Future strategies for airports

Abstract : In air transport, the evolution of traffic depends upon many economic factors, and on the way in which the markets participants respond to those factors. Although airlines are the main actors, the airports are by no means passive, and their strategies will also have an impact on airline behaviour and route development. Our methodology analyzes the potential evolution of airport strategies in the next decade and its impact on the distribution of traffic at airports, using a typology of airports that has been designed for this purpose. It shows in particular that diversification strategies, which are usually reserved for large firms, can also be successfully applied to smaller airports.
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Benedikt Badanik, Isabelle Laplace, Nathalie Lenoir, Estelle Malavolti. Future strategies for airports. WCTR 2010, 12th World Conference on Transport Research, Jul 2010, Lisbon, Portugal. pp xxx. ⟨hal-01022230⟩

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