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Virginia Tech 1 of 47 Airport Master Planning Notes CEE 4674 Airport Planning and Design Dr. Antonio A. Trani Associate Professor of Civil Engineering Virginia Tech
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Virginia Tech 2 of 47 Purpose Planning concept to develop the ultimate version of an airport Includes aviation and non-aviation related sectors Specific Goals Provides guidelines for future development of the airport To develop physical facilities of an airport To account for land use impacts and airport noise compatibility standards To establish access requirements Schedule priorities in the development process
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Virginia Tech 3 of 47 Who Participates? Coordinated effort between groups of people Groups involved in master planning Airlines Airport authorities Engineering team Environmental groups Financial groups City council (community) NOTE: Get the community involved
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Virginia Tech 4 of 47 Master Plan Check List Organization and study groups Inventory of existing facilities Forecasts of future aeronautical demand Capacity and delay analysis Facility requirements and concept development (phases and alternatives) Airport site selection (or infrastructure site selection if the airport is in place) Environmental procedures analysis (noise and water pollution)
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Virginia Tech 5 of 47 Master Plan Check List Operational simulations (capacity and delay analyses) Airport plans (ALP) Plan implementation
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Virginia Tech 6 of 47 Factors Considered in Airport Site Selection Operational capacity (airspace issues, obstructions) Capacity potential (land available, weather conditions) Ground access (distance from city centers, existing highways, etc.) Development costs (terrain, land acquisition, cost, soil conditions, utilities, etc.) Environmental consequences (noise, impact on flora and fauna, air quality, endangered species) Socioeconomic factors (relocation of people, changes in employment patterns, impact on industry, taxes, etc.) Consistency in area wide planning (impact on land use, effort on metro/regional plans, etc.)
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Virginia Tech 7 of 47 Data Requirements (a list) Demand and traffic data Passengers (historical annual, monthly and hourly passengers) Aircraft (annual, monthly and hourly movements) Cargo (annual, monthly and hourly tonnage of cargo) Environmental data Local regulations Local development plans Existing land uses Local transportation plans
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Virginia Tech 8 of 47 Data Requirements Local and national noise regulation Physical data Market an modal share of access modes Meteorological data (winds, rain, snow and low visibility phenomena records) Topographical information (10 m. contours or better) Detailed information on existing facilities (check out the old master plans) Flora and fauna
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Virginia Tech 9 of 47 Data Requirements Aeronautical data Holding stacks, approaches, and climb out procedures Navaids Airways Financial information Revenue/expenses Debt structure Capital expenditures Assets and liabilities Legal limitations
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