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Suggested Citation:"Abbreviations." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Using Disaggregated Socioeconomic Data in Air Passenger Demand Studies. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25411.
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122 Abbreviations AAAT Annual Average Air Trips ACI Airports Council International ACI-NA Airports Council International-North America ACRP Airport Cooperative Research Program AHI Average Household Income ARC Airlines Reporting Corporation ASQ Airport Service Quality A4A Airlines for America BEA Bureau of Economic Analysis (Department of Commerce) BLS Bureau of Labor Statistics (Department of Labor) BOS Boston Logan International Airport BTS Bureau of Transportation Statistics (Department of Transportation) BWI Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (airport code) CATI Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing Caltrans California Department of Transportation CES Consumer Expenditure Survey CHTS California Household Travel Survey CPI Consumer Price Index CSA Combined Statistical Area DB1B Database 1B (U.S. DOT airline O&D survey data) DCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (airport code) DfT Department for Transport (United Kingdom) EUG Eugene Airport (airport code) FAA U.S. Federal Aviation Administration FRED Federal Reserve Economic Data GDP Gross Domestic Product GNP Gross National Product GPS Global Positioning Systems GRP Gross Regional Product HH Household(s) HHI Household Income HSR High Speed Rail IAD Washington Dulles International Airport (airport code) IATA International Air Transport Association LAX Los Angeles International Airport (airport code) MDT Harrisburg International Airport (airport code) MSA Metropolitan Statistical Area MSO Missoula International Airport (airport code)

Abbreviations 123 MWCOG Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments NHTS National Household Travel Survey NPIAS National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems NTTO National Travel and Tourism Office OAK Oakland International Airport (airport code) OECD Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development O&D Origin and Destination PHX Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (airport code) PUMD Public Use Microdata PVD T.E. Green Airport, Providence, Rhode Island (airport code) RASDS New York Regional Air Service Demand Study RPK Revenue Passenger Kilometers RPM Revenue Passenger Miles RSME Root Mean Square Error SFO San Francisco International Airport (airport code) SIAT Survey of International Travelers TAF Terminal Area Forecast TAF-M Terminal Area Forecast Modernization TRACON Terminal Radar Approach Control TUL Tulsa International Airport (airport code) UK United Kingdom U.S. United States U.S. DOT U.S. Department of Transportation WHRTAS West of Hudson Regional Transit Access Study

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TRB’s Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Research Report: 194: Using Disaggregated Socioeconomic Data in Air Passenger Demand Studies explores the potential benefits of using disaggregated socioeconomic data, such as regional household income distributions and air passenger and travel survey data, for air passenger demand studies.

Aviation demand is strongly correlated to socioeconomic activity, and analysts typically use aggregate socioeconomic data, such as gross regional product or average regional household income, to better understand current and potential future aviation demand.

Since the United States is experiencing significant and ongoing demographic trends there is a question as to whether traditional methods and data sources will adequately capture these trends or would more detailed, disaggregated socioeconomic data, or even nontraditional data provide more accurate results.

This report summarizes long-term socioeconomic trends, attempts to understand their potential impact, and provides guidance for incorporating disaggregated socioeconomic data into air passenger demand studies.

The following appendices to ACRP Research Report 194 are available online:

Appendix A: Detailed Survey of Past Analyses of Air Passenger Demand

Appendix B: Airport Industry Use of Socioeconomic Data for Air Passenger Demand Studies

Appendix C: Additional Material on Sources of Disaggregated Socioeconomic Data

Appendix D: Detailed Case Study Analysis Results

Appendix E: Background on Other Analytic Approaches

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