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U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Aviation AdrGnistration

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Subject: PLANNING AND DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR AIRPORT TERMINAL FACILITIES

Date: 4/22/88 Initiated by: AAS- 100

AC No: 150/5360-13 change:

1. PURPOSE. This advisory circular (AC) provides guidelines for the planning and design of airport terminal buildings and related access facilities. I 2. CANCELLATION. The following advisory circulars are canceled: a. AC 150/5360-6, Airport Terminal Building Development with Federal Participation, dated October 5, 1976. b. AC 150/5360-7, Planning and Design Considerations for Airport Terminal Building Development, dated October 5, 1976. 3. RELATED READING MATERIAL. Appendix 1 contains a listing of documents with supplemental material relating to the planning and design of airport terminal facilities and how they may be obtained.

Leonard E. Mudd Director, Offke of Airport Standards

4/22/88

AC
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1. INITIAL PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS

150/5368-13

1. Introduction.. ........................................................................................................................................... 2. Airport Master Plans .............................................................................................................................. 3. Factors Influencing Terminal Configuration and Size.. ...................................................................... 4. Terminal Siting Considerations ............................................................................................................. 5. Project Coordination .............................................................................................................................. 6.-19. Reserved ...............................................................................................................................................

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CHAPTER 2. DESIGN METHODOLOGIES
20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. General .................................................................................................................................................... Forecasts .................................................................................................................................................. Translating Forecasts to Peak Demands .............................................................................................. Peak Daily Activity.. .............................................................................................................................. Peak Hourly Activity ............................................................................................................................. Equivalent Aircraft (EQA) Factors ...................................................................................................... Base Year Total Gate EQA ................................................................................................................... Future Total Gate EQA ........ ................................................................................................................ EQA Arrivals .......................................................................................................................................... Forecast Reasonability Checks .............................................................................................................. Reserved .................................................................................................................................................. 7 7 7 7 7 11 12 12 13 13 14

CHAPTER 3.
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FUNCTIONAL RELATIONSHIPS AND TERMINAL CONCEPTS
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31. Major Terminal Components...
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