244 Pages
    by Routledge

    242 Pages
    by Routledge

    Starting from the premise that airports can be run as commercial successes, The Airport Business aims to place the business as a whole within a conceptual framework. The author examines the major issues facing airports throughout the world, and offers an insight into how to deal with the major economic and financial difficulties that are likely to arise in the next decade.

    1. The Airport Business 2. Issues in Airport Management 3. Cost and Revenue Structures 4. Aeronautical Charges and Pricing Polices 5. Alternative Pricing Strategies 6. Developing a Commercial Strategy 7. Maximizing Concession Revenue 8. Monitoring Airport Performance 9. Airports in the United States (Anne Graham) 10. Airports in the Developing World


    Professor Rigas Doganis, Rigas Doganis

    `Mr Doganis gives an excellent summary of the way the industry is adapting to structural and economic change,' - M Sawyer, Law School, Nottingham Poly

    `It provides a thorough review of the issues, pitched at the serious professional reader...the book will be a valuable reference work in the libraries of many airports, consultancies and university deprtments.' - Mike Toms, Vice Chairman, AACI EUROPE Economics Committee

    `Professor Doganis raises fundamental issues and has presented a well reasoned text which gives the reader an overview of how the world's airports have developed, the current trands and the topical issue of private operation.' - Airport Support

    `Professor Doganis has produced a book which will be highly valued by professionals and students, especially true postgraduates. This is a highly recommended book which will undoubtedly end up on the shelves of all with an interest in airports.' - Aerospace