Presentation on theme: "Airport Planning and Design"— Presentation transcript:
1 Airport Planning and Design 交管101 田蕙寧交管101 覃震霖交管101 王冠筑交管100 許哲瑋
2 Outline Introduction Types of Airport Planning Airport Master Planning Demand Analysis and Conceptual PlanningRunway Planning and DesignTaxiway Planning and DesignParking Apron Planning and Design
3 Introduction Introduction 1986 “機場工程施工技術規範”(FAA) 2003 “民用機場設計暨運作規範” (ICAO)International airports or airports operating international charter flights better to comply with international standards and recommended practices.Special Airports announced by AIP
4 Types of Airport Planning Airport System PlanAirport Master PlanAirport Project Plan
6 Airport Master Plan Airport Master Plan Objectives Contents Procedures OutcomesRevision
7 The objectives of airport master plan Physical facilitiesLand planningEvaluating environmental impacts of airport construction and operationsGround access transportationTechnical, economic and financial feasibility studies for each alternativeEstablish project priority and scheduleEstablish feasible financial plan for project implementation
8 The contents of Airport Master Plan(1/4) Data collectionPhysical facilities of the airportMeasures of utilization, volume and composition of trafficThe cost of transportation and related tariffsThe financial situation of the airlines using the airportGovernment transportation policies and regulationsAir traffic demand forecastingshort-term planningMedium planningLong-term planning
9 The contents of Airport Master Plan(2/4) Demand analysis and conceptual planningAirside capacity analysisRunwayTaxiwayApronLandside capacity analysisPassenger terminalParking areaGround access
10 The contents of Airport Master Plan(3/4) Site selectionEvaluation of environmental impactsSimulationDemonstration of development planAirport layoutLand useTerminal layoutGround access transportation
11 The contents of Airport Master Plan(4/4) 8. ImplementationFeasible financial plan
13 Physical facilities in an airport AirsideRunwayTaxiway
14 Physical facilities in an airport LandsideConcoursePassenger terminal
15 Physical facilities in an airport Cargo terminal area
16 Physical facilities in an airport Air traffic control and navigation aids areaILSGP/DMEVOR/DMEASR-9Control tower
17 Physical facilities in an airport Other facilitiesFire stationOil depotHangar
18 The Procedure of Airport Master Plan Preplanning considerationsPolicy objectivesCritical aircraft/datum aircraftClassification of landing system
19 Steps in the planning process Prepare a msater planning work programmeInventory and document existing conditionsForecast future air traffic demandDetermine gross facility requirements and preliminary time-phased development.Evaluate existing and potential constraints
20 Steps in the planning process Agree upon relative importance or priority of various elements:Airport typeConstraintsPolitical and other considerationsDevelop several conceptual or master plan alternatives for purposes of comparative analysis.
21 Steps in the planning process Review and screen alternative conceptual plans. Provice all interested parties with an opportunity to test each alternative.Select most acceptable and appropriate alternative. Modify as necessary in response to review process and prepare in final form.
22 location of airport function? Goals & objectivesData collectionlocation of airport function?Analysis of demandEstimation of facilities requiredEvaluating existing and potential constraintsAgree upon relative importance or priority of various elements: airport type, contraints, political and other considerationsAirport master plan function estimate and suggestionAirport master plan detailairport peripheral planland use planpublic facilities plantransportation planenvironmental effect instruction\financial feasibility estimatesuggestions after implementing the planengineering plan and cost analysiseconomic benefit estimatefinancial plan estimate
23 The Outcomes of Airport Master Plan Including a series of planning graph and a master planning report.Establish data management and public information systems
24 The Revision of Airport Master Plan Master plan and/or spcific elements should be reviewed at least annually and adjusted as appropriate to reflect conditions at the time of review.Master plan should be thoroughly evaluated and modified every five years, or more often if changes in economic, operational, environmental and financial conditions indicate an earlier need for each revision.
25 NOTE: ILS of the airport An instrument landing system (ILS) is a ground-based instrument approach system that provides precision guidance to an aircraft approaching and landing on a runway, using a combination of radio signals and, in many cases, high-intensity lighting arrays to enable a safe landing during instrument meteorological conditions (IMC), such as low ceilings or reduced visibility due to fog, rain, or blowing snow.
26 ILS categories Category I (CAT I) Category II (CAT II) Category III (CAT III)