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... However, few airports or airlines have seen a need for this additional queuing area. The Holdrooms model is organized like the other spreadsheet models with the same color-coded user cells and links to the Table of Contents and to the User's Guide as seen in Figure 61.
From page 49...
... Holdrooms Model 49 Single Holdroom Approach The Holdrooms model shown in Figure 62 requires that the user input aircraft and load factor information and, by using the LOS guidance in the cell comments, select the percentages and criteria that will determine the holdroom areas. By adjusting the factors that increase or decrease the suggested holdroom area, the user can observe the effects that properly accounting for the amenities, utilization, and sharing factors can have.
From page 50...
... 50 Airport Passenger Terminal Planning and Design This model is referred to as a "single holdroom approach." However, the number of podium positions and boarding bridges or doors is variable. This allows the model to be used for a holdroom that may serve multiple gates, and therefore, serve different aircraft classes.
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... Holdrooms Model 51 Source: Hirsh Associates 8FT / 2.4M typical 15FT / 4.5M 6FT / 1.8M min. clear 25FT / 7.5M min.

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