multiple runways

multiple runways

The utilization of a dedicated runway(s) for departures and arrivals when feasible to reduce delays and enhance capacity.
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We heard about building a new 'aerotropolis' in a 2,500-hectare property in Bulacan to eventually replace the Naia with multiple runways serving 50 million to 100 million passengers yearly.
Senators Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow today announced that Cherry Capital Airport in Traverse City will receive a $6,130,114 grant from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to support infrastructure projects including the extension, construction, and rehabilitation of multiple runways.
Target is to have multiple runways serving 50 to 100 million passengers yearly.
All the leading cities like New York, London, Dubai, and Singapore have more than one airport with multiple runways.
All the leading cities in the world such as New York, London, Dubai, and Singapore have more than one airport with multiple runways.
Airports such as Frankfurt, and Schiphol in Amsterdam, have multiple runways, and if the UK is to compete it needs to be an international transport hub.
Each proposal involved airports with multiple runways, in London's case as many as six.
Avail yourself of the advantages of IFR getting lined up with vectors to final, eliminating all the confusion with multiple runways and taxiways.
We have multiple basing options, multiple runways all over the place that we are able to use in Iraq and Afghanistan," Webb said.
One of the system can simultaneously support landing operations on multiple runways.
KANSAI International Airport opens its second runway on August 2nd, making it the first hub facility in Japan to have multiple runways of 4,000 metres and allowing it to become operational 24 hours a day.

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