Volume 14 (2019-2020)

Each volume of Journal of Airport Management consists of four quarterly 100-page issues, published both in print and online. 

Articles scheduled to be published in Volume 14 are available to view on the 'Forthcoming content' page. The articles and case studies published Volume 14 so far:

Volume 14 Number 1 (Winter 2019-20)

  • Editorial
    Simon Beckett
  • Practice articles:
    Building synergies between the electronic passport and passenger data: Where will mobile identification technologies take us?
    Christopher Hornek, Border Control, Travel Document Security and Passenger Data Expert and  Project Manager, International Civil Aviation Organization 
  • Incident investigations: Directing a positive approach with ‘just culture’
    Shona Cameron, National HSEQ Adviser, Aviation and Transport, ISS Facility Services
  • Implementing airport strategic asset management for short-term gains and long-term benefits
    Jeffrey W. Fitzgerald, Director of Strategic Consulting and Emily Seamster, Consultant, Woolpert
  • Funding aviation security: Regional cost of a national benefit
    Salomon Kloppers, Finance and Investment Professional
  • Case study:
    Preparing Singapore Changi Airport for the effects of climate change
    Nanco Dolman, Water Resilient Airports, Royal HaskoningDHV and Peter Vorage, Senior Airport Engineer, Netherlands Airport Consultants
  • Research papers:
    The implications of sustainable development for airport duty-free business models
    Graeme Heyes, Postdoctoral Research Associate, Ecology and Environment Research Centre,  Callum Thomas, Professor of Sustainable Aviation, Paul Hooper, Chair in Environmental Management and  Sustainability and Cathy Urquhart, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • Analysing the current and future Chinese airport network: A comparative analysis with the United States of America
    Xinyi Yao, Aviation Student, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics and RMIT University School of Engineering and David Lyon, Lecturer in aviation, RMIT University 
  • ACI Update