Journal of Air Transport Management
J Air Transport Manag
The Journal of Air Transport Management sets out to address, through high quality research articles and authoritative commentary, the major policy and management issues facing the air transport industry today. It offers practitioners and academics an international forum for analysis and discussion of these issues, linking research and practice and stimulating interaction between the two. The refereed papers in the journal cover all the major sectors of the industry: airlines, airports and the associated infrastructure such as air traffic control. The growing trend towards deregulation is forcing managers and policymakers to question or even abandon traditional practices and to search for new responses and new management tools. The journal aims to provide independent, original and rigorous analysis in the areas of: air transport policy and regulation strategic issues operations management finance and economics air law environmental impact Articles report on the latest findings of research or empirical observation; in addition to the main papers, there are shorter viewpoint pieces, commentary and book reviews. Current Topics Include: bilateralism or multilateralism the impact of airline concentration integrating European air traffic control new concepts in airline marketing evaluating aircraft/airport investments airport pricing 'polluter pays' policies for air transport forecasting methodologies for airlines and airports As featured in aeronet - the Aviation Industry's Webserver providing information to the commercial aviation industry. http://www.aeronet.co.uk Selected abstracts from the Journal of Air Transport Management are available in TR Update, the Elsevier Science transportation newsletter.
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