1980-04-01

Use of Separate Short Runways for Commuter and General Aviation Traffic at Major Airports 800762

The use of separate short runways for general aviation, commuter air carrier and air taxi operations, where possible, may provide increased airport capacity and hence reduced delays. These reduced delays would benefit the airport users through lower operating expenses. This paper presents a summary of the analysis to investigate the top 30 air carrier airports for the potential utilization of new or existing short runways under IFR conditions, and to estimate the potential IFR delay savings that would result from this use.

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