Airport Planning & Management by Seth Young, Alexander T. Wells

By Seth Young, Alexander T. Wells

'Excellent and comprehensive' - "Bookends". 'A must-read for college students and an individual eager to examine extra in regards to the how and why of airports' - "Airliners". greatly revised and up to date to mirror post-9/11 adjustments within the undefined, this re-creation 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", via Alexander Wells, Ed.D. and Seth B. younger, Ph.D., is a vital source for realizing basics, in addition to present advancements in coverage and perform in airport management.Covering making plans and coping with options, new applied sciences, facts, developments, and regulatory concerns, it is a entire and entire direction in airports. supplying professional tips on airport website choice, layout, entry, financing, legislation and rules, protection, potential, technological advances, and different concerns necessary to the advance and administration of airports, "Airport making plans and Management" brings you a real insider's view of airport decision-making.This booklet covers: safeguard matters; Transportation defense management (TSA) Mandates; Post-9/11 advancements; Aviation development and Reform Act; Breakout of FAA rules, Advisories, varieties, and extra; Airspace and Air site visitors keep watch over insurance; monetary making plans and insist Forecasting; advancements in making plans; Environmental, Noise, and legal responsibility concerns; Technological advancements, Landside and Airside; destiny developments and demanding situations; details assets; and, assessment questions for textual content use or self learn.

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Airport Systems: Planning, Design, and Management. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2002. , ed. Airport Economic Planning. Cambridge, Mass. MIT Press, 1974. National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS), 2001–2005. : FAA, March 1999. Sixteenth Annual Report of Accomplishments under the Airport Improvement Program. FY 1997. : FAA, April 1999. Wiley, John R. Airport Administration and Management. : Eno Foundation for Transportation, 1986. This page intentionally left blank. 2 Airports and airport systems: Organization and administration Outline • 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 and its public • Public relations objectives Objectives The objectives of this section are to educate the reader with information to: • Discuss the ownership structures of airports.

Recommending and assisting in promulgating operational rules and procedures. • Supervising investigations of violations of airport regulations. • Preparing annual operations budget. • Directing monitoring of noise levels and coordinating noise level studies. • Participating in special programs relating to or affecting airport operations, such as studies of height limits around airport property and studies of noise control. Chief—airside operations The chief—airside operations is responsible for all airfield operations.

These 31 large hub airports accounted for 70 percent of all passenger enplanements in the United States. 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.

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