- London City Airport. Vines, Mike // Business & Commercial Aviation;Jun2002, Vol. 90 Issue 6, p21
Reports the opening of London City Airport Jet Center in London, England. Commitment of the airport management to corporate aviation; Decision of the company to operate the Dassault Falcon 900EX for commercial charter; Operation of the airport under a brand new Air Operator's Certificate.
- More images. // Management Services;Jul2000, Vol. 44 Issue 7, p31
Discusses why the Manchester Airport's connection to the national rail network, is of a rapidly growing importance for passenger access to the airport and is increasingly significant for staff business travel.
- LMM Airport Administrator Reacts to Complaints by Ground-Transportation Providers. Javier, Pedro Valle // Caribbean Business;12/1/2005, Vol. 33 Issue 47, p12
The article reports on the complaints of the ground-transportation industry to the way traffic is directed and ground-transportation personnel is treated at the Luis MuÃ±oz MarÃn Airport's facilities in Puerto Rico. A major complaint brought by the industry is the inability to park near the...
- A runway success. Buyck, Cathy // Air Transport World;Oct2001, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p46
Reports on the growth in international passenger throughput at Manchester Airports in 2000. Capacity of the airport; Views on the charter market; Details on the improvements of terminals; Annual amount of turnover; Background on the airport.
- The 'Six Ps' of management. Versi, Anver // African Business;May2008, Issue 342, p10
The author comments on the British management culture. He cites the fiasco that followed the opening of the new Terminal 5 at London, England's Heathrow airport, in which thousands of bags from the terminal were stranded in Europe. A very serious examination of the British management culture in...
- The mismanagement of air transport: a supply-side analysis. Hahn, Robert W.; Kroszner, Randall S. // Public Interest;Spring1989, Issue 95, p100
This article presents a supply-side analysis on the mismanagement of air transport in the U.S. The last decade has witnessed dramatic changes in the regulation of the U.S. transportation sector. Transport firms enjoy greater freedom in setting prices, entering and leaving markets, and offering...
- Keeping Tabs on the Airfield. // Air Safety Week;1/12/2009, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p10
The article offers information on the airfield management strategy of airmen of the 379th Expeditionary Operations Squadron in Iraq. Due to many aircraft on a limited airfield, the 379th airmen exercise a constant shift assets around to maximize use of the airfield, ensuring each aircraft has...
- Plane Spotting: Sensors Assist General Aviation Airports with Plane Traffic Counts. // Texas Transportation Researcher;2013, Vol. 49 Issue 2, p11
The article informs that the Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTl) is helping the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) for counting the number of aircrafts arriving at a particular airport in Texas, with the help of sensors. It informs that a solar-powered aircraft counting sensor is...
- CONTEXT. // Brains Trust: National Security - Airports;Jun2012, p1
The article discusses the airports system in Canada since the 1970s. It mentions the launching of Task Force on Airport Management in 1979 by Transport Canada and the adoption of the Airport Transfer Act in 1992 which allows the governor to transfer airports to private and not-for-profit airport...