Airport Planning & Management, Seventh Edition

Airport Planning & Management, Seventh Edition

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McGraw-Hill Education

03/2019

464

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Inglês

9781260143324

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Part I Airports and Airport Systems 1 Airports and Airport Systems: An Introduction Objectives Introduction The World's Airports Airports in the United States The National (and International) Oversight of Airports The National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems The Rules that Govern Airports Professional Organizations Supporting Airport Management Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings Suggested Internet Resources 2 Airports and Airport Systems: Organization and Administration Objectives Introduction Airport Ownership and Operation Airport Privatization The Airport Organization Chart Job Descriptions Airport Management as a Career Duties of an Airport Manager Education and Training The Airport Manager and Public Relations The Airport Manager's Constituents Public Relations Objectives Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings Web References 3 Airports and Airport Systems: A Historical and Legislative Perspective Objectives Introduction The Formative Period of Aviation and Airports: 1903-1938 The Birth of Civil Aviation: 1903-1913 World War I: 1914-1918 Early Airmail Service: 1919-1925 The Air Commerce Act: 1926-1938 The Civil Aeronautics Act: 1938-1939 Airport Growth: World War II and the Postwar Period The Federal Airport Act: 1946 Airport Modernization: The Early Jet Age The Airways Modernization Act of 1957 The Federal Aviation Act of 1958 The Department of Transportation: 1967 The Airport and Airway Development Act of 1970 Environmental Policies of the 1970s The National Airport System Plan The Airport and Airway Development Act Amendments of 1976 Airport Legislation After Airline Deregulation The Deregulation Acts of 1976 and 1978 The Airport and Airway Improvement Act of 1982 The Aviation Safety and Capacity Expansion Act of 1990 Military Airport Program The Aviation Security Improvement Act of 1990 The Airport and Airway Safety, Capacity, Noise Improvement, and Intermodal Transportation Act of 1992 The AIP Temporary Extension Act of 1994 The Federal Aviation Administration Authorization Act of 1994 The Federal Aviation Reauthorization Act of 1996 Airport Legislation in the Twenty-First Century AIR-21: The Wendell H. Ford Aviation Investment and Reform Act for the Twenty-First Century The Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001 Homeland Security Act of 2002 Vision 100-Century of Aviation Reauthorization Act of 2003 FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012 FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016 Continuing Resolutions and Extensions of 2017 and 2018 Concluding Remarks Key Acts of Legislation Key Organizations and Administrations Key Plans, Programs, and Policies Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings Web Resources Part II Airport Operations Management 4 The Airfield Objectives The Components of an Airport The Airfield Runways A Runway's Imaginary Surfaces Taxiways Other Airfield Markings Other Airfield Areas Airfield Signage Airfield Lighting Runway Lighting Taxiway Lighting Other Airfield Lighting Navigational Aids Located on Airfields Nondirectional Radio Beacons Very-High-Frequency Omnidirectional Range Radio Beacons Instrument Landing Systems Air Traffic Control and Surveillance Facilities Located on the Airfield Air Traffic Control Towers Airport Surveillance Radar Airport Surface Detection Equipment Weather Reporting Facilities Located on Airfields Wind Indicators Security Infrastructure on Airfields Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 5 Airspace and Air Traffic Management Objectives Introduction Brief History of Air Traffic Control The Present-Day Air Traffic Control Management and Operating Infrastructure The FAA's Air Traffic Organization Air Traffic Control System Command Center The Basics of Air Traffic Control Visual Flight Rules Versus Instrument Flight Rules Victor Airways and Jet Ways Special-Use Airspace Flight Service Stations Terminal Area Air Traffic Control Procedures Traditional and Modern "NextGen" Procedures Current and Future Enhancements to Air Traffic Management Performance-Based Navigation Modernized Approaches to Airports Airport Surface Movement Management Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings Web Reference 6 Airport Operations Management Under 14 CFR Part 139 Objectives Introduction Part 139 Airport Classifications Inspections and Compliance Specific Areas of Airport Management of Importance to Airports Found in 14 CFR Part 139 Pavement Management Aircraft Rescue and FireFighting Snow and Ice Control Bird and Wildlife Hazard Management Self-Inspection Programs SMS-Safety Management Systems for Airports Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 7 Airport Terminals and Ground Access Objectives Introduction The Historical Development of Airport Terminals Unit Terminal Concepts Linear Terminal Concepts Pier Finger Terminals Pier Satellite and Remote Satellite Terminals The Mobile Lounge or Transporter Concept Hybrid Terminal Geometries The Airside-Landside Concept Off-Airport Terminals Present-Day Airport Terminals Components of The Airport Terminal The Apron and Gate System Aircraft Gate Management The Passenger Handling System Airport Ground Access Access From the CBD and Suburban Areas to the Airport Boundary Access Modes Factors Influencing Demand for Ground Access Coordination and Planning of Ground Access Infrastructure Access From the Airport Boundary to Parking Areas and Passenger Unloading Curbs at the Terminal Building Vehicle Parking Facilities Technologies to Improve Ground Access to Airports Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 8 Airport Security Objectives Introduction History of Airport Security Aviation Security post-September 11, 2001 Aviation Security Roles Security at Commercial Service Airports The Airport Security Program Airport Security Areas as Defined in the ASP Employee Identification Law Enforcement, Contingencies, and Incident Response Passenger Screening Checked-Baggage Screening Controlled Access Perimeter Security Security at General Aviation Airports TSA Guidance for General Aviation Airport Security Airspace Security and Temporary Flight Restrictions The Future of Airport Security Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings Part III Airport Administrative Management 9 Airport Financial Management Objectives Introduction Airport Financial Accounting Operating Expenses Liability Insurance Airport Liability Coverage Operating Revenues Planning and Administering an Operating Budget Revenue Strategies at Commercial Airports The Residual Cost Approach The Compensatory Cost Approach Comparing Residual and Compensatory Approaches Net Income Majority-in-Interest Clauses Term of Use Agreements Pricing of Airport Facilities and Services Pricing on the Airfield Area Terminal Area Concessions Landside and Ground Transportation Facilities Airline Leased Areas Other Leased Areas Variation in the Sources of Operating Revenues Rise in Airport Financial Burdens Airport Funding Grant Programs Airport Improvement Program Passenger Facility Charges Other Federal Funding Sources Facilities and Equipment Program Federal Letters of Intent State Grant Programs Grant Assurances Airport Financing General Obligation Bonds General Airport Revenue Bonds Special Facilities Bonds Financial and Operational Factors Airline Rates and Charges Community Economic Base Current Financial Status and Debt Level Airport Management Bond Ratings Interest Costs Defaults Private Investment Build, Operate, and Transfer Contracts Lease, Build, and Operate Agreements Full Privatization Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 10 Airports and Their Relationships to the Economy, the Environment, and the Communities They Serve Objectives Introduction The Economic Contribution of Airports Transportation Role Stimulating Economic Growth The Airport's Strategic Relationships Airport-Airline Relations Airport-Tenant Relations Airport-General Aviation Relations Airports and the Environment Airport Noise Impacts Measurement of Noise Air Quality Water Quality Hazardous Waste Emissions Externalities Economic and Environmental Sustainability Practices Airport-Community Relations Airport Communications Concluding Remarks Key Terms Key Acts Key Federal Aviation Regulations Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 11 Airport Planning Objectives Introduction Defining the Planning Horizon Airport System Planning National-Level System Planning Regional-Level System Planning State-Level System Planning The Airport Master Plan Objectives of the Airport Master Plan Elements of the Master Plan Inventory Historical Review of Airports and Facilities The Airport Layout Plan Forecasting Qualitative Forecasting Methods Quantitative Methods Regression Analysis Forecasts of Aviation Demand Facilities Requirements Aircraft Operational Requirements Capacity Analysis Design Alternatives Site Selection Runway Orientation and Wind Analysis Airspace Analysis Surrounding Obstructions Availability for Expansion Availability of Utilities Meteorological Conditions Economy of Construction Convenience to Population Cost Comparisons of Alternative Plans and Designs Terminal Area Plans Airport Access Plans Financial Plans Economic Evaluation Break-Even Need Potential Airport Revenue Final Economic Evaluation Land Use Planning Land Uses on the Airport Land Uses Around the Airport Environmental Planning Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 12 Airport Capacity and Delay Objectives Introduction Defining Capacity Factors Affecting Capacity and Delay Estimating Capacity Illustrating Capacity With a Time-Space Diagram FAA Approximation Charts Simulation Models FAA's Airport Capacity Benchmarks Defining Delay Estimating Delay Analytical Estimates of Delay: The Queuing Diagram Other Measures of Delay Approaches to Reducing Delay Creating New Airport Infrastructure Converting Military Airfields Administrative and Demand Management Administrative Management Demand Management Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings 13 The Future of Airport Management Objectives Introduction Reviewing and Revising Previous Predictions Restructuring of Commercial Air Carriers New Large Aircraft, the Airbus A-380 and the Boeing 747-8 Small Aircraft Transportation Systems (SATS) and Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) The Future Outlook for Airport Management Enhanced Safety Environmental Sustainability FAA Reauthorization Future Financial and Marketing Strategies NextGen Implementation Globalization Accommodating New Technologies: The Smart Airport Airport Cities Concluding Remarks Key Terms Questions for Review and Discussion Suggested Readings Index
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