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Describe in 4 to 5 pages the following:

Describe in 4 to 5 pages the following: – The Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport history. Include the airport:
– National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) classification
– description of its management staff and organization. – Compare and contrast Atlanta airport’s type, ownership, and roles to other airports. – Explain public relations, political and social roles associated with Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Describe in 4 to 5 pages the following:

Describe in 4 to 5 pages the following:
– The Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport history.
Include the airport:
– National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) classification
– description of its management staff and organization.
– Compare and contrast Atlanta airport’s type, ownership, and roles to other airports.
– Explain public relations, political and social roles associated with Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Aeronautical Management

Describe in 4 to 5 pages the following:

Describe in 4 to 5 pages the following:
– The Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport history.
Include the airport:
– National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) classification
– description of its management staff and organization.
– Compare and contrast Atlanta airport’s type, ownership, and roles to other airports.
– Explain public relations, political and social roles associated with Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport.

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Aeronautical Management

 the turnitin tool in d2l is turned on for you to submit prior to paper submission.

AERO 1230
APA Paper specifics READ CAREFULLY 
 Due on Sunday, Oct. th, Submit through the dropbox labeled “Paper” on D2L.
Late papers will not be accepted.
 Must follow APA guidelines. Some helpful sources: The handout on D2L, APA manual, and
owl.english.purdue.edu
 If there are no in-text citations throughout the entire paper and/or no
reference page it will result in automatic failure for the assignment
 Title page + 5 FULL pages of content + Reference page
-Abstract not required. If you do include an abstract, this will not count towards your 5
pages of content
-For each page short of 5 full pages there will be a deduction of 20 points (Half a page
short results in a 10 point reduction).
 At least 5 sources and 3 must be scholarly references such as journals, books, and similar sources
other than websites. These 3 scholarly references may be online format.
 12 font, Times New Roman, 1 inch margins
 Do not write in first person (I, me, we, etc.), rather write your paper in third person (he, she,
they, the researcher, etc.)
 Try to summarize and paraphrase more than utilizing direct quotes. (In other words, avoid
excessive direct quotations in your paper) You will have a higher matching score of the turnitin
if you use too many quotes.
 Limit to 1 block quote (block quote is a direct quote of more than 40 words)
 Do not use Wikipedia as a source. Online blogs and forums are also not acceptable sources for a
collegiate paper
 Plagiarism results in failure of the course (refer to course syllabus for more information).
-Example of plagiarism= Copy and paste from internet.
-Using someone else’s words without giving them credit (correct way: providing a
citation with author’s last name, year of publication, and if it is a direct quote also include
the exact page number from which the quote was derived).
-Self plagiarism- using a paper you wrote in another class
 The Turnitin tool in D2L is turned on for you to submit prior to paper submission. 20% or
higher matching for turnitin will result in a zero on the paper and perhaps a zero in the
course. You can submit to this as many times as you like. I will know the LAST submission is
the one you want me to grade. NO MORE THAN 19% PLAGIARISM!

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Discuss each solution, who you would need to contact to implement the solution and

Instructions
Task 1: You are the Head of Customer Relations at Rose-Water National Airways. Your department has received multiple complaints about how customers are being treated on flights. Customer complaints include poor quality food, cold coffee, no tea, broken safety belts and rude Air Stewards.
1. Have a meeting to discuss these problems.
2. Create/establish two potential solutions to each of these problems (8 potential solutions in
total)
3. Discuss each solution, who you would need to contact to implement the solution and
include a timeline for this person to begin implementing your changes.
4. Write an agenda for the meeting. (1 agenda for the group)
5. Write an email inviting specific people to attend.
6. Plan who will lead the different parts of the meeting.
7. Make notes on what you want to say/how you will present your suggestion/position DO
NOT WRITE A SCRIPT/DO NOT READ
FM-PH1-30
Revision: 01 3 Mar 2022
Task 2: Hold the meeting (record on Teams/all videos on/must be seen)
8. Screenshare the agenda.
9. Formally start the meeting.
10. One person takes ‘minutes’ (as well as participating).
11. Present and discuss each point on the agenda – each person should have a total talk time
of between 4 – 5 minutes. (Eg if there are three people in the group, total talk time for the group would be between 12 to 15 minutes)
NOTE: Rotate speaking opportunities between participants, just like a real meeting. It should not be one person talking for 4 minutes, then the next person, etc.
12. Decide on action points for the future.
13. Formally close the meeting.

