airport traffic

airport traffic

[′er‚pȯrt ‚traf·ik]
(navigation)
Aircraft both in the air and on the active runways in the airport zone.
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Of the framework agreement is subject to the Helsinki-Vantaa airport traffic areas paving contracts and the associated muine their works (eg.
Boyd Group said that the summit focuses on futurist dynamics facing the aviation industry, and offers forecasts of airport traffic, fleet and airliner demand, and reviews of emerging trends in the industry.
Construction will require day-to-day adjustments in airport traffic patterns and motorists should be alert to changing directions.
As a consequence, the much more volatile airport traffic restricts the value of detailed traffic forecasts.
According to the ACI Europe s newest Airport Traffic Report, 190 European gateways accounted for about 88% of air passenger movements in the region.
Southbound exiting airport traffic should use the southbound Sepulveda exit from LAX, officials said.
The funds will be used for construction of a new airport traffic control tower as well as terminal radar approach control base and environmental support unit buildings at the airport.
In recent times, airport traffic in big hubs has exhibited a notable increase.
Contract awarded for Gimpo International Airport traffic control network system, low-altitude aircraft (MLAT) new construction
Year-to-date, BAA's UK airport traffic has dropped by 2.
We're seeing an increase in interest in fiberoptic signs on the part of highway engineers and airport traffic control people in Canada and the US," commented Lisi.
Investment grade ratings on the authority's senior and subordinate bonds continue to be warranted by Harrisburg International Airport's (the airport's) highly origination & destination oriented traffic base and economically diversified service area, home to the state capital of Pennsylvania, which provides for a base level of airport traffic, albeit small, over time.

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