Volume 10 (2015-16)

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues. The articles published so far in Volume 10 are:

Volume 10 Number 3 (Summer 2016)

  • Darwin Airport’s terminal expansion project 
    Tom Ganley, Chief Financial Officer and Company Secretary, Northern Territory Airports
  • Risk management: Where are the greatest risks in the airport development lifecycle and what factors should be front of mind?
    Marcelo Mota, Director of Operations and Chief Operating Officer, Aeroportos Brazil Viracopos
  • The profession of being social: Developing an effective and purposeful social media strategy for your airport
    Heather Malinowski, Public Information Officer, Syracuse Regional Airport Authority
  • Emerging trends in airport-airline use and lease agreements in the US
    Joseph Messina, Divisional Deputy City Solicitor, City of Philadelphia Law Department, Philadelphia International Airport and Eric T. Smith, Partner, Kaplan Kirsch Rockwell
  • Infrastructure development/investment: Why airports invest
    Giulio Leucci, Head of Commercial Bidding - M&A, JV, PPP, Manchester Airport
  • Going it alone: Establishing rates and charges by ordinance in the US: A brief guide
    David Y. Bannard, Partner, Foley & Lardner
  • The evolution of the passenger experience on the airport concourse 
    Andrea Goodpasture, Manager, Airport Affairs and Steve Hubbell, Senior Manager, Airport Affairs, Southwest Airlines
  • The development of a computer program for aerodrome movement area facilities planning and design standards
    Mohamed Selmi Soliman, Deputy General Manager/Engineering and Projects Department Manager, Marsa Alam International Airport (et al)

 

Volume 10 Number 2 (Spring 2016)

  • Munich Airport Terminal 2 Satellite: Airport expansion under ongoing operations
    Philipp Ahrens, Director, Project Team Satellite, Munich Airport and Matthias Stein, Director Project Team Satellite, Lufthansa
  • Major construction projects at airports: Client leadership of health and safety
    Geoff Eban, General Manager Infrastructure, Facilities and Planning, Wellington Airport
  • Sustainable communities: The Atlanta Airport ecodistrict
    Charles F. Marshall, Senior Planning Manager, Asset Management, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  • A study on the effect of airport choice attributes on airport users’ satisfaction and behavioural intentions: The case of Gimpo International Airport
    Mun-Hwan Kim, Head, Asset Contract Team, Korea Airports Corporation, Jin-Woo Park, Associate Professor and Yu-Jin Choi, PhD Student, Korea Aerospace University
  • Neighbourhood patterns of household spending on airline tickets in Metro Vancouver
    Mike Brown, ‎Senior Planning Advisor, Greater Toronto Airports Authority
  • US airports’ perspective on airlines’ fleet mix and its impact on capacity
    Hélène Nussbaumer, Airport Operations Worker, Stockton Metropolitan Airport and Mark Revels
  • Access control, identity management and the insider threat
    Jonathan Branker, Program Manager, CGH Technologies, Tim Eveleigh, Senior Systems Engineer, CACI International, Thomas H. Holzer, Director, Infrastructure Service Provider Solutions Office, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency and Shahryar Sarkani, Adjunct Professor, George Washington University
  • Air travel banks: A public-private partnership approach to air services development at smaller airports
    Richard Klophaus, Professor of Business Management, Transportation and Logistics, Worms University of Applied Sciences

 

Volume 10 Number 1 (Winter 2015)

  • Delivering increased environmental footprint reductions at Hong Kong Airport through multi-stakeholder engagement
    Mike Kilburn, Senior Manager, Environment and Chris Lee, Assistant Manager, Sustainability, Airport Authority Hong Kong
  • Assessing current trends in airport ownership and their implications
    Stuart Condie, Director, Direct Infrastructure Partners
  • Implementing perimeter intrusion detection at Prague airport
    Stanislav Jonáš, Strategy and Standards Manager, Prague Airport
  • Can we measure the impact of new navigation procedure implementation? A simultaneous equations approach
    Tony Diana, Division Manager, NextGen Performance and Stephen Moskowitz, Management and Programme Analyst, US Federal Aviation Administration
  • Implementing integrated self-service at airports
    Frank Barich, Principal, Leslie F. Ruiz, Business Analyst and Jim Miller, Senior Consultant, Barich
  • On the impact of air travel taxes
    Joost Zuidberg, Senior Researcher, SEO Aviation Economics
  • New concepts in airport sustainability
    Joeri Aulman, Airport Planner - NACO, Netherlands Airport Consultants
  • Modelling capacity of closely-spaced parallel runways supported by new technologies and innovative procedures: The case of Dubai International Airport
    Milan Janic, Senior Researcher, Department of Air Transport Operations, Delft University of Technology