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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Other improvements include the upgraded Kirkbride intersection, with its trench underpass separating local and airport traffic.
by ONAAn international report published by Airport World Magazine, the official magazine of the International Airports Council, praised the development witnessed by the airport traffic in the Sultanate.
6 per cent increase in airport traffic compared with April of 2016, which reached 1.
6 per cent increase in airport traffic compared with the same month last year, which reached 1.
M2 EQUITYBITES-May 8, 2017-GAP airport traffic increases 19.
Long standing coin laundry in fantastic area with commuters, hotel and airport traffic.
Ataturk International Airport is officially reopened and currently operating in full competency, Tahan said, adding that all international airlines have resumed their flights from and to the Istanbul-based airport, and that matters have totally resumed to their normality in terms of flights itineraries, airport traffic, and daily life in Turkey.
The first section consists of an airport traffic control tower, two landing fields and hangars.
Fort Collins-Loveland Municipal Airport will be the first test site for the FAA's new Virtual Air Traffic Control Tower technology, which enables controllers to handle airport traffic from a remote facility, the agency announced in October.
ACI Europe reports that in the first half of the year, the European airport traffic increased by 5.
Airport traffic is expected to increase by 20 percent compared to last year due to the increase in the arrival of pilgrims from inside and outside the Kingdom, as well as increased travel movement during the summer season.
According to preliminary world airport traffic data from Airports Council International (ACI), more than 94 million passengers passed through Atlanta's airport hub in 2013.

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