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By Milan Janic

Airports are elements of the air delivery process including the ATC (Air site visitors Control), and airways. Many current airports were faced with expanding specifications for supplying the enough airside and landside means to deal with in most cases starting to be yet more and more unstable and unsure air delivery call for, successfully, successfully, and adequately. This call for has consisted of plane activities, passengers, and freight shipments. In parallel, the environmental constraints by way of noise, pollution, and land use (take) have bolstered. lower than such conditions, either present and especially new airports should use the complex innovations and techniques for research and forecasting of the airport call for, and making plans and layout of the airside and landside ability. those also will comprise constructing the non permanent and the long term suggestions for matching ability to call for so as to mitigate anticipated congestion and delays in addition to the multidimensional exam of the infrastructural, technical, technological, operational, monetary, environmental, and social airport functionality. This booklet presents an perception into those and different demanding situations, with which the present and destiny airports are to be more and more confronted within the twenty first century.

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In order to estimate the capacity of a given ATC/ATM sector based on the estimation of air traffic controller workload, the number, duration, and order of execution of particular control tasks-activities performed for the aircraft/flights passing through a given sector according to a given pattern during a given period of time should be considered. The ATC/ATM controller’s workload includes performing the physical and the mental tasks within the specified framework. In general, two types of the mental tasks dominate: monitoring the current air traffic on the radar screen, and receiving, processing (decisionmaking), and delivering the oral and/or digital instructions to the aircraft.

The efficiency and effectiveness is concerned with providing the aircraft/flights a smooth movement along the fuel-cost optimal trajectories connecting the origin and destination airports without deviations caused by the ATC/ATM reasons. Meeting the above-mentioned requirements (objectives) requires division (organization) of the controlled airspace into the smaller parts regarding the traffic intensity (density) and complexity. Such division is carried out as follows: i) division of the airspace into the airport zones, terminal areas, and the low and high altitude en-route areas; and ii) division of each of these areas into the smaller parts called the ‘ATC/ATM sectors'; each sector is under jurisdiction and responsibility of one or of a team of the air traffic controllers.

The flight frequency and its time pattern reflect the fact that most airlines schedule their flights at the times when the most users wish to travel daily, weekly, and/or monthly. Such flight scheduling materializes as the morning and the late afternoon/evening peak(s), which result in the relatively large concentration of users in the airport airside area (aircraft) and on the airport landside area (passengers and air cargo terminal complex), during the relatively short periods of time (one or at most two hours).

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