The aim of this work is to analyze the role of air transport for the economic development of peripheral areas. Liberalization and deregulation processes have involved all aspects of the air transport activity, producing significant change to the supply side of the air transport market. Airlines have tried to expand their market share, efficiency, and above all, they have tried to specialise their activity focusing on specific demand targets. As a consequence, even airports have had to change their management activity, increasingly modifying their strategy to attract new carriers and plan new goals, such as, for example, increasing accessibility. As a consequence even the airport have had to change the management activity, modifying the strategy to attract new carriers. This paper is focusing on a dynamical approach for analyzing airport choice factors for airlines and for airport management. Its main advantage is the ability to linearly depict the several relationships occurring amongst the different subjects involved, with increased advantages as opposite to more traditional approaches, like the Costs-Benefits” model, or the “Multi-criteria” techniques.
|Titolo:||Compagnie aeree low cost, competitività dei sistemi aeroportuali e ricadute sui territori locali|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2009|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||2.1.3 Articolo su libro con ISSN|