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Suggested Citation:"Appendix B - Bibliography." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2014. Defining and Measuring Aircraft Delay and Airport Capacity Thresholds. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/22428.
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59 ABC News, 2010, “America’s Most-Delayed Airports: These Airports Are Plagued with Constant Flight Delays, Poor On-Time Records,” ABC News, retrieved December 12, 2010, http://abcnews.go.com Air Transport News, 2011, “Interview with Jim Bennett: Abu Dhabi Air- ports Company,” Air Transport News, info@airtransportnews.aero American Aviation Institute, 2012, The State of U.S. Aviation: Compre- hensive Analysis of Airline Schedules & Airport Delays, Bethesda, MD. Ball, M., 2010, Total Delay Impact Study: A Comprehensive Assessment of the Costs and Impacts of Flight Delay in the United States, Final Report, National Center of Excellence for Aviation Operations Research (NEXTOR), University of Maryland (United States). Berndt, K., On Time Performance by Airline, retrieved November 23, 2011, http://www.itsplaneandsimple.com/?p=137 Brown, D., Get the Flick, retrieved November 23, 2011, http://gettheflick. blogspot.com County of Rockland, New York, et al., 2007, Oral Argument Requested in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit No. 07-70121, Washington, D.C. deNeufville, R. and Odoni, A., 2003, Airport Systems: Planning, Design, and Management. Dunlay, W. J. and Keidel-Adams, P., “ACRP Project 03-17: Evaluating Airfield Capacity,” Operations & Technical Affairs Committee Pre-Conference Seminar ACI-NA 20th Annual Conference and Exhibition, San Diego, October 16, 2011. Federal Aviation Administration, 1983, Advisory Circular: Airport Capacity and Delay, Reprint Incorporates Changes 1 and 2, AC No: 150/5060-5. Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C. Federal Aviation Administration, 1999, FAA Airport Benefit Cost Analy- sis Guidance and Addendum (2010), Office of Aviation Policy and Plans, Washington, D.C. Federal Aviation Administration, 2004, Airport Capacity Benchmark Report, Office of the Administrator, Washington, D.C. Federal Aviation Administration, 2010, National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) 2011-2015, Secretary of Transportation, Washington, D.C. Federal Aviation Administration, 2011, NextGen for Airports. U.S.DOT, Federal Aviation Administration. Federal Aviation Administration, 2011, Optimization of Airspace and Pro- cedures in the Metroplex (OAPM), Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C. Gonzalez, D. R., 2011, “Airport Law,” Worldwide Airports Lawyers Asso- ciation Newsletter, Year 1, No. 1 (May 2011) pp. 4–16. Hanni, K. and Foreman, F. J., 2011, 2010 Real Air Travel Consumer Report Card, FlyersRights.org, Napa, CA. Horonjeff, R., McKelvey, F., Sproule, W., and Young, S., 2010, Planning and Design of Airports (5th ed.) Kaye, K. and Sentinel, S., June 19, 2011, “Summer Storms More Likely to Cause Airline Delays Than Winter Weather,” South Florida Sun- Sentinel.com, Retrieved June 20, 2011, http://www.sun-sentinel.com Kumar, V., Sherry, L., 2009, “Airport Throughput Capacity Limits for Demand Management Planning,” ICNS Conference, Washington, D.C., May 13-15, 2009. Maxon, T., February 11, 2011, “American Airlines Up, Southwest Down in On-Time Rankings,” Dallas News, retrieved March 21, 2011, http://www.dallasnews.com Miller, M., June 10, 2011, “American Aviation Institute Cites High Air- line Cancellations,” Airport Business, retrieved June 10, 2011, http:// www.airportbusiness.com MITRE Center of Advanced Aviation System Development, 2007, Capac- ity Needs in the National Airspace System Update Airports and ATO, MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA. MITRE Center of Advanced Aviation System Development, 2007, Capac- ity Needs in the National Airspace System 2007-2025: An Analysis of Airports and Metropolitan Area Demand and