Aviation – Thesis Type Research Project

Topic Aviation – Thesis Type Research Projec

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Introduction According to an article published in 2017 by the UK Telegraph, there are an estimated 23,600 aircraft in service. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), a United Nations (UN) body, says that the “global air transport network” doubles in size at least once every 15 years. Boeing, one of the world’s biggest aircraft manufacturers, says that there is a need for 39,620 new planes over the next 20 years, so by 2037 there should be about 63,220 aircraft in the world (minus older ones that slip out of service). In the European Union (EU) the target is to decrease greenhouse gas emissions by 20% in 2020, and by 40% in 2030 and by up to 80% in 2050 (all based on 1990 figures) The Project With this in mind, and the fact that the world is committed to a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and a reversal of global warming: Write a research paper (Thesis styled) on the ways in which the aviation as a collective industry can reduce harmful emissions in various aspects of the industry. This can include Airlines, Airports, Manufacturers and Maintenance Organisations. Also look at Rules and Regulations that can be enforced by Regulatory bodies worldwide. Introduce yourself and interview at least one company (or companies) to find out if they are aware of, and if so, what they are doing long term to improve their internal processes and assist in reducing harmful environmental waste. Guidelines 1. “The purpose of a thesis paper is to identify an issue, establish what your stand is on a particular aspect of that issue, and to present compelling evidence in the form of interview quotes, statistics, comparative studies and detailed analysis that support your position. The biggest mistake that most students make in their development of thesis papers is in retelling facts that have already been assembled by others instead of putting those facts under deeper scrutiny in order to derive their own conclusions about whether the actions/outcomes were right or wrong. Source: http://classroom.synonym.com/what-is-a-thesis-paper-12151114.html


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