Forecasting Airport Trafficby Norman L. Johnson,
Serial Information: Journal of the Aero-Space Transport Division, 1964, Vol. 90, Issue 2, Pg. 181-196
Document Type: Journal Paper
New terminal facilities should be designed to meet the average peak demand at their physical half-life. The forecast of air traffic is made by a Market Analysis Method which is found to be an improvement over extrapolations of past traffic and other systems of prediction. Using this method, predictions are made of the probable demands to be made on Newark (N. J.) Airport in 1975.
Subject Headings: Air traffic | Forecasting | Airports and airfields | Traffic analysis | Building design | Business management | Terminal facilities | New Jersey | North America | Newark | United States
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