Airport Passenger Terminal Planning and Design, Volume 2 - by Landrum & Brown

By Landrum & Brown

This quantity involves eleven spreadsheet types, which come with functional studying routines and a number of other airport-specific pattern facts units to aid clients in settling on applicable version inputs for his or her events, and a user’s advisor to help the person within the right use of every version. The versions comprise such features of terminal making plans as layout hour choice, gate call for, check-in and passenger and luggage screening, which require complicated analyses to help making plans judgements. The Guidebook and Spreadsheet versions may be priceless for airport operators, planners, designers, and different stakeholders thinking about making plans sensible and cost effective airport passenger terminals by way of delivering instruments that may be used instantly.

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6, and larger aircraft fell into seating ranges with the center of the range determining the EQA of that range. 4, etc. In considering the modern fleet mix of regional and jet aircraft, and in order to have some relationship with the physical parameters associated with the NBEG, the basis of EQA has been revised from the 1970s definition. The current EQA is also a Group III narrowbody jet. Most of the larger aircraft in this class typically have 140 to 150 seats. 0 EQA = 145 seats. As with the concept of NBEG, smaller aircraft may use a gate, but the EQA capacity is based on the largest aircraft and seating configuration typically in use.

These ratios should be based on actual peak period staffing of ATO positions (rather than leased counters) and numbers of available kiosks and should account for observed levels of service. The ratio approach can combine conventional staffed positions and kiosks as Equivalent Check-in Positions (ECP). Each airline’s ECP is the number of conventional positions in use, plus the number of kiosks. The current ratio of Design Hour Enplaned Passengers per ECP is determined and then either held constant for the forecast years or changed, based on the existing LOS.

Check-in/Ticketing Model For stand-alone kiosks, 8 feet for the passengers and circulation is recommended. See Figure 46 for an illustration of check-in queuing dimensions. Cross-Circulation Zone A cross-circulation zone is needed behind the passenger queue. This zone should be free of obstructions and separate from seating areas, the Flight Information Display System (FIDS), advertising displays, and/or entrance vestibules. The width of this zone is recommended to be a minimum of 10 feet at lower activity terminals, increasing to 20 feet at higher activity terminals.

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