Volume 4 (2009-10)

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 4 were:

Volume 4 Number 4

  • The AviaDem forecasting model: Illustration of a forecasting case at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
    Jan Veldhius, Consultant and Rogier Lieshout, Consultant, Amsterdam Aviation Economics
  • How to establish an effective safety awareness programme at airports
    Daniel Bircher, Safety Officer, Zurich Airport and Mathias Boesiger
  • Corporate management and executive liability in the airport industry
    Ruwantissa Abeyratne, Senior Legal Officer, ICAO
  • New ideas and techniques to improve regional airport operational efficiency and profitability in the current economic and regulatory climate
    Karen Ingledew, Operations Director, McConnell Evans Aviation
  • Flexible airport design
    Matthew Butters, Project Director, Pascall+Watson
  • A system for selecting a project delivery method in US airports
    Ali Touran, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern University, Keith R. Molenaar, Associate Professor, University of Colorado in Boulder and Douglas D. Gransberg, Professor of Construction Science, University of Oklahoma
  • Who says ‘passengers aren’t baked beans’? Making passenger security screening productive while delivering high service levels
    David Calder, Director, O&I Consulting


Volume 4 Number 3

  • Assessing the development of airport concession models and financing in times of a financial crisis
    Dietrich F.R. Stiller, Partner, Clifford Chance
  • Defining a new framework for a regional airport in an unstable business environment: The Bologna Airport experience
    Nazareno Ventola, Planning and Control Director, Aeroporto G. Marconi di Bologna
  • The influence of cost and revenue structures in low-cost terminal design: Case study of Kuala Lumpur International Airport
    Rohafiz Sabar, Department of Transport and Logistics, Universiti Utara Malaysia and Rodney Fewings, Department of Air Transport, Cranfield University
  • Airport privatisation in India: Investment opportunities in the next phase of development
    Satyaki Raghunath, Jacobs Consultancy
  • Mind the gap: Balancing current and future challenges in European air traffic management
    David McMillan, Director General, EUROCONTROL
  • The importance of agglomeration effects for distribution centres around Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
    Pim Warffemius, Researcher, Institute for Transport Policy Analysis, Dutch Ministry of Transport, Toon van der Hoorn, Senior Advisor, Centre for Transport and Navigation, Dutch Ministry of Transport, Henk Klassen, Associate Professor, Center of Public Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam
  • Legal and regulatory review The law of airline subsidies and incentives in the USA: Recent developments and future outlook
    Daniel S. Reimer, Partner, Kaplan Kirsch & Rockwell
  • Long-term perspectives of intermodal integration at airports
    Jan Vespermann, EBS Aviation Center and Andreas Wald, Professor of Management and Strategy and Head of Research, European Business School


Volume 4 Number 2

  • Can delay propagation be predicted? A case study of the three largest New York area airports using neural networks
    Tony Diana, Assistant Manager, Division of Forecasting and Performance Analysis, Office of Aviation Policy and Plans, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Passenger terminals in airports with highly seasonal demand
    Voula Psaraki-Kalouptsidi, Assistant Professor, Department of Transportation Planning, National Technical University of Athens
  • The development of competition in the UK airport market
    Harry Bush, Group Director Economic Regulation, Civil Aviation Authority, UK
  • Evolving the Memphis aerotropolis
    Larry D. Cox, President and CEO, Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority
  • Regional airports in a competitive market: A case study of Cardiff International Airport
    Lisa Davison, Research Associate, Tim Ryley, Senior Lecturer, Transport Studies Group, Loughborough University and Mike Snelgrove, Senior Lecturer, Cardiff School of Management, University of Wales Institute
  • Small non-hub airport finances: Operational revenues and expenses and break-even enplanement levels
    Jon Lane Smith, Director, Bureau of Business and Economic Research, East Tennessee State University
  • The role of small airports in economic development
    Kenneth Button, Director, Soogwan Doh, Research Assistant, Junyang Yuan, Center for Transportation, Policy, Operations and Logistics, George Mason University


Volume 4 Number 1

  • Successfully optimising retail space from existing airport facilities
    Doug Benham, Head of Commercial, MAp Airports
  • Airport city developments: An airport investor’s perspective
    Peter Poungias, Director of Commercial and Property Activities, Hochtief AirPort
  • The impact of security measures on small, commercial service airports
    Patti Clark, Airport Manager, Valdosta-Lowndes County Airport Authority
  • Realising the global next-generation air transportation system
    Robert Humbertson, International Director, Asia Pacific and Director, MITRE Aviation Institute, Agam Sinha, SVP and General Manager, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, MITRE
  • Increasing operational safety through updated or enhanced airport pavement markings
    Chun-Hsing Ho and Pedro Romero, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Utah
  • Global air freight in an age of uncertainty
    David L. Blond, Principal, QuERI-International
  • Communication of error and uncertainty in airport environmental models
    Daniel P. Pearce, Researcher, Luiz C. Wrobel, Professor, Brunel University and Ian C. Fuller, EUROCONTROL
  • Aviation security: An evaluation of the ‘opt-out’ option for airport operators
    Kathleen M. Sweet, Charles J. Woyat, Denise M. Koblinski and Deborah A. Bramhall, University of Maryland