Fine Tuning the Airfield: The New Denver International Airportby Richard F. Veazey, New Denver Airport Office, Denver, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: International Air Transportation: A New International Airport
Abstract: This paper discusses airfield layout considerations that have been incorporated into the design of the new Denver International Airport (DIA). These concepts include some unique provisions for unimpeded taxing of aircraft, an advanced lighting program on the airfield, push-back zones behind parked aircraft, and other considerations which provide qualitative improvements in air traffic management and ground operations. The Airport is currently under construction with these improvements incorporated into the development program. While not practicable at all airports, these design considerations may be applicable for inclusion in projects at certain airports where new or redevelopment programs are being considered.
Subject Headings: Airports and airfields | Airport and airfield pavements | Highway and road design | Air traffic control | Air traffic | Construction management | Traffic signals | Aircraft and spacecraft | North America | Denver | Colorado | United States
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