Non-passengers at airports.
Date of Publication
Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
Gokongwei College of Engineering
An airport is a very essential part of the air travel, which the lack of such makes it nearly impossible. Airports throughout the world show the visitor a sneak peek to the world he is about to discover.
In Manila, our airports have been known for large number of crowds, it shows a little fiesta mood once in a while, which teaches our visitors a little about our culture. And with great number of people come great number of cars, jeeps, FX's, and other vehicles for dropping-off, or picking-up passengers, which causes traffic congestion in nearby areas.
The study presents the current situation of the three Manila airports namely the Ninoy Aquino International Airport IPT-1 (NAIA), the Centennial Terminal (NAIA-2), and the Manila Domestic Airport. The study also reveals the factors that affect the number of non-passengers in ratio to the passenger at the airport.
The study was based on a questionnaire survey done in the three airports, and statistical analysis such as multiple linear regressions was done to come up with models that will provide information to the number of non-passengers at the airports.
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Lintag, C. S., Perez, E., & Silva, M. (2001). Non-passengers at airports.. Retrieved from https://animorepository.dlsu.edu.ph/etd_bachelors/10203