Forthcoming content

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues, published both in print and online. A selection of articles and case studies scheduled for Volume 15 include:

Special issue on COVID-19, its impact on airport management and how to navigate the new normal

  • Thoughts on the post-pandemic new normal in air travel
    Jim Robinson, Managing Director, Pegasus Aviation Advisors
  • COVID-19’s impact on Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport and resumption of operations
    Scott M. Ayers, Safety Management System Manager and Derrick Crawley, Fire Safety Manager, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • Effective project leadership and culture under stay-home orders
    Bob Bolton, Director of Airport Design and Construction, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
  • Effects of COVID-19 related air traffic restrictions on the local air quality at Zurich Airport
    Emanuel Fleuti, Head of Environment, Zurich Airport
  • The airport ground transportation industry during COVID-19
    Ray A. Mundy, Executive Director, AGTA
  • Effects of the COVID-19 crisis on airport investment grades and implications for debt financing
    Hans-Arthur Vogel, Professor of Aviation Management, International University of Applied Sciences, Bad Honnef-Bonn
  • Utility cost savings helping airports in a pandemic
    Charles F. Marshall, Airport Engineering Manager, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • Geneva Airport in 2020 and beyond: Validating our strategy to develop a sustainable airport and maintaining this in the new normal
    André Schneider, CEO, Geneva Airport
  • Could COVID-19 be the catalyst for solving open issues and galvanizing full adoption of biometrics in airport settings?
    Jeffery Oboy, Partner, M2P Consulting

Further articles scheduled for Volume 15 include:

  • AI in airport operations from laboratory to real life: A successful approach to applying artificial intelligence in airside operations and ground handling
    Rolf Felkel, Senior Vice President Application Development and Deputy CIO, Torben Barth, Senior Consultant and Data Scientist and Thilo Schneider, Senior Consultant and Data Scientist, Fraport
  • Decarbonising gate operations through clean energy solutions
    Stephen Barrett, Principal, Barrett Energy Resources Group and Eduardo Caldera-Petit, Programme Management Officer, UN Environment Programme
  • The quiet airport: San Francisco International Airport’s programme for managing terminal noise for an improved guest experience
    Christopher Birch, Guest Experience Director, San Francisco International Airport
  • How to become successfully 'net zero'
    Jean-Francois Guitard, Director for Business Development & Public Affairs, Société des Aéroports de la Côte d’Azur
  • Airport technology systems in the design-build environment
    Hunter S. Fulghum, Principal Technology Consultant, Arts & Engineering
  • IoT based airport systems: A unified approach towards establishing trust for high security and integrity of industrial IoT platforms and sensors
    Nikos Papagiannopoulos, Senior Project Manager, IT&T Data Services, Athens International Airport
  • Simulating for real: The why and how of security drills at the security checkpoint
    Stephanie Walter, Franziska Hofer, Zoé Dolder and Signe Maria Ghelfi-Waechter, Zurich State Police – Airport Division/Research and Development
  • A collaborative approach to business continuity and organizational resilience when dealing with a major crisis
    Thomas Romig, Head of Operations Control and Development, Geneva Airport
  • What business are airports really in?
    Rian Burger, Senior Principal and Brandon Orr, Project Manager, Transportation, Stantec
  • Creating and cultivating a culture of innovation
    Samuel G. Ingalls, Principal and Francis T. Barich, President, Barich
  • Survey data is fundamental to developing data-driven strategies
    Firelli Pitters, Managing Director, Unison Consulting
  • Strategies for airport IT functions to adopt which reflect their small IT teams
    Aymeric Dussart, Vice President, Technology and innovation, ADM Aéroports de Montréal
  • Doing more with less: An assessment of capacity utilization using stochastic frontier and spectral analysis models in the case of Atlanta Hartsfield/Jackson International Airport
    Tony Diana, Division Manager, Outreach (ANG-M2), Office of NextGen Stakeholder Collaboration and Messaging, Federal Aviation Administration
  • How the roadmap for fossil-free aviation in Sweden paved the way for a more constructive dialogue regarding aviation and climate change
    Henrik Littorin, Strategist and consultant, HL Insight