MSP Runway 17-35 Winter Operations Planning

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MSP Runway 17-35 Winter Operations Planning. Paul Sichko Assistant Director – MSP Operations Maintenance & Airside Operations Metropolitan Airports Commission Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport paul.sichko@mspmac.org. Runway 17-35 Planning Process. Winter Operations
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MSP Runway 17-35Winter Operations PlanningPaul SichkoAssistant Director – MSP OperationsMaintenance & Airside OperationsMetropolitan Airports CommissionMinneapolis-Saint Paul International Airportpaul.sichko@mspmac.org Runway 17-35 Planning Process
  • Winter Operations
  • 4.1 million square feet of pavement added (31.5% increase)
  • Airport capacity/delay evaluation team
  • MAC
  • MSP Air Traffic Control
  • Northwest Airlines Operations
  • Northwest Operations support of plan taken to MAC
  • Board of Commissioners
  • Dual runway/taxiway teams
  • Identification of required assets
  • Additional assets
  • South runway/taxiway snow removal team
  • four high-speed multi-function units
  • two high-speed snow blowers
  • two runway sanders (three combination sanders/liquid deicers)
  • two liquid deicers (one Hagie multi-function vehicle)
  • Additional full-time personnel
  • one airfield manager
  • eight maintenance workers
  • one equipment mechanic
  • one parts technician
  • one welder
  • Runway 17-35 Planning Process
  • Summer operations to support justification for additional personnel assets
  • Cost per square foot determination
  • Airside/landside time spent (56.25% / 43.75%)
  • 1,200 acres of turf to manage
  • It’s all in the numbers…Exercise to quantify delay costs
  • $30,000 budget line item
  • An MSP fleet mix study identified a $70 per minute per aircraft delay cost (2005 value)
  • MSP snow event arrival rate – 36 aircraft per hour
  • A one-minute runway reopening delay = $2,520
  • (36 aircraft x $70)
  • The meal budget is paid for by the elimination of 12 minutes worth of delays
  • MSP Runway 17-35Winter Operations PlanningPaul SichkoAssistant Director – MSP OperationsMaintenance & Airside OperationsMetropolitan Airports CommissionMinneapolis-Saint Paul International Airportpaul.sichko@mspmac.org
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