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List of airports with triple takeoff/landing capability

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Triple Parallel Takeoff/Landing Capabilities are a necessity for many large airports as it allows many aircraft to arrive and depart in a short amount of time. To conduct parallel approaches in the United States, the Federal Aviation Administration dictates that airports must have at least 3,000 feet (910 m) between runways.[1] The FAA can grant special permission to conduct parallel approaches with less separation if deemed necessary. Outside of the United States, each country sets its own standards for aircraft separation.

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Airports with triple parallel landing capabilities

Airports

City

Country

Number of Runways

IATA/ICAO Code

Source(s)

Remarks

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Cincinnati United States 4 CVG/KCVG
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Dallas/Fort Worth United States 7 DFW/KDFW
Denver International Airport Denver United States 6 DEN/KDEN
George Bush Intercontinental Airport Houston United States 5 IAH/KIAH
Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport Atlanta United States 5 ATL/KATL [2]
O'Hare International Airport Chicago United States 8 ORD/KORD Currently capable of quadruple parallel landings.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport Detroit United States 6 DTW/KDTW
Charlotte Douglas International Airport Charlotte United States 4 CLT/KCLT
Orlando International Airport Orlando United States 4 MCO/KMCO
Beijing Capital International Airport Beijing China 3 PEK/ZBAA
Shanghai Pudong International Airport Shanghai China 5 PVG/ZSPD
Cairo International Airport Cairo Egypt 3 CAI/HECA
Washington Dulles International Airport Washington, D.C. United States 4 IAD/KIAD
King Abdulaziz International Airport Jeddah Saudi Arabia 3 JED/OEJN
Amsterdam International Airport  Amsterdam Netherlands 6 AMS/EHAM
Kuala Lumpur International Airport Kuala Lumpur Malaysia 3 KUL/WMKK
Salt Lake City International Airport Salt Lake City United States 4 SLC/KSLC Though runway 17/35 is not magnetically aligned with the other parallel runways, existing approaches permit triple parallel operations
Beijing Daxing International Airport Beijing/Langfang China 5 PKX/ZBAD Currently under construction. At full capacity, the airport will have 5 parallel runways capable of quadruple parallel landings
Indira Gandhi International Airport Delhi India 3 DEL/VIDP Although runway 27/09 is not magnetically aligned with the other runways, existing approaches permit triple parallel operations. Triple parallel operations can only occur during daytime hours.
Istanbul Airport Istanbul Turkey 5 IST/LTFM [3]

References

  1. ^ "FAA JO 7110.65Y, 5-9-7".
  2. ^ "Aviation "Bridges" the Gap for Future Growth". Williams-Russell and Johnson, Inc. Archived from the original on May 25, 2006. Retrieved June 12, 2008.
  3. ^ "Istanbul Airport to open third runway on Sunday". www.aa.com.tr. Retrieved 2020-06-12.

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