ALLOCATING AND ACCOMMODATING SMALL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS IN THE BALTIMORE-WASHINGTON BI-REGION 800761
Allocating aircraft demand in a high density terminal area relies heavily on a sound, systematic plan for facility use.
Accommodation of the allocated or forecasted demand requires that facilities be adequately constructed and maintained. Revenue generation, capital investment monies and protection from encroachment by incompatible, off-airport land uses are the primary concerns of the airport operator.
Specific examples of providing or maintaining adequate facilities in the Baltimore-Washington Bi-region are given.