Airports, Cities, and the Jet Age: US Airports Since 1945

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Springer, 31 Αυγ 2016 - 291 σελίδες
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This book explores the relationship between cities and their commercial airports. These vital transportation facilities are locally owned and managed and civic leaders and boosters have made them central to often expansive economic development dreams, including the construction of architecturally significant buildings. However, other metropolitan residents have paid a high price for the expansion of air transportation, as battles over jet aircraft noise resulted not only in quieter jet engine technologies, but profound changes in the metropolitan landscape with the clearance of both urban and suburban neighborhoods. And in the wake of 9/11, the US commercial airport has emerged as the place where Americans most fully experience the security regime introduced after those terrorist attacks.


 

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Airports Cities and the Jet Age
1
From 30000 Feet to Ground Level
10
Response to the Jet Age
93
Jets Noise and Unhappy Neighbors
149
Security Hijackings Hare Krishna and September 11
225
References
257
Index
283
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Janet R. Bednarek is a professor of history at the University of Dayton, USA where she teaches classes in both urban and aviation history. She is the author of several books including America’s Airports: Airfield Development Since 1918 as well as articles on American urban and transportation history.

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