Different types of operational activities in airport increases air pollution.Noise in airport is majorly caused by aircrafts. Huge amount of noise is created by flights. This causes a negative impact on quality of life and surrounding community present near the airport. Authority of airport tried to reduce its noise pollution by implementing different measures. But still then huge amount of noise pollution is caused by airport. The most significant cause of noise pollution in airport is its different flights. Noise from aircraft is generated by its airframe and engines during its landing and take of time (Hui, Chau, Pun and Law, 2007). Other type of noise sources in airport are generated from reverse thrust of aircraft and taxing aircraft, vehicle traffic, engine test etc. A huge amount of noise is also created by construction taking place in airport for its development. There are many negative effects caused by noise pollution of airport. People face loss of concentration for high level of noise pollution. People residing near to airport experience sleeping disturbance for aircrafts sound. Number of aircrafts is increasing day by day. As a result level of noise pollution is increasing in the recent times for airport and its operational activities (Evans, 2003). Different heavy machineries are used in airport which also creates a large amount of noise. Noise pollution of airport also affects the health of the children. Their development process is hampered by this environmental pollution. Noise pollution leads to the rise blood pressure level of people. It also damages different activities. The Effect of Airports on the Environment.
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