Volume 6 (2011-12)

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 6 were:

Volume 6 Number 4

  • Delivering high quality airport services: Key factors to success
    Ghizlane Badawi, Senior Business Process Consultant, Austin-Bergstrom International Airport
  • Case study: Adelaide Airport’s runways and taxiways overlay project
    Jimmy Low, Airport Engineer and Vince Scanlon, Executive General Manager, Airport Operations & Infrastructure, Adelaide Airport
  • Understanding the effects of delay propagation on air carrier operations: A case study of network vs. point-to-point carriers
    Akira Kondo, Senior Research Analyst, Federal Aviation Administration
  • Determining baggage build opportunity and unit loading device storage requirements within airport baggage hall operations
    Alexandre Bradley, Romano Pagliari, Director, MSc in Airport Planning and Management and Richard Moxon, Course Director, Airport Planning and Management, Cranfield University
  • Getting it right first time: Airport privatisation in sub-Saharan Africa
    Thomas Frankl, Managing Partner, Airport Development Partners
  • Security profiling of airport employees: Complying with the rules
    Alan Kirschenbaum, Carmit Rapaport, Sharon Lubasz, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Michele Mariani, University of Modena e Reggio Emilia, Coen van Gulijk and Hinke Andriessen, Delft University of Technology
  • Managing irregular airport operations
    Robert Humbertson, International Director, Asia Pacific and Director, MITRE Aviation Institute and Agam Sinha, SVP and General Manager, MITRE Center for Advanced Aviation System Development
  • Assessing the impact of regional airports on local business usage, investment and location decisions
    Nigel Halpern, Associate Professor, Air Transport and Tourism and Svein Brathen, Professor, Transport Economics, Molde University College
  • Space allocation for commercial activities in low-cost airport terminals
    Batari Saraswati and Shinya Hanoaka, Department of International Development Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology


Volume 6 Number 3

  • Developing the intelligent airport: Using automation strategies to enhance efficiencies and passenger experience
    Antoine Rostworowski, Director, Industry Relations, Aéroports de Montreal
  • Protecting the airport from an insider threat: A systematic approach to aviation security
    Anders Lennerman, Corporate Security Director, Swedavia
  • Mapping surface movement area operations: An application of petri nets to the case of New York JFK Airport
    Poornima Balakrishna, Research Engineer, Saab Sensis, Tony Diana, Division Manager, NextGen Performance and Akira Kondo, Senior Research Analyst, Office of Aviation Policy and Plans, US Federal Aviation Administration
  • Integrated project delivery for building new airport facilities
    David Lind, President & CEO, Corgan Associates
  • Revealing shopper truths in travel retail
    Garry Stasiulevicuis, Managing Director, Counter Intelligence Retail
  • How to tell if your airport has a wayfinding problem
    Jim Harding, Principal, Gresham, Smith and Partners
  • Keeping your fleet on the ground: European airports in transition
    Padraic Regan, former Head of Business Strategy, Aer Rianta (now Dublin Airport Authority)
  • Airport-city development trend and strategy formulation using integrated analysis
    Wan-Chung Hong, Wei-Li Wu and Kung-Jeng Wang, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  • Making good decisions: The case of airport land development
    Ron Messer, School of Business, Kwantlen Polytechnic University


Volume 6 Number 2

  • Editorial: Near field communication: How will it change airport processing and the passenger experience?
    David Kershaw, Director of Global Product Management, ARINC
  • Service changes made at Heathrow to improve passengers' experience
    Nick Adderley, Marketing and Insight Director, Heathrow Airport
  • Improving passenger flow management
    Rolf Felkel, Senior Executive Manager, Airside, Landside and Security Applications, Fraport
  • Working with airport stakeholders when deploying new technology: The 'smart apron project' at Helsinki Airport
    Heini Noronen-Juhola, VP, Aviation & Safety, Helsinki Airport
  • Critical factors underlying airport surface accidents and incidents
    Sabine Wilke and Arnab Majumdar, Director, Transport Risk Management Centre, Imperial College London
  • Creating sustainable value from aviation assets
    Caspar Baum, Head of Aviation, Asia, EC Harris Singapore
  • Commercialisation, privatisation and economic oversight of airports and air navigation services providers: A tool for policy-makers, policy analysts and practitioners
    Philippe Villard and Julián de la Cámara, ICAO
  • Accredited training for airport management: The ACI/ICAO global AMPAP programme
    Paul Behnke, AMPAP Team Leader, Airports Council International
  • Airport management perceptions of local and regional planning regulations
    Robert Freestone, Professor of Planning and Urban Development, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of New South Wales


Volume 6 Number 1

  • Achieving strategic alignment at DFW International Airport
    Christopher Poinsatte, EVP and CFO, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
  • Putting the joy back into the airport experience: Can social networking platforms make a genuine contribution to increasing commercial revenues and engaging customers?
    Shashank Nigam, CEO, Robert Cook and Craig Stark, SimpliFlying
  • Building retail practices for the New Lisbon Airport
    Carlos Madeira, Vice President, ANA — Aeroportos de Portugal
  • Recommended security guidelines for airport planning, design and construction
    Art Kosatka, CEO, TranSecure
  • The Leipzig Airport judgment: The application of EU state aid rules to the financing of airport infrastructure
    Annabelle Lepièce, Partner and Head, European and Competition Law Practice, CMS DeBacker
  • Airport surface access management: Issues and policies
    Thomas Budd, Stephen Ison, Professor of Transport Policy and Tim Ryley, Senior Lecturer, Transport Studies Group, Loughborough University
  • What’s in a name? Analysis of airport brand names and slogans
    Nigel Halpern, Associate Professor of Air Transport and Tourism and Uttam Kumar Regmi, Molde University College