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  • Airline services and airport provision in Northern Ireland, 1983-93: network patterns, policies and trends
  • Air transport ; Airline ; Airline company ; Airport ; Northern Ireland ; Passengers ; Service ; Service area ; United Kingdom
  • The impact of geographic scale and traffic density on airline production costs : the decline of the no-frills airlines
  • A note on applying the gravity rule to the airline hub problem
  • Air traffic ; Airline ; Airport ; Centrality ; Distance ; Gravity model ; Passengers ; Transport
  • The AA. propose a new model for the airline hub selection problem. Passengers use a hub on the way to their destination. They apply the objective of minimizing the total miles traveled by passengers. This formulation can be used as the basis
  • Caribbean airline connectivity and development
  • An analysis of the interconnectivity of the Caribbean airline links for 1934, 1942, 1953, 1963, 1973 and 1983| with discussion of factors in current network development and its role in economic development. (MPM).
  • Alaskan airline markets : a case study in spatial decision making
  • Air transport ; Airline ; Alaska ; Choice ; Decision ; Logit model ; Market ; Transport
  • The nature of market decisions made by airlines operating within Alaska is examinated. Author focuses on which variables, internal and external to the firm, are associated with decisions to either add, delete, or retain markets within a system
  • . Discrete-choice analysis involving the logit model was used to evaluate the market decisions of Alaskan airline firms during the 1988-1993 period. Major variables included changing levels of competitive rivalry, network configuration, and changes in fleet
  • The geography of deregulation in the U.S. airline industry
  • Air transport ; Airline ; Centrality ; Competition ; Core-periphery ; Deregulation ; Market ; Spatial structure ; Transport ; United States of America
  • The US domestic airline industry was deregulated in 1978. A geography of deregulation has emerged conforming to a core-periphery structure. As a consequence of industry consolidation, strong domestic hubs and international gateway cities have
  • An empirical analysis of former soviet cities in transnational airline networks
  • Airline ; Airline network ; Former USSR ; Hub ; Moscow ; Tashkent ; Town ; Urban network ; World city
  • Aeronautical space ; Airline ; Airline network ; Belgium ; Spatial structure ; Transport
  • Cartographic strategies for airline advertising
  • Airline and airport choice by passengers in multi-airport regions : the effect of Southwest airlines
  • Air transport ; Airline ; Airport ; Choice ; Hinterland ; Hub ; Logit model ; Network ; United States of America
  • Airport and airline choice in a multiple airport region : an empirical analysis for the San Francisco Bay area
  • Air transport ; Airline ; Airport ; California ; Choice ; Logit model ; Preference ; San Francisco ; Statistics ; Transport ; United States of America
  • Low-Cost Airlines - Motoren für den Städtetourismus in Europa ?
  • As a result of deregulation politics, Europe air traffic has experienced a rapid growth of low cost airlines since the mid 1990s. this trend goes along with a boom in European city tourism and increasing inter-urban competition. As a result
  • The state and liberalization: the airline industry in the East Asian NICs
  • Aeronautic engineering ; Air traffic ; Airline ; Asia ; Deregulation ; Liberalisation ; Passengers ; Privatisation ; South-Eastern Asia ; State control ; Transport
  • Air transport ; Airline ; Airline company ; Airline network ; China ; Economic development ; Hub ; Regional disparities ; Tourism ; Transport
  • Airline deregulation, commuter safety, and regional air transportation
  • Accident ; Airline Deregulation Act ; Aviation civile ; Compagnie aérienne ; Dérégulation ; Etats-Unis ; Géographie de l'Amérique ; Ligne aérienne ; Législation ; Navette ; Navigation aérienne ; Sécurité ; Trafic aérien ; Transport ; Transport
  • African gateways: measuring airline connectivity change for Africa’s urban networks in the 2003-2009 period
  • Africa ; Air transport ; Airline network ; Globalization ; Johannesburg ; Network ; Urbanization ; World city
  • This paper draws on a rich data source that provides longitudinal airline booking data, which can be directly linked up to the evolution of inter-urban networks at the African and global scale. Results indicate that Johannesburg remains the major
  • The impact of U.S. airline deregulation on airport traffic patterns
  • Air traffic ; Airline ; Airline network ; Airport ; Deregulation ; Index ; Spatial concentration ; Transport ; United States of America
  • Aeroflot dissolved with emergence of new republic and other airlines
  • Air transport ; Airline company ; Ex-USSR ; Political reform ; Transport
  • Missed opportunities : the restructuring of Berlin's airport system and the city's position in international airline networks
  • Air transport ; Airline network ; Airport ; Berlin ; Brandenburg ; Economic restructuring ; Germany ; Liberalisation ; Reunification ; Trade agreement ; Transport
  • The impact of low-cost airlines on the international coach market between Poland and the UK
  • Air traffic ; Airline ; Competitiveness ; Market ; Passengers ; Poland ; Transport ; United Kingdom