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What is TREDAIR?

Question:  What is TREDAIR used for?

Answer:  TREDAIR is an economic analysis tool for small airports providing insight into the impacts on the surrounding area.  It provides information about employment, wages, value add, and business output for the local area surrounding the airport, using inputs on spending, operations, and on-airport employment.

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TREDAIR Usage?

Question:  Can I use TREDAIR on large airports?

Answer:  No. TREDAIR is limited to small general aviation (GA) and non-primany commercial airports that impact one or two small counties. Larger airports have wider economic reach and should be analyzed using other methods, including consulting and/or using TREDIS. Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information.

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 Difference from TREDIS?

Question:  How does TREDAIR differ from TREDIS Existing Facility?

Answer:  TREDAIR is design for small airports to analyze the near term economic impacts.  It does this by modeling changes in short term capital and operational spending, along with the impacts of visitors on the local region.

TREDIS with the Existing Facility functionality does a more indepth analysis on the contributions by the airport to the regional economy, answering the question "What happens to the regional economy if this airport did not exist?"

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