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By Seth Young, Alexander T. Wells

ISBN-10: 0071413014

ISBN-13: 9780071413015

'Excellent and comprehensive' - "Bookends". 'A must-read for college kids and an individual desirous to research extra in regards to the how and why of airports' - "Airliners". broadly revised and up to date to mirror post-9/11 alterations within the undefined, this new version of the benchmark textual content and reference in airport making plans and administration brings aviation scholars and execs finished, well timed, and authoritative insurance of a difficult box. "Airport making plans and Management", through Alexander Wells, Ed.D. and Seth B. younger, Ph.D., is an important source for realizing basics, in addition to present advancements in coverage and perform in airport management.Covering making plans and handling innovations, new applied sciences, statistics, developments, and regulatory concerns, it is a whole and accomplished direction in airports. delivering professional tips on airport web site choice, layout, entry, financing, legislations and law, defense, skill, technological advances, and different concerns necessary to the improvement and administration of airports, "Airport making plans and Management" brings you a real insider's view of airport decision-making.This e-book covers: safeguard matters; Transportation safety management (TSA) Mandates; Post-9/11 advancements; Aviation development and Reform Act; Breakout of FAA rules, Advisories, types, and extra; Airspace and Air site visitors keep watch over assurance; monetary making plans and insist Forecasting; advancements in making plans; Environmental, Noise, and legal responsibility matters; Technological advancements, Landside and Airside; destiny developments and demanding situations; info assets; and, overview questions for textual content use or self learn.

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Chief—landside operations The chief—landside operations is responsible for all landside operations. In this capacity, principal duties include: • Enforcing operating and security rules, regulations, and procedures concerning buildings, access roads, and parking facilities. • Exercising authority to halt hazardous or unauthorized activities by tenants, employees, or the public in violation of safety regulations and procedures. • Answering inquiries and explaining terminal use procedures and safety regulations to tenants.

The categories of airports listed in the NPIAS are: 1. Primary commercial service airports 2. Commercial service airports 3. General aviation airports 4. Reliever airports Figure 1-5 provides a geographic illustration of NPIAS airports throughout the United States (numbers include Alaska and Hawaii, although not illustrated). 12 Airports and airport systems: An introduction 1. 546 Airports – commercial service account for: 100% of enplanements 22% of general aviation aircraft 82% of NPIAS cost 67% of the population resides within 20 miles of these airports 2.

25 percent but less than 1 percent of the total annual passenger enplanements. In 2002, there were 37 airports classified as medium hubs. S. enplanements. Seventy-four NPIAS airports were categorized as The national plan of integrated airport systems 15 Figure 1-7. Airports by level of activity. (Figure courtesy FAA) small hubs. S. enplanements. In 2002, 280 primary commercial service airports fell into the nonhub category. Airports that handle at least 2,500 but less than 10,000 annual enplanements are categorized as nonprimary commercial service airports, or simply commercial service airports.

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