Airport Technical Planning

Subject areaAirport Planning, Operations and Management
Course languageEnglish
NameAirport Technical Planning
Duration3 Days

Course Benefits

Upon completing this course, participants will be enable to:

  • Explain the different technical elements of the Master Plan.
  • Describe the ICAO standards and recommended practices that drvies the entire airport development process.
  • Understand potential airport sub-system innovations and future challenges ( systems).
  • Identify the different methodologies for determining the airport capacity and related supply options.
  • Recognize evolving airline business models and challenges to match service levels with customer expectations.
  • Ensure matchingcapacity across airport sub-systems, including integration with off-airport surface / marine transportation, utility requirements, and other urban development priorities.
  • Address the growing importance of sustainability and environmental impacts associated with airport growth and change.

Who shoud attend

  • Senior Airport Management with oversight resposibilities for their Airport Master Plan.
  • Airfield and Terminal Planners and Project Team members
  • National Regulatory Officials City and Town Planners
  • Team members from Financial Organisations who are involved in Airport Developments


  • Definition and understanding of the technical aspects of an Airport Master Plan
  • Undertsand methodologies for determining airport capacity
  • Physical planning for all airport sub-systems including airfield, passenger and cargo terminals, support and utility services, commercial and business related activities, ground / marine transportation, and integration with off-site development requirements
  • Introduction of airport innovation, sustainability and environmental impact assessment
  • The role of technical simulation in airport case study analysis
  • Determining capital / operating costs and revenue potential for various airport design options
  • Review multiple examples of technical aspects of best-practice Master Plan

This course is not planned, Request