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Questions Associated with Steps 1–3 A-5 (continued on next page) Table A-2. (Continued). 9. Are there plans for additional terminals or concourses? Yes, new construction will impact movement within the ramp area Yes, but new construction will not affect the movement within the ramp area No 10. If new construction will impact efficiency within the ramp area, what will be affected? Gate adjacency Ramp congestion Holding pads in the ramp area Demand/capacity imbalance Terminal complexity Topic Questions Response 4. If holding pads in the ramp area are an efficiency concern, how significant is the issue? Significant most of the time Significant some of the time Not significant 5. If demand/capacity imbalance is an efficiency concern, how significant are the ramp congestion issues? Significant most of the time Significant some of the time Not significant 6. If your airport has a demand/capacity imbalance resulting in departure delays, which flight operators are affected? Single dominant air carrier Multiple air carriers including a dominant air carrier Multiple air carriers that do not include the dominant air carrier or no dominant air carrier is present CONSIDERATION TOPIC: SAFETY 7. If one or more accidents or incidents in the ramp have occurred in the past 6 months, how many air carriers are/were involved? Single dominant air carrier Multiple air carriers including a dominant air carrier Multiple air carriers that do not include the dominant air carrier or no dominant air carrier is present CONSIDERATION TOPIC: CONSTRUCTION 8. If new construction is expected to impact efficiency, which air carriers will be affected? Single dominant air carrier only Multiple air carriers including a dominant air carrier Multiple air carriers that do not include the dominant air carrier or no dominant air carrier is present a. If new construction will affect the efficiency of a single dominant air carrier is the air carrier considering ramp control? Yes No

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