By Janet R. Bednarek
This e-book explores the connection among towns and their advertisement airports. those very important transportation amenities are in the neighborhood owned and controlled and civic leaders and boosters have made them crucial to sometimes expansive financial improvement desires, together with the development of architecturally major constructions. besides the fact that, different metropolitan citizens have paid a excessive cost for the growth of air transportation, as battles over jet airplane noise resulted not just in quieter jet engine applied sciences, yet profound adjustments within the metropolitan panorama with the clearance of either city and suburban neighborhoods. And within the wake of Sep 11, the USA advertisement airport has emerged because the position the place american citizens so much absolutely event the protection regime brought after these terrorist assaults.
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In November 1971, Cooper commandeered a Northwest 727 flying between Portland, Oregon, and FROM 30,000 FEET: AIRPORTS AND AVIATION HISTORY SINCE 1945 37 Seattle, Washington. He said that he had a bomb and threatened to blow up the plane if his demands—$200,000 and four parachutes—were not met. When the plane landed in Seattle, authorities gave Cooper his money and the parachutes. Cooper then ordered the pilot to fly to Mexico, with the understanding that the plane would have to refuel en route.
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The price of a barrel of FROM 30,000 FEET: AIRPORTS AND AVIATION HISTORY SINCE 1945 21 oil soared from approximately $15 to nearly $40 (approximately $129 in 2014 dollars), dramatically increasing the price of gasoline and jet fuel. Although oil prices began to decline as early as 1980, in July 1981, the US economy entered a deep recession that lasted 18 months. The recession was marked by high interest rates and high unemployment, the latter peaking at nearly 11 % just as the recession officially ended in November 1982.
Airports, Cities, and the Jet Age: US Airports Since 1945 by Janet R. Bednarek