal role in the economic growth and overall success of this increasingly global industry. For this assignment, you will create a presentation on an international agreement, explaining how it has impacted the industry. Your presentation must include a minimum of five slides but no more than eight, not including the title slide or reference slide. It must have embedded audio and include speaker notes. Keep in mind that as a minimum your presentation must: Identify an international agreement between the United States and another country. Analyze the impact of the agreement on the global aviation industry. Determine if updates to the agreement will be needed in the future.