By Spitz, William; Golaszewski, Richard
Description quantity 1 presents a forecast of expected fleet job linked to the latest new release of basic Aviation (GA) airplane over a five- and 10-year outlook. This quantity should be of curiosity to airport operators at the moment serving GA plane, in addition to those who are contemplating the capability impression of incorporating advertisement carrier which may be supplied by way of Very gentle Jets (VLJs) and different complex small GA airplane at their airports. utilizing 2007 because the baseline, this Forecast offers five- and 10-year fleet dimension projections for the most recent new release of GA airplane and highlights various 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 through VLJs utilized in advertisement air taxi companies are supplied for over 1,800 U.S. airports. together with the amount 2 Guidebook, those fleet and job forecasts can be utilized through airport operators to evaluate either the sensible requisites and the cutting edge innovations for accommodating those new sorts of GA airplane. Airport planners can use this Forecast because the foundation for upgrading current, and developing new airport amenities (along with the prone needed). carrier services and stakeholders considering GA job will locate this Forecast beneficial in looking new company possibilities within the foreseeable destiny
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Added total air taxi operations by 2017—top five airports by region. Region Central Eastern Great Lakes New England Northwestern Mountain Southern Southwestern Western Pacific Locid SUS MKC DSM SGF OJC HPN TEB SYR AGC HEF PWK LUK PTK YIP DET OWD BED BVY ASH MVY APA PAE BJC HIO TTD PDK FTY LZU RYY ORL ADS SSF SGR EFD HYI VGT MYF CRQ SEE HND Facility Spirit of St. Louis Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Des Moines Intl Springfield-Branson National Johnson County Executive Westchester County Teterboro Syracuse Hancock Intl Allegheny County Manassas Rgnl/Harry P.
94 per gallon. Given the volatility in the price of oil, it is difficult to project future costs and prices for the 2012 and 2017 forecasts. Since late 2007, the world price of oil swung wildly upward during the first half of 2008 and then plummeted dramatically in the second half. 35 per gallon for both avgas and jet fuel. S. 0% for the turboprop and light jet modes. 8%. Changes in oil prices would also be expected to influence commercial air fares. 0%, and this percentage increase was assumed to apply for the 2012 and 2017 projection years.
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.
Airports and the Newest Generation of General Aviation Aircraft, Volume 1 - Forecast by Spitz, William; Golaszewski, Richard