Prototype Airport Terminal Unit (P.T.U.)
This study was commissioned in anticipation of the introduction of the new generation of wide-bodied aircraft. Design of a prototype Airport Terminal Facility, the aim of which would be to standardize the processing role of the passenger airport terminal. The Prototype Airport Terminal Unit (P.T.U.) was designed to accommodate a wide range of conditions by measuring the efficiency of the total passenger terminal and determining the extent to which the requirements of major Canadian airports can be met by prototypical solutions. This involved a detailed study of the operations of a passenger terminal facility, relevant air side and land side requirements, programming for various options, the design of simulation models, design of prototype unit with working drawings, specifications and an application manual. Project arose out of Montréal International Airport development studies.
Materials in this project series were likely arranged by material type when they were first processed at the CCA. Textual records were likely kept in their original order.
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