The purpose of this series is to provide a comprehensive set of materials dealing with the key components of aviation operations. To date, this innovative approach has not been evident among aviation topics and certainly not applied to operational areas of airlines. While more recent works have begun, in brief, to consider the various characteristics of operational areas, the Managing Aviation Operations series will expand coverage with far greater breadth and depth of content.
Airlines and airports are devoid of specific topic knowledge in ready-made, easy-to-read, creditable resources. Tapping into industry expertise to drive a range of key niche products will resource the industry in a way not yet seen in this domain. Therefore, the objective is to deliver a collection of specialized, internationally sourced and expertly written books to serve as readily accessible guides and references primarily for professionals within the industry. The focus of the series editors will be to ensure product quality, user readability and appeal, and transparent consistency across the range.
Strategic Airport Planning
Aviation Leadership The Accountable Manager
Airline Operations Control
Airline Governance The Right Direction
Airline Management Finance The Essentials
By Peter Forsyth, Cathal Guiomard, Hans-Martin Niemeier
July 27, 2023
This book provides a comprehensive guide to the economics of airports for all managers, regulators and educators within the aviation industry. Written by three renowned experts but made accessible and relevant for all those working within the industry, or aspiring to do so, it is the perfect entry ...
By Barry Humphreys
April 17, 2023
The regulation of modern civil aviation can be traced back to the later years of the Second World War. An intense debate about the future regulatory regime resulted in a compromise which to this day essentially dictates the structure of the global airline industry. Further progress towards ‘...
By Mike Brown
April 11, 2022
This book will explore a new approach to airport planning that better captures the complexities and velocity of change in our contemporary world. As a result, it will lead to higher performing airports for users, business partners, investors and other stakeholders. This is especially pertinent ...
By Mark J. Pierotti
December 21, 2021
This book identifies the responsibilities of management in the regulatory territories of the FAA (USA), the EASA (European Union) and the GCAA (UAE), identifying the daily challenges of leadership in ensuring their company is meeting the regulatory obligations of compliance, safety and security ...
By Peter J. Bruce, Chris Mulholland
December 29, 2020
This text is among the first to reveal the intricacies of an airline’s Operations Control Centre; especially the thought processes, information flows, and strategies taken to mitigate disruptions. Airline Operations Control provides a deep level of description, explanation and detail into the ...
By Markus Franke
December 29, 2020
Managing Airline Networks: Design, Integration and Innovative Technologies is a fully comprehensive description of state-of-the-art network management practices at airlines. Designed as a compendium on current practices and future trends in the field, the book offers an instructive guide through ...
By Victor Hughes
October 01, 2020
Anyone becoming a company director faces a steep learning curve; this book will give every director and especially one joining the board of an airline, a head-start on the process.Airline Governance: The Right Direction will help existing directors, those who have been newly appointed and those ‘in...
By Victor Hughes
December 05, 2019
Airline Management Finance: The Essentials is of significant benefit to airline industry practitioners seeking a focused, neatly contained and accessible resource that provides explicit financial information pertinent to their current or future role. The book explains and demystifies an airline’s ...