Routledge Studies in Air Transport Management is a new series dedicated to publishing high-quality academic books which contribute to the objective of furthering knowledge in this field of study. The series will achieve this by disseminating new theoretical and empirical research from specialists in all relevant fields of air transport management. The collection will feature both authored and edited works that benefit both academic and professional communities, wherever possible connecting the two.
Books will cover topics relating to the management, economics and regulation of all aspects of air transport. Airlines, airports and air traffic management will feature prominently, but any work contributing to an improved understanding of air transport management is invited and all topics will be considered. A global perspective is preferred, but in-depth regional studies are also welcomed.
All submissions will be peer reviewed by both the series editors and subject specialists to ensure that rigorous academic standards are maintained. Advice will be readily provided on the process of turning concepts or existing research into effective publications. It is envisaged that a significant proportion of the books published will be adaptations of PhD theses, and this role of providing early-career scholars with a route to their first academic publication is an important function of the series.