TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Report 123: A Guidebook for Airport Winter Operations provides direction to airport facilities as they prepare for, operate during, and recover from disruptive winter events. The report also provides tips for managing the overall passenger experience and provides guidance on the levels of investment needed to implement an effective winter operations program.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2015. A Guidebook for Airport Winter Operations. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. https://doi.org/10.17226/22221.
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||1-5|
|Chapter 2 - Relationships as the Foundation for Winter Operations Success||6-9|
|Chapter 3 - FAA Requirements and Guidance Related to Winter Operations||10-14|
|Chapter 4 - Regulation of Winter Operation Impacts on Stormwater||15-26|
|Chapter 5 - Historical Winter Storm Event Data||27-32|
|Chapter 6 - Winter Operations Performance Measurement||33-39|
|Chapter 7 - Winter Operations Baseline and Performance Targets||40-50|
|Chapter 8 - Winter Operations Best Practices||51-70|
|Chapter 9 - SICP Best Practices||71-85|
|Chapter 10 - Snow Clearing Operations and Preventive Measures/Ice Prevention Best Practices||86-96|
|Chapter 11 - Runway Surface Assessment and Reporting Best Practices||97-99|
|Chapter 12 - Winter Operations Performance Evaluation||100-106|
|Chapter 13 - Investment to Reduce SRE Runway Occupancy Time||107-113|
|Chapter 14 - Selecting Winter Operations Improvement Alternatives||114-117|
|Appendix A - Accessing Meteorological Data||122-123|
|Appendix B - Example Airport Performance Indicators||124-127|
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