Airports represent a fundamental infrastructure to facilitate ground-air intermodal transportation. This book covers a brief, undergraduate introduction to airport engineering, including airport planning, airport configuration, airport operations, and aircraft characteristics related to airport planning, and a collection of exercises. The author, Manuel Soler Arnedo, is an Associate Professor at the Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, where he leads the area of air navigation, air transport, and airports, conducting research and teaching courses at undergraduate and graduate levels.
Lecture notes on Airport Engineering
Author: Manuel Soler
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