Nighttime Power Runups

data.sfgov.org | Last Updated 6 Sep 2019

A power runup is a procedure used to test an aircraft engine or aircraft system after maintenance is completed. This is done to ensure safe and normal operating standards prior to returning aircraft to service. High power runups performed by aircraft operators are monitored to manage noise.

Tags: aircraft, engine runs, airport, sfo, noise, complaints

This dataset has the following 7 columns:

Column NameAPI Column NameData TypeDescriptionSample Values
YearyearnumberThe year of the power run-up operation.
MonthmonthnumberThe month of the power run-up operation.
Airline Codeairline_codetextInternational Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) three-letter identifier for aircraft operating agency.
AirlineairlinetextThe name of the aircraft operating agency.
Number of Power Run-upsnumber_of_power_run_upsnumberThe amount of monthly power run-ups associated by an operator.
Number of Power Run-ups per 1000 Departuresnumber_of_power_run_ups_per_1000_departuresnumberThe amount of monthly power run-ups associated by an operator, normalized to 1,000 departures.
Percentage of Power Run-ups for the Periodpercentage_of_power_run_ups_for_the_periodnumberThe percentage of monthly power run-ups associated by an operator.