Regional Aviation Performance Measures
Performance measures are utilized by the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) to monitor the performance of the region’s transportation system. Reports like the annual “Progress North Texas” offer insight into how North Central Texas’ transportation system is operating to provide regional connectivity and seamless connections.
NCTCOG tracks and monitors the performance of the 27 National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS) airports in the North Central Texas region. The region has 2 commercial service, 11 reliever, and 14 general aviation airports. All 27 airports are owned by their respective cities.
These airports were chosen because they are significant to national air transportation and thus eligible to receive Federal grants under the Airport Improvement Program (AIP).
Click below to expand each section to view charts and performance measure indicators for regional aviation transportation in 2011, then click each image for a full page view.
For a snapshot view of Aviation's Impact on North Texas, check out the Aviation Infographic.