Volume 7 (2012-13)

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published in Volume 7 were:

Volume 7 Number 4

  • Security management systems: An opportunity for airport operators
    Stephen Goodwin, General Manager Operations, Brisbane Airport
  • An application of reliability analysis to taxi-out delay in the case of New York John F. Kennedy International Airport
    Tony Diana, Division Manager, NextGen Performance, US Federal Aviation Administration
  • Are you getting enough? Concerns about airport revenues
    Ron Messer, Professor, Kwantlen Polytechnic University
  • Brazilian airport privatisation in a booming economy
    Johann Frank, Managing Director and Marie Krpata, Junior Airport Consultant, Airport Consulting Vienna
  • Measuring customer service: A case study of Dubai International Airport
    Aman Gupta, Assistant Professor, College of Business, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (et al)
  • The European Commission’s consultation on its draft EU guidelines on state aid to airports and airlines
    Annabelle Lepièce, Partner, CMS DeBacker
  • Airport business interruptions: Developing and applying a scheme for the estimation of resulting cost impacts
    Sven Maertens, German Aerospace Center
  • Review of Southwest Airlines’ request for expanding international service from William P. Hobby Airport and the impact of dividing international service between two airports
    Carol Abel Lewis, Director Center for Transportation Training and Research, Texas Southern University (et al)


Volume 7 Number 3

  • Growing retail revenues at airports
    Andrea Belardini, CEO, Europe, The Nuance Group
  • The outlook for airport finance: How forecasting techniques can adapt to reflect changeable market conditions
    Andy Carlisle, Managing Director, European Aviation Practice, LeighFisher
  • Airport valuation: Using passenger generalised cost to measure competitive advantage and pricing power
    Doramas Jorge-Calderón, Economist, Projects Directorate, European Investment Bank
  • The privatisation of Madinah Airport, Saudi Arabia
    Waleed Youssef, Chief Strategy Officer, TAV Airports Holding
  • Reducing wildlife hazards to aviation at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport through agency and community coordination
    Robin M. Bowie, Manager, Division of Environmental Planning, Maryland Aviation Administration Transportation, Lisa Harmon, Senior Aviation Planner and Daniel Hirchert, Consultant, Mead & Hunt
  • Limiting the impact of aircraft turnaround inefficiencies on airport and network operations:The TITAN project
    Athanasios Katsaros, National Technical University of Athens (et al)


Volume 7 Number 2

  • What airports can do in the event of the failure of their main airline
    Holger Linkweiler, Managing Director, HOCHTIEF AirPort
  • Moving from good to great: Using smart benchmarking to improve airport performance
    Moira Goulmy, Expert, Sebastian Stern, Partner and Gerritjan Eggenkamp, Associate Principal, McKinsey & Company
  • Improving connectivity at hub airports
    Jan Veldhuis, SEO Economic Research
  • A four-track approach to reduce the risk of wildlife strikes at Amsterdam Schiphol Airport
    Maarten van der Meide, Policy Advisor, Aviation Safety and Security Division and Evert Pieterse, Ministry of Infrastructure, The Netherlands
  • Intelligent airports and data: The legal impact of new IT at airports
    Stephen Baird, Legal Director, SITA
  • Airborne laser surveys for expediting airport obstruction mapping
    Waheed Uddin, Director, Center for Advanced Infrastructure Technology, University of Mississippi and Catherine Colby Willis, Roadway Design Division, Mississippi Department of Transportation
  • French regional airports: Privatisation ahead?
    Jean-Francois Guitard, Director, International Affairs, Societe des Aeroports de la Cote d'Azur
  • Evaluating the removal performance and friction characteristics of runway contaminants
    Chun-Hsing Ho, Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University and Pedro Romero, Professor of Civil Engineering, University of Utah
  • Introducing service solution concepts to airports
    Ilmari Halme, Vantaa Innovation Institute, Petteri Sinervo, University of Turku and Mikko Punakivi, Director Business Development, Helsinki Business and Science Park


Volume 7 Number 1

  • Creating the i-Port: Innovative strategies to enhance efficiencies and the passenger experience
    Jos A. Nijhuis, President and CEO, Schiphol Group
  • Setting airport charges: In praise of hybrids
    Richard Sharp, Principal, A.T. Kearney
  • The light hand behind the development of Australia’s newest international airport
    Matthew Brown, Head of Aviation, Canberra Airport
  • Predicting block times: An application of Box-Jenkins models
    Tony Diana, Division Manager, NextGen Performance, US Federal Aviation Administration
  • Iraq civil aviation and risk perception
    Matthew Vaughan, Head of Aviation Security, Etihad Airways
  • Airport privatisation: Contrasting examples of success and failure, aspiration and reticence in the USA and UK
    David Bentley, Principal, Big Pond Aviation
  • The importance of collaborative dialogue in the aircraft noise debate: Examples of flightpath changes at UK airports
    Lucy Budd, Lecturer in Transport Studies, Thomas Budd, Loughborough University and Andy Jefferson, Programme Director, UK Sustainable Aviation Initiative
  • An innovative model for congestion pricing at airports
    Zheng Xingwu, Director, Institute of International Economics and Ge Beibei, Civil Aviation University of China
  • Strategic reactions of regional airports facing competition from the high-speed train: Lessons from France
    Paul Chiambaretto, Ecole Polytechnique