Airport Planning and Management / Edition 4by Alexander T. Wells
Pub. Date: 05/17/2000
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
A just-in-time update of the classic airport industry reference praised as "excellence and comprehensive" (Bookends). Supplies aviation professionals and academicians with current airport industry developments,techniques,technolog,statistics,trends,and legislation. This edition highlights technological advances in both airside and landside airport operations and management; an expanded look at the growing issue of privatizaiton; and an updated and revised Test Bank.
Extensively revised and updated,this new edition of the benchmark reference in airport planning and management brings aviation professionals and students comprehensive,timely,and authoritative coverage of a challenging field.
Alexander Wells' Airport Planning and Management is the industry source for current developments,cutting-edge planning and managing techniques,new technologies,statistics,trends,and regulatory issues. A complete course in airports,from history through previews of tomorrow's challenges,this comprehensive,leading-edge text is the course book chosen by experts. Offering expert guidance on airport site selection,design,access,financing,law and regulation,security,capacity,technological advances,and other issues important to the development and management of airports,Airport Planning and Management brings you a true insider's view of airport decision making. Along the way,noted aviation author Alexander T. Wells provides review questions that make this book perfect as a text or self-study tool.
NEW OR EXPANDED IN THIS EDITION
Funding Sources Privatization Revenue Diversion Passenger Facility Charges Terminal Design Updates Airport-Airway SystemDevelopments Airside TechnologyImprovements Landside Technology Improvements Noise and Environmental Regulations FAA Requirements Capacity Issues Management Issues Military Base Conversions Information Sources
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Table of ContentsPart One: Introduction.
The airport-airway system.
The airport system.
Airport system planning.
Part Two: Planning and funding the airport.
Airport requirements and site selection.
Airport layout and land use plans.
Terminal area and airport access plans.
Part Three: Managing Growth.
Airport capacity and delay.
Airside technological improvements.
Landslide technological improvements.
Part Four: The management process.
Organization and administration.
Airport relations with tenants and the public.
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