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Airport economic impact studies may accurately measure the activity that occurs on airport properties or is tied directly to airport operations (such as off-site parking and hotels that accommodate airline crew who overnight in a location), but they do not capture how air service supports business and employment throughout the region.

The TRB Airport Cooperative Research Program's ACRP Web-Only Document 53: Measuring and Understanding the Relationship Between Air Service and Regional Economic Development provides airports and major regional stakeholders concerned with economic development with the information and tools necessary to understand and communicate the nexus between air service and regional employment.

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