Strategic Airport Planning & Development TAL050-2 | My Assignment Tutor

Submission DeadlineMarks and FeedbackBefore 10am on: 06/05/202120 working days after deadline (L4, 5 and 7)15 working days after deadline (L6)10 working days after deadline (block delivery)   04/06/2021  Unit title & codeStrategic Airport Planning & Development TAL050-2Assignment number and titleAssessment 2 (Week 15)Assessment typeWritten ReportWeighting of assessment60%Size or length of assessment1,500 wordsUnit learning outcomes  Demonstrate the following knowledge and understanding Demonstrate strong comprehension of airports and how the evolving airline industry is influencing the finance, performance, and impacts of airports.   Demonstrate the following skills and abilitiesExplain the relationship between airports and airlines as a crucial contribution to the successfulness of airports.   What am I required to do in this assignment?  You are required to produce an individual report on Airport surface accessibility and traffic forecasting for an airport of your choice. Assess the key planning challenges for an airport Master Planning team, when giving consideration to future airport expansion, to airport traffic forecasting and the development of surface accessibilityFor your airport, using the Master plan prior to their latest published Master Plan, explain how successful they have been at achieving their traffic forecasts and improving their surface access since the previous Master Plan was publishedExplain the possible impact/s for stakeholders   Instructions: The word count for this assessment is 1,500 words, + or – 10%. The report should be uploaded onto BREO  by 10 am on the deadline date Late submissions will not be accepted or marked. This coursework is subject to University Regulations, attention is particularly drawn to the regulations on late submission, CAAS and plagiarism. It is recommended that your report complies with the following structure: Title page: to include unit name, unit code, the title of your report, your name, and your student number. It could also include a photo for attractiveness and appeal.Contents page (table of contents): a list of the sections and sub-sections (if applicable) of your report.  Introduction: a brief outline of your report’s contents and scene-setting material. It is crucial that you keep this succinct yet informativePart 1 explains the key planning challenges for an airport Master Planning team, when giving consideration to future airport expansion, to:1.1 Airport traffic forecasting 1.2 Development of surface accessibilityUsing the previous Master Plan (to the one most recently published) – Part 2 explains how successful/unsuccessful they have been at achieving their traffic forecasts (2.1) and improving their surface access (2.2) since the previous Master Plan was publishedPart 3 explain some of the possible impact for stakeholdersConclusion summarising your main findingsList of references: please refer to the section belowAppendices: only use if they are appropriate and relevant. It might be sensible to put your core analysis into the main body and supplementary analysis into an appendix.This coursework is subject to University Regulations, attention is particularly drawn to the regulations on late submission, CAAS and plagiarismCoursework should be properly referenced using the Harvard Referencing System and should include a list of references. Students should note that correct referencing and bibliography are one of the assessment criteria. Please use the guide to referencing, below.It is the responsibility of a student who registers for a UK programme of study to learn about the academic practices they are required to follow. I would recommend that you seek guidance on academic writing. The library resources have information to help you on the following webpages: Guide to referencing: http://lrweb.beds.ac.uk/guides/referencing Avoiding plagiarism: http://lrweb.beds.ac.uk/guides/avoid_plagiarism Study Hub also provides assistance at the following web page: http://lrweb.beds.ac.uk/studyhub and http://lrweb.beds.ac.uk/studyhub/appointments. Study Hub is also available through BREO.    What do I need to do to pass? (Threshold Expectations from UIF)In order to pass assessment 2, you need to: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of global contemporary airport management Ensure you fully answer the questionsEnsure you write coherently and succinctly Provide strong, reliable, and up-to-date examples and evidence from practice  How do I produce high quality work that merits a good grade?We will be filling this section in together in class on Click or tap to enter a date. make sure you have downloaded/printed out the Assignment Brief and bring it to the session with you.   THE ABOVE TEXT DELETED. As a Level 5 student it will be clear as to what the quality expectations are, and these will be reinforced in lectures and seminars. We will not be filling in any forms together on this, in class.  How does assignment relate to what we are doing in scheduled sessions?  This assessment will bring together some of the main and foundational themes of Strategic Airport Planning and Development     How will my assignment be marked?  Your assignment will be marked according to the threshold expectations and the criteria on the following page.   You can use them to evaluate your own work and consider your grade before you submit.          