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  • One of the most important security measures at an airport isconfirming the identity of travelers. This is done by checkinga photo ID, such as a driver's license. If you are travelinginternationally, you need to present your passport
  • Baggage Handling ProcessDCVsMetal cart with wheels on the bottom and a plastic tub on top (mounted on a pivot) that tilts into three positions for automatically loading, carrying and unloading baggageRide on a metal track like a roller coasterTravel up to 24 mphSlow to 4.5 mph for loading and 8.5 mph for unloadingPhoto-electric sensors trigger laser scanner when DCV is present and associate the bag with the DCVLocated every 150 to 200 feet of trackData from scanners is transmitted to a computer that translates it by using a look up table to match the flight number with the appropriate gate
  • Presentation airport planning

    2. 2.  You are task to prepare a plan to establish a new airport  Legislation  Land procurement  Facility  Runway – 1000 feet  Control Tower , Terminal , Hangar  Future Development  Limitation
    3. 3.  Our Goal is to provide effective services with minimum cost that much needed in the industry  Our vision is to be a world class Low Cost Carrier International Airport in malaysia and the asia pacific region by providing our customer with the best services and facility fully equipped and up to date to face the uncertainties in the ever changing world
    4. 4.  To build an airport they are legislation and regulation need to be follow to ensure safety environment.This are example some of the Legislation  This Legislation covered every aspect to build an airport  ICAO  Aircraft Noise Regulations  Air Navigation Act 1920  Air Navigation Regulations 1947  International Airline License Guidance Notes  International Air Services Commission Act1992  Ownership & Control of Leased Federal Airports  Airspace at Federal Airports  Family Assistance Code  Aviation Transport Security Act 2004  Aviation Transport Security Regulations 2005  Air Accidents (Commonwealth Government Liability) Act 1963  Civil Aviation (Carrier's Liability) Act 1959  Civil Aviation (Carrier's Liability) Regulations 1991  Damage by Aircraft Act 1999
    5. 5.  Normally land interests needed by the DCA are for airport sites.  The process for procurement of real property interests can be initiated informally such as a request for market information, potential costs, or availability  Must be free of any hazard  Our mission is to establish Low Cost Carrier Airport with 2 runway
    7. 7.  There are going to be 2 tower control in our airport to ensure efficient flow of flight operation
    8. 8. PIER FINGER TERMINALS  Piers offer high aircraft capacity and simplicity of design, but often result in a long distance from the check-in counter to the gate (this way called as Contact Pier).  Example airport Suvarnabhumi Airport Advantages:  Short distance  Low cost construction • Utilization of Facility • Facility Investment • Operational efficiency • Architectural • Example Incheon airport SEMICIRCULLAR TERMINAL
    9. 9.  Airport Check-in are service counters found at commercial airports handling commercial air travel. The check-in is normally handled by an airline or a handling agent working on behalf of an airline. Passengers usually hand over any baggage they do not wish or are not allowed to carry-on to the aircraft's cabin and receive a boarding pass before they can proceed to board their aircraft • Self Check-in Kiosk Check-in counters
    10. 10.  Confirming the identity of travelers, Checking a photo ID & transports.  Body Screening using Metal Detector Gate  Baggage scanning using X-ray machine
    11. 11.  Manual Methods  Multiple luggage pieces in one cart  Not automatically sorted  Automatic Methods  DCV – Destination Coded Vehicles  Each cart contains a single piece of baggage  Automatically sorted  Little or no human interaction required
    12. 12.  DCVs = Destination-Coded Vehicles  Automatic Scanner = scan the labels on the baggage  Conveyors- Like a local ‘roads’
    13. 13. Primary Surveillance Radar: PSR  Modern radar technology  aircraft detection within 80 NM of the airport  support for increased number of flights handled by Approach controllers  detection of non-transponder aircraft by receiving radio reflections.  high reliability. If one part of the PSR fails, the whole system can continue to operate in a mode called fail-soft.  Modern technology supporting SSR Mode S compatible with the revised ICAO plan for Communication, Navigation, Survei llance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM)  detection and tracking with 250 NM coverage  support for both Approach and Area Control. Secondary Surveillance Radar: SSR
    14. 14. Surface Movement Radar: SMR  Operation at X-Band frequency with antenna rotation of 60 rpm.  detection of objects every second  Support for ATC by monitoring aircraft from landing to parking at apron, and operating safely and Speedily in both good and bad weather e.g. heavy rainfall and thick fog.  A ‘seamless’ and accurate surveillance system using the same principles as GPS, including a search facility for aircraft and vehicle positions. support for ATC by tracking all aircraft from landing to take-off in all areas an auxiliary system to SMR covering all airport areas support of future GPS-based surveillance system Mul Tilateration System: MLTS
    15. 15. As mentioned earlier, the Low Cost Carrier International Airport offers superlative services for the traveler. The airport is easy to get around with escalators, elevators, walkways and luggage conveyors. Travelers can rely on the convenient services offered to make their travel experience as convenient and enjoyable as possible. Along with all of the amazing transportation options available, the Low Cost Carrier International Airport aims at offering travels every amenity imaginable. First, there are a number of different dining facilities at the airport so that travelers can get a bite to eat. Next, travelers can shop at the various stores located on site. Finally, there is even an airport hotel available for convenient and accessible accommodations There are myriad forms of transportation offered at the Low Cost Carrier International Airport. One can rely on the services of the Airport Express, the car rental, the limousines, the public bus, public taxis, or the shuttle bus to travel within or from the Airport to various parts of the state. The shuttle bus at the LCC International Airport is free for both airport employees and passengers utilizing the services of the airport.
    16. 16. According to the official masterplan: Low Cost Carrier International Airport is planned to operate as many as 76 flights per hour on two parallel runways. The airport boasts 51 aircraft stands and 120 parking bays for wide-bodied aircraft. 5 of these bays are capable of accommodating the Airbus A380, the future monster of the air. Capable of handling 45 million passengers and 3 million tonnes of cargo per year.
    17. 17.  Underground rail link station and in front of the passenger terminal building is a 600-room hotel  Between the airport hotel and the terminal building are the two 5- storey car parks with a combined capacity of 5,000 cars.  4 runways flanking 2 main terminals and 2 satellite buildings with a combined capacity capable of handling up to 100 million passengers and 6.4 million tonnes of cargo a year  Built a separate terminal for low-cost airlines operating concept will be modeled after the LCCT of KLIA and Singapore Changi Airport.  Aeropolis city - A 'water-city' or 'Venice-of-the-East - This concept will feature a water front.