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By Christopher J. Blow (Auth.)

ISBN-10: 0750612789

ISBN-13: 9780750612784

This paintings bargains with the capability of airports and the way forward for airport terminals within the mild of expected passenger development facts (2 billion airline passengers via the 12 months 2000). the kinds of recent, alternative and improved terminals with a purpose to be required are mentioned. themes coated contain purposes for airport place, wide-ranging case experiences (Osaka Bay, Munich, Southampton and Charles de Gaulle airports, for example), the taxonomy of airport kinds and public shipping interchanges

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1. 50 Heathrow Terminal 4 location Description: the central terminal area of Heathrow Airport, constrained by the runway pattern surrounding it, had developed steady between 1950 and 1977. Then the decision was made to build a fourth terminal outside the central area, using an area originally designated as an aircraft maintenance area. The site was the last remaining one on the perimeter of the airport until the future release of major areas of land by the relocation of a sewage disposal plant.

In Proceedings of the 8th World Airports Conference, Airports for People, 1987. Thomas Telford, London Turner, D. W. (1984) New concepts in airport planning and design. In Proceedings of the 7th World Airports Conference, Economics of Air Transportation, 1983. Thomas Telford, London Wilson, J. R. (1990) High growth in heliports forecast. Jane's Airport Review, March 1990 Woolley, D. (1987) London STOLport: amid the politics operations begin. Airport Forum, 5/1987 6 Functional types of airport terminal Irrespective of the form of aircraft parking adopted (linear, pier(s), satellite(s) or remote or any combination of these), the terminal will be either single-purpose or multi-purpose, either airline-owned or airport-owned, either for domestic and/or international traffic, either centralized or decentralized.

ICAO, Montreal International Civil Aviation Organisation (1987) Airport Planning Manual, Master Planning, 9184-AN/902 Part 1 Chapter 6. ICAO, Montreal Further reading Bunch, R. (1989) World issues in heliport development. In Airport Technology International 1989/90, (ed. M. G. the case for expanding Heathrow. 7. Heathrow Airport Terminal 4 roads/car parks plan, Architects: Scott Brownrigg & Turner, Guildford, Client: Heathrow Airport Ltd Sainsbury, R. N. (1988) London City Airport-a new approach to city centre travel.

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