Fly into one of the N90 satellite airports: Teterboro (TEB), Farmingdale (FRG), or Westchester (HPN) for a busy Friday Night. The New York Metro satellite airports are small and compact, providing easy access to the city. Because of this, surface congestion will be an issue so fair warning, the more A380s that try and land, the less space EVERYBODY gets (not to mention the wake turbulence separation). Check back frequently for updates!
Anticipated TMIs: (1) route structure to manage complexity, volume, and balance arrival streams; (2) manage arrival volume to avoid surface congestion; (3) prioritize departures during low arrival volume periods to free up gate/taxi space.
Goals: Manage HPN, TEB, and FRG to keep airborne delays to less than 75 minutes per airport with MIT, metering, and manage inbound departure delays to less than 90 minutes with ground stops of cumulatively less than 180 minutes per airport.
See VATUSA post for specific route information and delay info.