DY Consultants worked closely with state organizations including the Civil Aviation Authority of Israel (CAAI) and the National Transport Infrastructure Company to study the feasibility of developing a new greenfield airport to serve as a reliever for Ben Gurion Airport. The airport is supposed to accommodate 20 MAAP. DY was involved in the following tasks:
- Runway Length analysis to determine the optimum runway length using ICAO regulation and guidance.
- Runway Capacity Analysis to give the Client some perspective related to the capacity of the runway system.
- Aircraft Stands Requirements to determine the need of gates and hardstands to accommodate the desired level of activity.
- Conceptual Layout Development (runway separation, stagger and terminal location) and a rapid exit location analysis.