Graphic Study of a Selected Site for a Second Major Airport in the Atlanta, Georgia, Terminal Area.
Final rept. Jun-Jul 74,
NATIONAL AVIATION FACILITIES EXPERIMENTAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY N J
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A graphic simulation study of the Atlanta air traffic control terminal area was requested by the Southern Region to assist in developing a feasible plan for airspace use and air traffic control operations in the Atlanta metropolitan area, assuming the establishment of a second major airport. The second major airport was assumed to be located in the PauldingPolk County area of Georgia, approximately 15 nautical miles west of Dobbins Air Force BaseNaval Air Station Atlanta, Marietta, Georgia. The study considered instrument operations to all instrument flight rule airports within the Atlanta terminal area. The primary runway configuration considered at the new airport was a northwestsoutheast alignment of four parallel runways with two additional parallel northsouth runways. The present major airport, William B. Hartsfield Atlanta International Airport, was considered to have four parallel eastwest runways. Three other runway alignments for the new airport, a westnorthwest and southwest were also studied. Modified author abstract
- Terminal Flight Facilities
- Air Navigation and Guidance