The majority of the noise in the communities closest to the metropolitan airports comes from jet-fuel combustion during high throttle climbs at takeoff. The Exhaustless Takeoff System can reduce noise in these areas by 10dB while improving propulsion from onboard engines for climb out.
Listen to the difference in the sound of a traditional heavy-aircraft takeoff compared to an Exhaustless takeoff.
Assisted takeoff at 30% throttle represents almost 16dB decrease in noise per takeoff.
Cost of Delays
Chronic flight congestion is a global problem. Delays in the United States alone cost society more than $41 billion each year.
- Passengers: $21B
- Airlines: $10B
- Tourism: $5B
- Lost GDP: $5B
Source: FAA's NEXTOR Total Delay Impact Study A Comprehensive Assessment of the Costs and Impacts of Flight Delay in the United States, October 2010. The study's 2007 costs of $32.9 billion convert to 2019 costs of $41.0 billion.
- Aviation 2.0 — Explained (Updated Dec. 1, 2019)
- White Paper: Measure Real Capacity (Nov. 30, 2019)
- White Paper: Maximize Market Competition (Sep. 18, 2017)
- White Paper: The Limits of Arrival Rate (Sep. 18, 2017)
- White Paper: Aviation Congestion Types (2015)
- White Paper: Electrifying Takeoffs: Waves of Innovation (2015)
- White Paper: Electrifying Takeoffs: Propulsion (2015)
- Airport capacity from takeoff assist, U.S. Patent 9,156,564
- Aircraft thrust, assembly, and methods, U.S. Patent 9,079,671
- Thrust recovery in airplanes, U.S. Patent 9,920,695
- Integrated management of disparate data from isolated data sources, U.S. Patent pending
- Coverage of the above patents extends internationally.