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M I T I n t e r n a t i o n a l C e n t e r f o r A i r T r a n s p o r t a t i o n M I T I n t e r n a t i o n a l C e n t e r f o r A i r T r a n s p o r t a t i o n MIT MIT ICAT ICAT Airport Operations Airport Operations Philippe A. Bonnefoy MIT 16.72 Air Traffic Control September 26th 2006
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MIT MIT ICAT ICAT 2 Outline ± Airport Infrastructure Overview of the U.S. National Airport System and Foreign Airports Airport configuration Runways conditions & characteristics Communication, Navigation, Surveillance Equipment Multi Airport Systems ± Airport Performance Capacity, Utilization & Delays ± Operations General ATC structure and functions Terminal Approach Final Approach Ground (arrivals) Gate operations (arrivals) Airport Surface Gate operations (departures) Ground (departures) Take-Off / Transition to Terminal and Center
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MIT MIT ICAT ICAT 3 World Airport System ± Number of Airports World Wide: 49,024 (in 2006)* Figure by MIT OCW.
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MIT MIT ICAT ICAT 4 World Airport System ± Number of Airports World Wide: 49,024 (in 2006) Ru ss ia Ca na da Bo li vi a Co lo mb Pa ra gua y Sout h Af ri ca Indone si Ge rm an Uk in e Ch Au st Gu at em al Zi ab we Ve ne zu el ile Ec ua dor Indi Ir Per u Sw ed en Angol Ke ny Bu lg ar Sa udi Ar Ni car ag Jap Cuba Mo za ique a R ic Sp ai n Ka kh Fi nl d Al ge Li by ki Oma Na mi bi It Ta nza ni Po la nd Me xi co nt Fr ce Congo pua Ne w G ui Br az il Un it St es Ph ippi s Ki ngdo m 0% 5% 10% 15% 20% 25% 30% 35% 40% Pe rc ta of to l n um be r o f a ir po rts wo rl d w id Europe (EU25): 6.8% Data Source: CIA World Wide Fact Book, 2006.
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