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Policy and Planning Issues Roadmap Report (2019)

Chapter: Appendix A. List of Acronyms

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Suggested Citation:"Appendix A. List of Acronyms." National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. 2019. Policy and Planning Issues Roadmap Report. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/25605.
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Policy and Planning Issues Roadmap Report 21 Table A.1: Table of Acronyms and Definitions Acronym Definition A-CDM Airport Collaborative Decision Making ACRP Airport Cooperative Research Program AIP Airport Improvement Program APM Airport People Mover AVs Autonomous Vehicles CAVs Connected Autonomous Vehicles CCO Continuous Climb Operation CONRAC Consolidated Rental Car Center CRM Customer Relationship Management DB Design–Build DBFOM Design–Build–Finance–Operate and Maintain EAS Essential Air Service FAA Federal Aviation Administration (of the United Sates) FBO Fixed-Based Operator FOD Foreign Object Debris GA General Aviation HOV High-Occupancy Vehicles IATA International Airline Transport Association IFR Instrument Flight Rules JV Joint Venture PFC Passenger Facility Charge P3s Public–Private–Partnerships RIM Runway Incursion Mitigation SMS Safety Management Systems TDM Transportation Demand Management VFM Value for Money WSG World Scheduling Guidelines A List of Acronyms

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Major technological and security changes in the aviation industry over the past 20 years have forced airport leaders and aviation stakeholders to think of new research ideas that will improve the planning and development of policies and new models that foster growth of air service, incorporate new airport and customer technology, revise airport business models, and better interact with neighboring communities.

ACRP (Airport Cooperative Research Program) Web-Only Document 39: Policy and Planning Issues Roadmap Report is one of several Research Roadmap Reports that the ACRP commissioned to generate the research ideas that will help airports solve common problems, learn about new technologies, and assess innovations in services and operations.

Planning and policy together represent one of 10 identified categories of research that directly involves and benefits the airport industry. Policy and planning issues are especially sensitive to developments in the aviation industry. For example, airport boards and executives may adopt new commercial strategies to raise additional airport revenues (an internal decision), while the FAA may change the criteria or funding levels for airport programs (an external decision).

These Research Roadmaps augment the continuous ACRP solicitation process to airport industry practitioners for research ideas and problem statements.

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