Airport Locations Comparative Surface Access Study
SYSTRA MVA has undertaken the ridership and revenue forecast exercise for the preparation of the proposal.
An airport operator is currently considering new locations for a capital city airport in Asia as the existing airport will not be able to cater tot the forecasted air traffic demand in the coming year despite a short term plan for expansion. A number of new sites are considered to develop a new airport. SYSTRA MVA has been nominated to perform a comparative analysis of the proposed locations focusing on the surface access of each of them.
The Project consists in establishing the anticipated airport access demand (air passengers, staff, greeters, meeters/well-wishers) based on forecasted airport traffic demand and establish scenarios for accessing the future airport relying of sanctioned infrastructure development such as new road, roads widening or public transport plans. The comparison aims at establishing anticipated travel time from the City to the new airport locations and assessing whether additional development are required on the current road infrastructures to cater to the generated airport access demand.