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FAST : Future Airport Strategies

Abstract : During the last decade the air transport market was marked by the emergence and development of the low cost carriers (LCCs). The LCCs market share in Europe was indeed multiplied by 3 in 4 years, going from 5% in 2002 to 16% in 2006. This major change in the air transport market has strongly contributed to the trend towards privatization of airport ownership and management. One main result of such changes is the development of airports? new strategies to increase their attractiveness and their competitiveness. In this context, it is particularly relevant to focus on airport strategies and their future evolution. Which type of airport will be concerned by these strategies? Will new trends in airport strategies appear? What could be the impact of airport strategies development on the traffic distribution at airports? The FAST project aims at providing answers to these questions by analyzing the potential evolution of airport strategies in the next decade according to a defined typology of airports and by analyzing the potential impacts of such future strategies on traffic distribution at airports. The project is decomposed in three work-packages.
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Isabelle Laplace, Nathalie Lenoir, Estelle Malavolti, Antonin Kazda, Anna Tomova, et al.. FAST : Future Airport Strategies. INO 2008, 7th Eurocontrol Innovative Research Workshop & Exhibition, Dec 2008, Brétigny-sur-Orge, France. pp xxxx. ⟨hal-01022266⟩



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