The asymmetric effects of income and fuel price on air transport demand

The asymmetric effects of income and fuel price on air transport demand

Forecasts of passenger demand are an important parameter for aviation planners. Air transport demand models typically assume a perfectly reversible impact of the demand drivers. However, there are reasons to believe that the impacts of some of the demand drivers...
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Airline delay management problem with airport capacity constraints and priority decisions

Airline delay management problem with airport capacity constraints and priority decisions

An innovative integer linear programming approach is presented to the capacitated case of the ADMP and airport limitations in terms of bay availability, taxiway capacity and runway separation are incorporated to represent capacity constraints. Fuel cost, passe...
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Modeling the effects of airline slot hoarding behavior under the grandfather rights with use-it-or-lose-it rule

Modeling the effects of airline slot hoarding behavior under the grandfather rights with use-it-or-lose-it rule

For a private airport, the slot policy may increase the airport’s profit by allowing the airport to transfer some of the negative effects of weak travel demand to airlines. Finally, for airlines with equal access to airport slots, as the...
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Current Trends in Airport Ground Transportation

Current Trends in Airport Ground Transportation

As a result of the swift and dramatic trend of Transportation Network Company (TNC) use at airports, the ultimate winner is the airport consumer. The user now has more options for airport parking and car rentals, taxis, and other traditional...
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The effects of alliances and size on airlines’ dynamic operational performance

The effects of alliances and size on airlines’ dynamic operational performance

The purpose of this paper is to examine dynamic efficiency and its determinants in a set of global airlines from several countries by means of a two-stage dynamic network data envelopment analysis (DNDEA). In the first stage, the DNDEA based...
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Market strategy development and innovation to strengthen consumer-based equity: The case of Brazilian airlines

Market strategy development and innovation to strengthen consumer-based equity: The case of Brazilian airlines

A brand valued by passengers would be able to convey quality and credibility, adds value to air transport the service, and increases passengers’ willingness to pay a premium for tickets. However, studies on consumer-based brand equity in the air transpor...
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Pricing dynamics between airline groups with dual-brand services: The case of the Australian domestic market

Pricing dynamics between airline groups with dual-brand services: The case of the Australian domestic market

The Australian aviation industry achieved substantial growth after the abolition of the “two-airline-policy” in 1990. With Virgin’s purchase of Tiger Airways, a new duopoly between two airlines groups, each consisting of a full service airline (FSA) and ...
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A roadmap toward airport demand and capacity management

A roadmap toward airport demand and capacity management

This paper synthesizes the major interventions available to manage airport demand and capacity, the analytical tools that may support the underlying policy, managerial and operational decisions, and guidelines for policy and practice obtained from recent resea...
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Air Transport Passengers’ Satisfaction: an Ordered Logit Model

Air Transport Passengers’ Satisfaction: an Ordered Logit Model

Evaluating air transport service quality performance is of crucial importance both for countries’ economic development and airline industry, which has a vital role in countries’ development and competitiveness. The multicultural nature of this industry req...
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Development of safety performance functions (SPFs) to analyse and predict aircraft loss of separation in accordance with the characteristics of the airspace

Development of safety performance functions (SPFs) to analyse and predict aircraft loss of separation in accordance with the characteristics of the airspace

The occurrence of Losses Of Separation between aircraft in an airspace that could lead to Mid Air Collisions (MAC) is of major concern to Air Traffic Management. This paper uses an innovative approach to develop Safety Performance Functions to predict...
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