3rd Class – 40-49%Lower 2nd – 50-59%Upper 2nd – 60-69%1st Class – 70%+1 Knowledge and Understanding of Subject Matter (30%)Adequate understanding of the subject matter but with very limited evidence of its inter relationship with other fields of study   Adequate demonstration of ability to operate with varied contexts, but selection and application is basic, some irrelevance of information is presented   Adequate ability to work with ideas at a level of abstraction, but arguments are limited to single perspectivesGood and organized understanding of the subject matter but with limited evidence of its inter relationship with other fields of study   Good demonstration of ability to operate with varied contexts, but selection and application is limited to subject matter   Good ability to work with ideas at a level of abstraction, but arguments are limited to single perspectives    Very good and organized understanding of the subject matter and its inter relationship with other fields of study   Very good demonstration of ability to operate with varied contexts, requiring selection and application from a range of disciplines   Very good ability to work with ideas at a level of abstraction, arguing from competing perspectivesExcellent systematic understanding of the subject matter and its inter relationship with other fields of study   Excellent demonstration of ability to operate with complex and unpredictable contexts, requiring selection and application from a range of disciplines   Excellent ability to work with ideas at a level of abstraction, arguing from competing perspectives2 Interpretation and Evaluation of Subject Material (30%)Adequate interpretation and evaluation of concepts and frameworks without relation to practice and theory   Adequate ability to identify, select and use strategies and techniques to undertake analysis, but critical thought not evident   Adequate judgement used, reasoned and justified arguments not developed   Limited demonstration of original and creative thought   Conclusions limited but without reference to relevant frameworks and literature reviewedGood interpretation and evaluation of concepts and frameworks in relation to practice and theory   Good ability to identify, select and use investigative strategies and techniques to undertake analysis, but critical thought lacking   Evidence of exercising judgement in a range of situations, reasoned and justified arguments not always sustained   Good demonstration of original and creative thought   Conclusions made but without full reference to relevant frameworks and literature reviewed  Very good interpretation and evaluation of concepts and frameworks in relation to practice and theory   Very good ability to identify, select and use investigative strategies and techniques to undertake a critical analysis, evaluating the outcomes   Evidence of exercising significant judgement in a range of situations, reasoned and justified arguments not always sustained   Very good demonstration of original and creative thought   Conclusions constructed from relevant frameworks and literature reviewedExcellent interpretation and evaluation of concepts and frameworks in relation to practice and theory   Excellent ability to identify, select and use investigative strategies and techniques to undertake a critical analysis, evaluating the outcomes   Clear evidence of exercising significant judgement in a range of situations, reasoned and justified arguments sustained   Excellent demonstration of compelling original and creative thought, logical, insightful and highly focused   Conclusions constructed from relevant frameworks and literature reviewed3 Structure, Presentation and Layout (20%)Poor structure which hinders understanding but core thread exists   Writing is confused and some points unclear, unnecessary grammar and spelling errors, some points unclear but still able to follow narrative   No use of headings and ineffective paragraphs Basic vocabulary with a weak writing styleGood structure with a suitable flow, inconsistencies apparent   Largely well written with grammar and spelling errors evident, mostly clear clarity of expression   Attempt to use headings and paragraphs but effectively implemented   Limited range of vocabulary with few inaccuracies, writing style muddled  Very good structure with a coherent flow but with some inconsistencies   Very well written with few grammar and spelling errors, clear clarity of expression   Appropriate use of headings and paragraphs utilised but not always effective   Competent use of vocabulary with few inaccuracies and suitable style of writingExcellent and logical structure, coherent flow and systematic approach   Extremely well written with excellent grammar and spelling throughout, excellent clarity of expression   Effective use of headings and paragraphs   Varied and accurate use of vocabulary and commendable style of writing4 Referencing, relevance and Quality of Research Sources (20%)Referencing style inaccurate and inconsistent – major in text and reference list errors. Additional referencing required   Adequate use of sources but not always relevant   Limited evidence of wider reading outside the disciplineReferencing style accurate and consistent but with notable in text and reference list inconsistencies. Additional referencing required   Good use of relevant sources   Some evidence of academic and peer reviewed sources used   Some evidence of wider reading outside the discipline    Referencing style accurate and consistent – minimal in text and reference list inconsistencies   Very good use of a range of relevant sources   Clear evidence of academic and peer reviewed sources used   Evidence of wider reading outside the discipline  Referencing style, comprehensive, flawless and in Harvard style – both in text and reference list   Excellent use of a wide range of relevant sources   Evidence of academic and peer reviewed sources used, sources reflect current academic and industry thought   Extensive evidence of wider reading outside the discipline  

QUALITY: 100% ORIGINAL PAPER – NO PLAGIARISM – CUSTOM PAPER

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