Traffic Volumes and Manoeuvring Area Capacities at European Capital City Airports

  • Stanislav Pavlin
  • Slavko Roguljić
  • Vedran Ivančić
Keywords: airport, capital city airport, maneouvring area capacity

Abstract

Capital city airports in the European countries realise trafficvolume of several thousands to several hundred thousandaircraft operations i. e. landings and takeoffs annually. In itsAirport Planning Manual, the International Civil Aviation Organizationrecommends that the capital city airports have atleast two runways in order to avoid complete closing down ofthe airport in cases of aircraft accidents on the runway or therunway strip, due to repair or maintenance of the runway, removalof snow, unlawful interference in civil aviation etc. Thepaper analyses the current situation in traffic and the capacitiesof the manoeuvring areas at the European capital city airports.

References

Airport Planning Manual, Part 1, Master planning, Second

Edition, Doe 9184-AN/902 Part 1, International

Civil Aviation Organization, Montreal, Canada, 1987.

Airport Characteristics Data Bank, International Civil

Aviation Organization, Montreal, Canada, 2002

Data on airports have been obtained from the following

web pages:

http://www.aci-europe.org/index.html

http://www.worldaerodata.com

Aerodromes, Annex 14 to the Convention on International

Civil Aviation, International Civil Aviation

Organization, Montreal, Canada, 1999.

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Pavlin S, Roguljić S, Ivančić V. Traffic Volumes and Manoeuvring Area Capacities at European Capital City Airports. PROMET [Internet]. 1 [cited 2019Oct.15];16(5):263-8. Available from: http://traffic.fpz.hr/index.php/PROMTT/article/view/602
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