By Richard de Neufville, Amedeo Odoni, Peter Belobaba, Tom Reynolds
* the hot usual on airport structures planning,design, and administration * presents suggestions to the main urgent airport issues: growth, site visitors, surroundings, additions, and so on. * complete assurance of computer-based instruments and technique * extra studies and updates to be had through authors' web site (20041011)
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This drives the continual demand for expansion and improvement. It also leads to the development of multiple airport systems in metropolitan areas and of niche airports serving leisure traffic or cargo. 2. Commercialization, as the rise of business management in a market economy replaces government ownership in a regulated environment. This trend makes economic performance and efficiency salient criteria for good design and radically changes concepts of what should be built. 3. Globalization, through the formation of transnational airline alliances and airport companies.
To look at a specific issue, a reader will pick a chapter from column A, and appropriate reference material from column B. Readers interested in exploring a larger set of issues in airport planning, such as the problems associated with the airside, will want to select that whole group from column A. They will select from column B as needed. Recommended combinations Each of the big blocks on systems planning, airside and landside, is a self-contained unit. Readers can approach them independently of the others.
Table 1-7 illustrates the phenomenon with a snapshot of the situation for the major alliances as of 2002. In the early years of the alliances, the partnerships were unstable and not particularly deep in terms of their effect on the airlines. Nonetheless, the overall trend toward cooperative integration appears relentless. Table 1-7. Memberships in Star and Oneworld global airline alliances in 2002 Some airports are similarly losing their local character and becoming part of international organizations.