Volume 5 (2010-11)

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 5 were:

Volume 5 Number 4

  • Airport collaborative decision making: Integrating airports into the network
    Philippe Joppart, Deputy Head of Unit, Airports, EUROCONTROL
  • Airport performance: A rating agency perspective
    Nicolas Painvin, Head, Transport & Social Infrastructure EMEA, Fitch Ratings
  • An investigative study into the annual US$2.5bn mishandled baggage problem
    Sugandhi Jayaraman, Airport Planner, URS/Scott Wilson and John O’Connell, Course Director, Air Transport Management, Cranfield University
  • Challenging times for airport investors: Trends in airport traffic
    Tim Coombs, Managing Director, Aviation Economics
  • Winter blues at European airports: The need for airport responsibility and corporate foresight
    Ruwantissa Abeyratne, Senior Legal Officer, ICAO
  • Predicting Skytrax airport rankings from customer reviews
    Jose D. Perezgonzalez, School of Aviation, Massey University and Andrew Gilbey
  • Intangible regional effects of regional airports: A system analysis of Switzerland
    Andreas Wittmer, Head, Center for Aviation Competence and Deputy Director and Thomas Bieger, Director, Institute for Systemic Management and Public Governance, University of St Gallen
  • Impact of collaborative decision-making mechanisms on operational efficiency of congested airports
    Athanasios Katsaros and Voula Psaraki-Kalouptsidi, Assistant Professor, Civil Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
  • Investigating the differences in transfer passengers’ perceptions of airport service quality
    Jin-Woo Park, and Se-Yeon Jung, Department of Business Administration, Korea Aerospace University


Volume 5 Number 3

  • Are secondary airports subject to the same fixed or random effects as large hub airports? A case study of the Chicago metropolitan area airports using dynamic panel data analysis
    Tony Diana, Assistant Manager, Division of Forecasting and Performance Analysis, Office of Aviation Policy and Plans, US Federal Aviation Administration
  • Operational leadership of total airport management
    Thomas Brehmer, Director of Air Traffic Management, Hochtief AirPort
  • Airline marketing and service quality: Foundations for growing non-aeronautical revenue — An Indian perspective
    Ansgar Sickert, Managing Director, Fraport India
  • Understanding customer preferences for airport access: Implications for forecasting
    David Jevons, Thomas Hoe and Matthew Shepherd, Oxera
  • Development and use of the dynamic security model for airports
    William Weiss, Lead Engineer, Center for Advanced Aviation System Development, MITRE
  • Airport accessibility for travellers with disabilities
    Supriya Raman, Program Manager, Airport Disability Compliance Program, Office of Civil Rights, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Profitability in the airline versus airport business: A long-term perspective
    Hans-Arthur Vogel, Professor of Aviation Management, International University of Applied Sciences, Bad Honnef-Bonn and Anne Graham, Senior Lecturer in Aviation and Tourism, University of Westminster


Volume 5 Number 2

  • Acts of terrorism in airports: Air carriers, states and airport operators’ liability and security duty
    Norberto E. Luongo, Civil Aviation Authority, Argentina
  • Maximising non-aeronautical revenues: Making the emotional connection
    Peter Spurway, VP, Concession Development, Halifax International Airport Authority, Canada
  • New financing opportunities for airports: Exploring the possibility of a speciality REIT
    Ron Messer, School of Business, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  • Legal and regulatory review: Incentives and aids for the development of routes under EU law: Practical guide for airports and airlines
    Annabelle Lepiéce, Partner, CMS DeBacker
  • Route development in a crisis
    John Strickland, JLS Consulting
  • Advanced passenger screening technologies: ‘It’s not just about the passenger’
    Tim Hudson, Principal, Gresham, Smith and Partners
  • Assessment of efficiency of Greek airports
    Voula Psaraki-Kalouptsidi, Assistant Professor and Sofia Kalakou, Department of Transportation Planning, National Technical University of Athens


Volume 5 Number 1

  • An alternative methodology for evaluating airport expansion with particular focus on Heathrow
    Helen Kersley, Researcher, New Economics Foundation (nef)
  • Improving airport energy efficiency through Continuous Commissioning at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
    Guanghua Wei, Associate Director, Bahman Yazdani, Associate Director, Energy Systems Laboratory, Texas A&M University, Jerry. R Dennis, Energy Manager and Rusty T. Hodapp, VP, Energy and Transportation Management and Sustainability Officer, Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport
  • Increasing revenue generation by improved customer flow and sale points: Dubai Duty Free
    Sean Staunton, Operations Manager, Dubai Duty Free
  • Legal and regulatory review: EASA’s new fields of competence in the certification of aerodromes
    Rita Sousa Uva, Legal Adviser, Regulation & International Affairs, Aeroportos de Portugal
  • Managing and delivering an airport privatisation programme: Case study of the Republic of Congo
    Hans-Dieter Janecke, Lufthansa Consulting
  • Owner’s control and risks in various airport delivery methods
    Kamran Ghavamifar, Project Control Engineer, Keville Enterprises, Payam Bakhshi and Ali Touran, Associate Professor, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northeastern University
  • The human factor in aviation security
    Zamir Eldar, CEO, ICTS Europe
  • A time-series modelling approach for airport short-term demand forecasting
    Ahmed Abdelghany, Assistant Professor and Vitaly S. Guzhva, Assistant Professor, College of Business, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University