Airport Planning and Development Handbook: A Global Survey

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 589 pages
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Practical ideas on every major aspect of airport design and construction. Moving beyond the FAS's and ICAO's standard models, Airport Planning & Development Handbook: A Global Survey helps planners develop the infrastructure for efficiently and cost-effectively moving the global village's people and commodities. Author Paul Stephen Dempsey, a renowned expert on airports, airlines, and transportation law - has packed this guide with eye-opening case studies that draw on the experience of the planners and developers of projects on every continent. The Handbook takes you through each planning step, including organization and design, touching on all essential questions so you can... *See the future of airport growth as a result of air traffic pattern changes and other factors *Work through issues such as noise abatement and air pollution, siting constraints, and the politics of airport development *Analyze airport financing and support issues *Integrate connecting transportation modes*And much, much more

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A Global Survey of New Airports
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Oceania
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South America
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Paul Stephen Dempsey is Professor of Law and Director of the Transportation Law Program at the University of Denver. He is also Vice Chairman and Director of Frontier Airlines, and editorial columnist for the Denver Business Journal.

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