Accession Number : AD0785309

Title :   An Advanced Air Traffic Management Concept Based on Extensions of the Upgraded Third Generation ATC System. System B: 1995 Los Angeles Basin Traffic Model, Volume I,

Corporate Author : MITRE CORP MCLEAN VA

Personal Author(s) : Mundra,A. D.

Report Date : MAR 1974

Pagination or Media Count : 94

Abstract : A model of air traffic in the Los Angeles basin for the 1995 time frame is developed in this document. Details of annual operations demand projections for the basin including a distribution of loads over airports are provided. This demand is then translated into a typical peak instant traffic picture (snapshot of the airspace) and estimates of the busy hub hour loads for airports. The snapshot is summarized for various characteristics such as user type, flight type, altitude distributions and speed distributions.

Descriptors :   *Air traffic control systems, *Management engineering, *Forecasting, Mathematical models, California, Operation, Airports, Load distribution, Peak values, Management information systems, Economics, Classification, Factor analysis, Velocity, Altitude, Statistical data

Subject Categories : Administration and Management
      Air Navigation and Guidance

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE