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ANNUAL SERVICE VOLUME (ASV) CALCULATIONS

Washington Dulles International Airport


Environmental Impact Statement
Annual Service Volume (ASV)
ASV = CW x D x H
where:
CW = Weighted hourly capacity of the runway component
D = Ratio of annual demand to average daily demand during the peak month
H = Ratio of average daily demand to average peak hour demand
CW =

(P1 x C1 x W 1) + (P2 x C2 x W 2) + . . . + (Pn x Cn x W n)


(P1 x W 1) + (P2 x W 2) + . . . + (Pn x W n)

where:
P = Percent of time each runway-use configuration is in use
C = Hourly capacity for each runway-use configuration
W = ASV weighting factor
ASV Weighting Factors
Percent of
Maximum
Capacity1

VFR

91% +
81 - 90%
66 - 80%
51 - 65%
0 - 50%

1
5
15
20
25

Weighting Factors
IFR
Mix Index
Mix Index
(0 - 20)
(21 - 50)
1
1
1
3
2
8
3
12
4
16

Mix Index
(51 - 180)2
1
5
15
20
25

Ratio of hourly capacity of each runway-use configuration to the hourly capacity of the runway
-use configuration that provides the maximum capacity
2
Mix Index of IAD is between 51 and 180
Source: FAA Advisory Circular 150/5060-5, Airport Capacity and Delay

ANNUAL SERVICE VOLUME (ASV) CALCULATIONS


Washington Dulles International Airport
Environmental Impact Statement
2002, 2010 Existing Configuration

Runway-Use Configuration
North Flow - VFR
North Flow - IFR
South Flow - VFR
South Flow - IFR
Mixed Flow - VFR
Mixed Flow - IFR
Mixed Flow (No RW 12 Arr)-VFR
Northwest Flow - VFR

CW (2002, 2010) =

P
13.01%
10.37%
2.44%
1.70%
59.18%
6.44%
5.87%
1.00%

D (2002) =

PxCxW
19.52
64.81
43.92
25.50
88.77
40.25
8.81
15.00
306.57

PxW
0.13
0.52
0.37
0.26
0.59
0.32
0.06
0.25
2.49

992

375.64

Annual Demand (2010) =

568,410

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =

1,728

328.94

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2002) =


Avg. Peak Hour Demand-Peak Month (2002) =

992
90

11.02

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =


Avg. Peak Hour Demand-Peak Month (2010) =
H (2010) =

12.00

ASV (2002) =

509,343

ASV (2010) =

485,587

Sources:

W
1
5
15
15
1
5
1
25
TOTAL

372,636

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2002) =

H (2002) =

C
150
125
120
100
150
125
150
60

123.02

Annual Demand (2002) =

D (2010) =

Percent of
Maximum
Capacity
100%
83%
80%
67%
100%
83%
100%
40%

1,728
144

Washington Dulles International Airport Updated Activity Forecasts and Simulation,


HNTB Corporation, July 2003.
HNTB Corporation analysis (annual Service volume) sent to Allan Nagy, URS, via
mail on October 9, 2002, from Charles Baummer, MWAA.
Proposed Runway Development - FAA Air Traffic Analysis , FAA, October 2000.
FAA Advisory Circular 150/5060-5, Airport Capacity and Delay

ANNUAL SERVICE VOLUME (ASV) CALCULATIONS


Washington Dulles International Airport
Environmental Impact Statement
2010 Four Runway Configuration (with East-West Runway)

Runway-Use Configuration
North Flow - VFR
North Flow - IFR
South Flow - VFR
South Flow - IFR
Mixed Flow - VFR
Mixed Flow - IFR
Northwest Flow - VFR

CW (2010) =

P
13.01%
10.37%
2.44%
1.70%
65.05%
6.44%
1.00%

PxCxW
23.42
77.78
43.92
34.00
117.09
48.30
18.00
362.50

PxW
0.13
0.52
0.37
0.34
0.65
0.32
0.15
2.48

568,410

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =

1,728

328.94

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =


Avg. Peak Hour Demand-Peak Month (2010) =
H (2010) =

12.00

ASV (2010) =

577,653

Sources:

W
1
5
15
20
1
5
15
TOTAL

146.34

Annual Demand (2010) =

D (2010) =

C
180
150
120
100
180
150
120

Percent of
Maximum
Capacity
100%
83%
67%
56%
100%
83%
67%

1,728
144

Washington Dulles International Airport Updated Activity Forecasts and Simulation ,


HNTB Corporation, July 2003.
HNTB Corporation analysis (annual Service volume) sent to Allan Nagy, URS, via
mail on October 9, 2002, from Charles Baummer, MWAA.
Proposed Runway Development - FAA Air Traffic Analysis , FAA, October 2000.
FAA Advisory Circular 150/5060-5, Airport Capacity and Delay

ANNUAL SERVICE VOLUME (ASV) CALCULATIONS


Washington Dulles International Airport
Environmental Impact Statement
2010 Four Runway Configuration (with North-South Runway)

Runway-Use Configuration
North Flow - VFR
North Flow - IFR
South Flow - VFR
South Flow - IFR
Mixed Flow - VFR
Mixed Flow - IFR
Northwest Flow - VFR

CW (2010) =

P
13.01%
10.37%
2.44%
1.70%
65.05%
6.44%
1.00%

PxCxW
23.42
77.78
4.39
12.75
117.09
48.30
15.00
298.73

PxW
0.13
0.52
0.02
0.09
0.65
0.32
0.25
1.98

568,410

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =

1,728

328.94

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =


Avg. Peak Hour Demand-Peak Month (2010) =
H (2010) =

12.00

ASV (2010) =

595,382

Sources:

W
1
5
1
5
1
5
25
TOTAL

150.83

Annual Demand (2010) =

D (2010) =

C
180
150
180
150
180
150
60

Percent of
Maximum
Capacity
100%
83%
100%
83%
100%
83%
33%

1,728
144

Washington Dulles International Airport Updated Activity Forecasts and Simulation ,


HNTB Corporation, July 2003.
HNTB Corporation analysis (annual Service volume) sent to Allan Nagy, URS, via
mail on October 9, 2002, from Charles Baummer, MWAA.
Proposed Runway Development - FAA Air Traffic Analysis , FAA, October 2000.
FAA Advisory Circular 150/5060-5, Airport Capacity and Delay

ANNUAL SERVICE VOLUME (ASV) CALCULATIONS


Washington Dulles International Airport
Environmental Impact Statement
2010 Five Runway Configuration

Runway-Use Configuration
North Flow - VFR
North Flow - IFR
South Flow - VFR
South Flow - IFR
Mixed Flow - VFR
Mixed Flow - IFR
Northwest Flow - VFR

CW (2010) =

P
13.01%
10.37%
2.44%
1.70%
65.05%
6.44%
1.00%

PxCxW
141.16
276.88
65.88
51.00
156.12
64.40
30.00
785.44

PxW
0.65
1.56
0.37
0.34
0.65
0.32
0.25
4.13

568,410

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =

1,728

328.94

Avg. Daily Demand-Peak Month (2010) =


Avg. Peak Hour Demand-Peak Month (2010) =
H (2010) =

12.00

ASV (2010) =

749,873

Sources:

W
5
15
15
20
1
5
25
TOTAL

189.97

Annual Demand (2010) =

D (2010) =

C
217
178
180
150
240
200
120

Percent of
Maximum
Capacity
90%
74%
75%
63%
100%
83%
50%

1,728
144

Washington Dulles International Airport Updated Activity Forecasts and Simulation ,


HNTB Corporation, July 2003.
HNTB Corporation analysis (annual Service volume) sent to Allan Nagy, URS, via
mail on October 9, 2002, from Charles Baummer, MWAA.
Proposed Runway Development - FAA Air Traffic Analysis , FAA, October 2000.
FAA Advisory Circular 150/5060-5, Airport Capacity and Delay