Operational Capacity in the Future, MITRE Corporation, McLean, VA. Performance Review Commission and the Air Traffic Organization Strategy and Performance Business Unit, 2009, U.S./Europe Com- parison of ATM-Related Operational Performance, Final Report, Federal Aviation Administration, Washington, D.C. Schwab, R. W. et al., 2000, A Preliminary Design Process for Airspace Sys- tems Initial Assessment: Chicago Case Study Final Report, Advanced Air Transportation Technologies (AATT) Program Office, National Aeronautics and Space Administration Ames Research Center, CA. Sharkey, J., June 27, 2011, “Still Some Horror Stories, but Fewer Stranded Flights,” The New York Times, retrieved June 28, 2011, http://www. nytimes.com Snyder, B., The Cranky Flier, retrieved November 23, 2011, http:// crankyflier.com United States DOT, 2000, A Preliminary Design Process for Airspace Sys- tems: Initial Assessment—Chicago Case Study, Final Report, Volpe National Transportation Systems Center, Boeing Company, Logistics Management Institute, Flight Transportation Associates, Federal Aviation Administration, prepared for Advanced Air Transporta- tion Technologies (AATT) Program Office at National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Ames Research Center. A P P E N D I X B Bibliography

60 United States Government Accountability Office, 2010, Aviation Safety—Certification and Approval Processes Are Generally Viewed as Working Well, but Better Evaluative Information Needed to Improve Efficiency, United States Government Accountability Office, Washington, D.C. United States Government Accountability Office, 2011, Airline Pas- senger Protections: More Data and Analysis Needed to Understand Effects of Flight Delays, retrieved November 23, 2011, http:// gao.gov United States Government Accountability Office, 2007, Reagan National Airport: Update on Capacity to Handle Additional Flights and Impact on Other Area Airports, retrieved November 23, 2011, http://gao.gov United States Government Accountability Office, 2010, National Air- space System: Setting On-Time Performance Targets at Congested Airports Could Help Focus FAA’s Actions, retrieved November 23, 2011, http://gao.gov United States Government Accountability Office, 2011, Next Genera- tion Air Transportation System: FAA has Made Some Progress in Implementation, but Delays Threaten to Impact Costs and Benefits, retrieved November 23, 2011, http://gao.gov VanderMey, A., 2011, “Flight Patterns: Ever Wonder What’s Behind the Rising Price of an Airline Ticket? The Cost Breakdown May Surprise You,” The Chartist, Fortune, p 31. Zupan, J. M. et al., 2011, Upgrading to World Class: The Future of the New York Region’s Airports, Regional Plan Association, New York, NY. Zogg, A. B., August 28, 2012, “Solving Commercial Aviation’s $27 Billion Weather Problem.” The Hill, retrieved August 28, 2012, http://thehill.com Models/Tools ARCport is developed, maintained, and supported by Aviation Research Corporation US (ARC US). Contact Point Roberts, WA 98281. Phone: 360.945.2962. CAST Aircraft can be purchased from Aachen Research Center, Bismarckstr. 61, 52066 Aachen, Germany. Phone: +49-241 16843-19. Simmod PRO! runs the FAA’s SIMMOD simulation engine and includes expanded capabilities. Tool can be purchased from ATAC Corpo- ration, 755 N. Mathilda Avenue, Suite 200, Sunnyvale, CA 94085. Phone: 408.736.2822. SIMMOD simulation engine is available from the FAA William J. Hughes Technical Center Simulation and Analysis Team (AJP-661, Capacity Modeling and Analysis Group, Atlantic City International Airport, NJ 08405. Phone: 609.485.5090. TAAM, Total Airspace and Airport Modeler, can be purchased from Jeppesen, 55 Inverness Drive East, Englewood, CO 8011. Phone: 303.328.6578 or 303.799.9090. Visual SIMMOD is a complete set of tools designed to work with the FAA’s SIMMOD model and can be purchased from Airport Tools, 22434 Creston Drive, Los Altos, CA 94024. Phone: 408.736.5898.

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