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Alternative Fuels in Airport Fleets (2017)

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Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX B List of Survey Respondents." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2017. Alternative Fuels in Airport Fleets. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/24868.
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40 APPENDIX B List of Survey Respondents Table B1 provides a summary of the participating airports, including information on their sizes, categories, and geographies. The categories reflect those in the National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems. The “P” category is for primary airports, which are commercial service airports that have more than 10,000 passenger boardings each year. The “R” category is for reliever airports, which are airports designated by the FAA to relieve congestion at commercial service airports and to provide improved general aviation access to the overall community. Interview column indicates airports with whom the authors of this report held a follow-up phone interview. TABLE B1 AIRPORTS IN ONLINE SURVEY AND FOLLOW-UP PHONE CALL, LISTED WITH NUMBER OF ENPLANEMENTS IN 2015 Airport Code Airport Category City State/Region Enplanements (CY 2015) Interview? Albany International Airport ALB P Albany NY 1,276,793 Albuquerque International Airport ABQ P Albuquerque NM 2,323,883 Atlanta International Airport ATL P Atlanta GA 49,340,732 Yes Baltimore–Washington International Airport BWI P Baltimore MD 11,738,845 Clinton National Airport LIT P Little Rock AR 958,510 Dallas–Fort Worth International Airport DFW P Irving TX 31,589,839 Denver International Airport DEN P Aurora CO 26,280,043 Yes Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport FLL P Fort Lauderdale FL 13,061,632 General Mitchell International Airport MKE P Milwaukee WI 3,229,897 Greenville–Spartanburg International Airport GSP P Greenville SC 955,097 Jacksonville International Airport JAX P Jacksonville FL 2,716,473 John F. Kennedy International Airport JFK P Queens NY 27,782,369 Yes John Glenn Columbus International Airport CMH P Columbus OH 3,312,496 John Wayne Airport, Orange County SNA P Santa Ana CA 4,945,209 Yes LaGuardia Airport LGA P Queens NY 14,319,924 Yes Lambert–St. Louis International Airport STL P Saint Louis MO 6,239,248 Yes Lincoln Airport LNK P Lincoln NE 160,525 Logan International Airport BOS P Boston MA 16,290,362 Yes Los Angeles International Airport LAX P Los Angeles CA 36,351,272 Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport MSP P Saint Paul MN 17,634,273 Yes Newark Liberty International Airport EWR P Newark NJ 18,684,818 Yes Oakland International Airport OAK P Oakland CA 5,506,687 Yes O’Hare International Airport ORD P Chicago IL 36,305,668 Yes Philadelphia International Airport PHL P Philadelphia PA 15,101,349 Yes Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport PHX P Phoenix AZ 21,351,504 Portland International Airport PDX P Portland OR 8,340,252 Richmond International Airport RIC P Richmond VA 1,740,391 Yes San Francisco International Airport SFO P South San Francisco CA 24,190,560 Seattle–Tacoma International Airport SEA P Seattle WA 20,148,980 Yes Stewart International Airport SWF P New Windsor NY 142,603 Yes T. F. Green Airport PVD P Warwick RI 1,763,676 Teterboro Airport TEB R Teterboro NJ 7,951 Yes Vancouver International Airport YVR N/A Richmond BC 10,150,000 Average: 13,038,990

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TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Synthesis 85: Alternative Fuels in Airport Fleets is designed to assist airport operators in analyzing complex procurement, operational, and environmental decisions when considering alternative fuels in airport fleets.

Airports own and contract fleets to transport passengers, staff, and goods by on- and off-road vehicles. Although most transportation fuels are consumed by aircraft, using alternative fuels in airport fleets is one opportunity airports have to control emissions and fuel costs and potentially reduce maintenance.

The report compiles information on eight alternative fuels, including biodiesel, renewable diesel, compressed natural gas, renewable natural gas, liquefied natural gas, liquefied petroleum gas, hydrogen, and electricity.

Ethanol and hybrid-electric vehicles (HEVs) are not included in this report because the driving experience and refueling operations associated with ethanol and HEVs are well understood and documented elsewhere.

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