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Discuss each solution, who you would need to contact to implement the solution and

Instructions
Task 1: You are the Head of Customer Relations at Rose-Water National Airways. Your department has received multiple complaints about how customers are being treated on flights. Customer complaints include poor quality food, cold coffee, no tea, broken safety belts and rude Air Stewards.
1. Have a meeting to discuss these problems.
2. Create/establish two potential solutions to each of these problems (8 potential solutions in
total)
3. Discuss each solution, who you would need to contact to implement the solution and
include a timeline for this person to begin implementing your changes.
4. Write an agenda for the meeting. (1 agenda for the group)
5. Write an email inviting specific people to attend.
6. Plan who will lead the different parts of the meeting.
7. Make notes on what you want to say/how you will present your suggestion/position DO
NOT WRITE A SCRIPT/DO NOT READ
FM-PH1-30
Revision: 01 3 Mar 2022
Task 2: Hold the meeting (record on Teams/all videos on/must be seen)
8. Screenshare the agenda.
9. Formally start the meeting.
10. One person takes ‘minutes’ (as well as participating).
11. Present and discuss each point on the agenda – each person should have a total talk time
of between 4 – 5 minutes. (Eg if there are three people in the group, total talk time for the group would be between 12 to 15 minutes)
NOTE: Rotate speaking opportunities between participants, just like a real meeting. It should not be one person talking for 4 minutes, then the next person, etc.
12. Decide on action points for the future.
13. Formally close the meeting.

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Can someone help me know what major would be good for a calculus and physics person

Can someone help me know what major would be good for a calculus and physics person
Mechanical engineering or Computer engineering.

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Write an email inviting specific people to attend.

Instructions
Task 1: You are the Head of Customer Relations at Rose-Water National Airways. Your department has received multiple complaints about how customers are being treated on flights. Customer complaints include poor quality food, cold coffee, no tea, broken safety belts and rude Air Stewards.
1. Have a meeting to discuss these problems.
2. Create/establish two potential solutions to each of these problems (8 potential solutions in
total)
3. Discuss each solution, who you would need to contact to implement the solution and
include a timeline for this person to begin implementing your changes.
4. Write an agenda for the meeting. (1 agenda for the group)
5. Write an email inviting specific people to attend.
6. Plan who will lead the different parts of the meeting.
7. Make notes on what you want to say/how you will present your suggestion/position DO
NOT WRITE A SCRIPT/DO NOT READ
FM-PH1-30
Revision: 01 3 Mar 2022
Task 2: Hold the meeting (record on Teams/all videos on/must be seen)
8. Screenshare the agenda.
9. Formally start the meeting.
10. One person takes ‘minutes’ (as well as participating).
11. Present and discuss each point on the agenda – each person should have a total talk time
of between 4 – 5 minutes. (Eg if there are three people in the group, total talk time for the group would be between 12 to 15 minutes)
NOTE: Rotate speaking opportunities between participants, just like a real meeting. It should not be one person talking for 4 minutes, then the next person, etc.
12. Decide on action points for the future.
13. Formally close the meeting.

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Aeronautical Management

Learning goal: i’m working on a aeronautical management writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.

Learning Goal: I’m working on a aeronautical management writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.
there are 2 articles that I need an abstract and summary to them. each article summary is 1 page. I attached a file example (don’t paraphrase it nor copy anything from it) and I attached a template with all the instructions. article 1: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/…
article 2: https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/…

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Learning Goal: I’m working on a aeronautical management writing question and nee

Learning Goal: I’m working on a aeronautical management writing question and need a sample publish to help me learn.
Title: Include your name and the title of the article top of each paper. Margins: 1” top, bottom, right, and left
Font: Times New Roman size 12 pt
Line Spacing: Double Spaced
Minimum Length: Five complete lines of text for both the Abstract and Comment sections
Annotated bibliographies that do not meet all of the format criteria will receive 0 points.
Sources
List the title of the article at the top of each annotated bibliography along with your name. There is no need to add a reference page at the end
Content
The annotated bibliography should not be more than 1 page and must consist of three parts; the title, an abstract, and your comments. You may not directly quote any material in your analysis. Each part will begin with the appropriate heading.
1. Title: The first line of the document must include the title of the article you are reviewing.
2. Abstract: The first paragraph will consist of a descriptive abstract of the article. In other words, summarize the content of the article. This section must be a MINIMUM OF FIVE COMPLETE LINES. Not five sentences but five full lines of text.
3. Comment: After the abstract, provide an evaluative comment on the article’s content. Explain your thoughts about the article. How does it apply to what we have learned in class? Do you see any future potential for the material or process you read about, other than that discussed by the author? This section must be a MINIMUM OF FIVE COMPLETE LINES. Not five sentences but five full lines of text.
An article review that does not have each of the three headings and/or does not cover all three areas will receive 0 points. You must have a minimum of five lines for the abstract section and five lines for the comment section.
1st ARTICLE LINK:
How Things Work: Lightning Protection – Air & Space Magazine, July 01, 2011
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/how-things-work-lightning-protection- 161993347/
2nd ARTICLE LINK: Self Healing Airplanes – Air & Space Smithsonian, July 15, 2009
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/how-things-work-self-healing-airplanes- 35558146/
3rd ARTICLE LINK: Shuttle Tiles – Air & Space Smithsonian, April & May 06
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/…
A PDF EXAMPLE IS ATTACHED BELOW. USE IT AS A REFERENCE, THEY SHOULD BE IN THE SAME FORMAT
THERE SHOULD BE 3 SEPARATE FILES FOR 3 BIBLIOGRAPHIES.