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E-RESOURCE
Author Bradley, A. L. W. (Alexandre L. W.)

Title The independent airport planning manual [electronic resource] / Alexandre L.W. Bradley.

Published Oxford ; Philadelphia : Woodhead Publishing, 2010.

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Physical description xx, 161 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
Notes Includes index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 1.The brief to airport planners -- 1.1.Forecasts -- 1.2.Planning objectives and service levels -- 1.3.Development phasing strategy -- 1.4.Site constraints: physical and operational -- 1.5.Construction logistics -- 1.6.Airport security -- 1.7.Terminal and satellites/piers -- 1.8.Cargo buildings -- 1.9.General aviation facilities -- 1.10.Aircraft maintenance facilities -- 1.11.Airfield infrastructure -- 1.12.General support infrastructure -- 1.13.Ancillary facilities -- 1.14.Landscaping -- 1.15.Surface access -- 2.Outline airport planning principles -- 2.1.Industry standard planning approach -- 2.2.Masterplan evaluation techniques (evaluation criteria/pairwise/weighting) -- 2.3.Project drivers -- 2.4.Airport case study -- 3.Airport terminal and pier/satellite planning -- 3.1.Passenger segregation -- 3.2.Passenger experience: process flow diagrams and interactive models -- 3.3.Operational considerations: airport/airlines -- 3.4.Financial models -- 3.5.Retail design principles -- 3.6.Landside retail -- 3.7.Dwell periods -- 3.8.Airside retail: departures lounge/satellite/pier -- 3.9.Planning the size of terminal buildings -- 4.Airport baggage handling design -- 4.1.Categories of baggage handling systems -- 4.2.User requirements specification (URS) -- 4.3.Hold and hand baggage screening legislative requirements -- 4.4.Current and future baggage screening processes -- 4.5.Advances in baggage system automation -- 4.6.Advantages and disadvantages of the various hold baggage screening (HBS) processes and locations -- 4.7.Manual handling baggage hall design -- 5.Airport apron, runway and taxiway design -- 5.1.Function areas of the apron -- 5.2.Aircraft stands and multiaircraft ramping systems (MARS) -- 5.3.Passenger airbridges -- 5.4.Levels of passenger service -- 5.5.Low-cost carrier terminals versus full-service legacy terminals -- 5.6.Runway components -- 5.7.Restricted surface runways and taxiway ICAO Annex data -- 6.Design for airport security -- 6.1.Threats to aviation -- 6.2.Hijacking of aircraft -- 6.3.Sabotage of aircraft -- 6.4.Sabotage of airports -- 6.5.Legislation: international, European and domestic obligations -- 6.6.ICAO Annex 17 -- 6.7.Masterplan airport development considerations -- 6.8.Design options for terminals and piers -- 6.9.Impact of explosives on terminal infrastructure -- 6.10.Perimeter security -- 7.Case studies in airport planning -- 7.1.Introduction -- 7.2.Airport research report: Chisinau S.E. International Airport, Moldova -- 7.3.Airport research report: Cologne Bonn Airport, Germany -- 7.4.Airport research report: Adelaide Airport, Australia -- 7.5.Airport research report: low-cost bespoke terminal, Luton Airport, UK -- 7.6.Airport research report: low-cost terminal, Frankfurt Hahn Airport, Germany.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Norwich, N.Y. : Knovel, 2011. System requirements: Adobe Acrobat Reader. Available via the World Wide Web. Access restricted to users at licensed institutions. Includes interactive index.
Other author Knovel (Firm)
Subject Airports -- Planning -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9781613443569 (electronic bk.)
1613443560 (electronic bk.)