airport configuration

airport configuration

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The relative layout of component parts of an airport, such as the runway-taxiway-terminal arrangement. The illustration gives an airport configuration with respect to runways.
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For example, in its airport configuration the bus can be provided with doors on both sides of the body to allow efficient getting on and off.
The original airport configuration in Jeddah was only designed to support an annual capacity of 7 million passengers, but
The most common causal factors of runway incursions include: complex airport configuration, low-visibility conditions, cockpit-management issues and non-tower airport operations.
It completes a range of products designed for each type of aircraft, airport configuration and specific user operating conditions.
The tool considers numerous constraints and factors affecting departure sequence including flight departure time, traffic flow constraints, wake vortex spacing rules and current airport configuration.
Our airport configuration gives them plenty of options to enjoy a high-quality Silver Diner meal, even if they're on the run.
MAESTRO will provide seamless integration between area control, approach control and tower systems so all controllers will share the same sequence information and can manage airport configuration changes collaboratively, including Advanced Traffic Flow Management (ATFM) control times.
Knowing the airport configuration will help make sure you don't head for the wrong runway after you break out.
To directly address issues involving human performance for a future airport configuration, human-in-the-loop simulation is the only way to validate assumptions in advance and reduce the risk of an inaccurate cost-benefit analysis.
In the past ten months, I have worked to develop a new airport configuration, with the emphasis on building an airport that is functional, efficient, safe and secure," stated Mayor Hahn.
In a general notice (GENOT), the FAA says that air traffic managers must review the impact that airport configuration and local conditions may have on TIPH operations, and prepare a facility directive that prescribes local procedures.

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