Air passengers’ willingness to pay for counter check-in services

Air passengers’ willingness to pay for counter check-in services

The airline industry employs a variety of self-service technologies (including kiosks and web check-in services) that can increase efficiency and save time for passengers, mainly due to the fact that air passengers can complete their check-in procedures by themselves. Since...
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A review on air emissions assessment: Transportation

A review on air emissions assessment: Transportation

The greenhouse gas emissions footprint and global warming potential are widely-used for environmental sustainability studies. However, environmental sustainability is far wider than carbon emissions and climate change. This study has highlighted the importance...
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Reduction measures for air pollutants and greenhouse gas in the transportation sector: A cost-benefit analysis

Reduction measures for air pollutants and greenhouse gas in the transportation sector: A cost-benefit analysis

Cost-benefit analysis of emission control measures is an important part of the development and refinement of policies in the transportation sector, especially in China. In this paper, a cost-benefit analysis of the measures in place to reduce air pollutants [c...
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Life cycle assessment of air transportation and the Swiss commercial air transport fleet

Life cycle assessment of air transportation and the Swiss commercial air transport fleet

In this work we present a life cycle assessment of air transportation, the Swiss commercial aircraft fleet, and its potential development from 1990 to 2050. We first perform a life cycle assessment of air transport with 72 common aircraft types...
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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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A metric to assess the competitive position of airlines and airline groups in the intra-European air transport market

A metric to assess the competitive position of airlines and airline groups in the intra-European air transport market

A strong competitive position can not only be regarded as a key success factor for firms, but may also indicate market power. As with operators of other long-distance transport modes, like e.g. train or coach operators, assessing an airline’s overall co...
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Airline type and tourist expenditure: Are full service and low cost carriers converging or diverging?

Airline type and tourist expenditure: Are full service and low cost carriers converging or diverging?

Since some years ago low-cost carriers (LCCs) are becoming less and less low-cost-like, as well as full-service airlines are becoming less and less full-service-like, thus contributing to lessen the differences between users of one airline type and the other. ...
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The strategic impact of airline group diversification: The cases of Emirates and Lufthansa

The strategic impact of airline group diversification: The cases of Emirates and Lufthansa

Corporate diversification within the airline business has a long history. Many of the first airlines were initiated as related sub-ventures by existing transport-focused organisations. The overriding aim of the study is to investigate how the present state o...
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Additive Metal Repairs Should Come To Aircraft Parts In 2019

Additive Metal Repairs Should Come To Aircraft Parts In 2019

  Additive metal production continues to expand at a steady rate but adoption for additive parts repairs remains slow. So EOS has been busy, developing its 3D software and interfaces to make it easier for both major OEMs and 3D...
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Airlines for America Forecasts Spring Air Travel to Rise 4.3 Percent to All-Time High

Airlines for America Forecasts Spring Air Travel to Rise 4.3 Percent to All-Time High

Airlines for America, the industry trade organization for the leading U.S. airlines, is expecting an all-time high of 158.2 million passengers – 2.59 million per day – to fly globally on U.S. airlines between March 1 and April 30. This...
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