Airports and the Newest Generation of General Aviation by Spitz, William; Golaszewski, Richard

By Spitz, William; Golaszewski, Richard

Description quantity 1 offers a forecast of expected fleet task linked to the most recent iteration of basic Aviation (GA) plane over a five- and 10-year outlook. This quantity can be of curiosity to airport operators at the moment serving GA plane, in addition to those who are contemplating the capability effect of incorporating advertisement carrier that could be supplied through Very gentle Jets (VLJs) and different complicated small GA plane at their airports. utilizing 2007 because the baseline, this Forecast presents five- and 10-year fleet dimension projections for the latest new release of GA plane and highlights a number of fleets and their brands. either conventional GA makes use of in addition to advertisement air taxi makes use of are thought of. as well as fleet estimates, operational task projections by way of VLJs utilized in advertisement air taxi providers are supplied for over 1,800 U.S. airports. along side the quantity 2 Guidebook, those fleet and job forecasts can be utilized by means of airport operators to evaluate either the sensible specifications and the leading edge recommendations for accommodating those new sorts of GA airplane. Airport planners can use this Forecast because the foundation for upgrading current, and growing new airport amenities (along with the companies needed). provider services and stakeholders inquisitive about GA task will locate this Forecast priceless in looking new company possibilities within the foreseeable destiny

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Louis Kansas City Des Moines Springfield Olathe White Plains Teterboro Syracuse Pittsburgh Manassas Chicago/Prospect Heights Cincinnati Pontiac Detroit Detroit Norwood Bedford Beverly Nashua Vineyard Haven Denver Everett Denver Portland Portland Atlanta Atlanta Lawrenceville Atlanta Orlando Dallas San Antonio Houston Houston San Marcos Las Vegas San Diego Carlsbad San Diego/El Cajon Las Vegas State MO MO IA MO KS NY NJ NY PA VA IL OH MI MI MI MA MA MA NH MA CO WA CO OR OR GA GA GA GA FL TX TX TX TX TX NV CA CA CA NV FAA Itinerant + Local Ops 2007 146,384 95,438 106,211 74,504 70,438 202,572 202,193 107,749 82,185 110,132 118,496 72,717 209,198 84,968 77,571 84,784 169,471 69,351 104,237 52,060 329,959 131,836 167,968 224,461 86,721 223,399 122,196 85,686 110,069 151,734 131,833 148,631 86,538 144,974 120,420 219,240 223,410 215,859 295,342 67,482 Added Total Air Taxi Ops by 2017 16,897 14,359 8,784 5,970 5,784 31,561 29,347 23,103 18,691 18,275 51,870 42,304 17,808 17,730 17,449 15,697 7,010 4,484 2,967 2,706 30,405 13,455 10,957 10,177 10,154 47,433 34,773 34,213 20,955 20,277 111,988 37,656 31,147 25,096 18,187 250,199 78,118 60,820 56,044 47,108 25 CHAPTER 4 Conclusions Estimation of Projected Fleet Changes Table 22 provides summary estimates of the projected fleet changes from this analysis.

Using different assumptions for any of these factors could have significant impacts on the estimated results. Operational Impacts on Airports 15 The 2007 projections from the model are well below the current aggregate air taxi fleet shown earlier in Table 2. The two really cannot be compared for a variety of reasons, including that (1) the FAA air taxi definitions from Table 2 are quite different and cover a much larger portion of overall flight activity than the actual usage assignments used here based on ETMS activity and (2) the utilization rates used in this analysis are much higher than the historical averages for piston, turboprop, and jet categories shown in Table 3, which are confounded because they reflect combined activity of aircraft across different usage categories.

Hanscom Fld Beverly Muni Boire Field Waterbury-Oxford Centennial Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Durango-La Plata County W alker Field Portland-Hillsboro Dekalb-Peachtree Fulton County Airport-Brown Field Gwinnett County - Briscoe Field Horace W illiams Cobb County-Mc Collum Field Addison Stinson Muni Sugar Land Rgnl Ellington Field San Marcos Muni North Las Vegas Mc Clellan-Palomar Montgomery Field Henderson Executive Fresno Yosemite Intl Obviously the results may vary significantly for specific facilities; airport-specific air taxi estimates for all 1,842 airports included in the study are provided electronically in the appendix for Volume 2 of this report.

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