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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 1 of 38 Airport Landside Analysis and Modeling (2) Dr. Antonio A. Trani Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Virginia Tech June 12-13, 2002
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 2 of 38 Material Presented in this Section Sizing Other Spaces at the Terminal Apron Areas Departure lounges Parking facilities Cargo terminals
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 3 of 38 Apron Areas Apron areas provide space to service aircraft Also serve to park them overnight and during flight layovers Commuter traffic at DFW (2 Saab 340s)
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 4 of 38 Apron Service Diagram (Airbus A340) Used to determine apron and boarding gate configurations
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 5 of 38 Aircraft Service Port Diagram
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 6 of 38 Apron Equipment Table (IATA)
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 7 of 38 Sample Apron Area Service Equipment
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 8 of 38 Ramp Services are VeryLabor Intensive
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 9 of 38 Unusual Terminal Areas
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 10 of 38 Aircraft Parking Configurations Three types of parking configurations have been used at most airports: Taxi-in and Push-out Taxi-in and Taxi-out (front) Taxi-in and Taxi-out (back) The configuration depends largely on the terminal design system employed
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 11 of 38 Parking Configurations (IATA)
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 12 of 38 Parking Configurations (IATA)
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 13 of 38 Apron-Terminal Flexible Design
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Advanced Airport and Airspace Capacity Seminar 14 of 38 Aircraft Turning Capabilities
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