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  • Geographical aspects of airport and air-route development in Ireland
  • Accessibility ; Air transport ; Airline traffic ; Airport ; Ireland ; Overhead line ; Transport ; Transport policy
  • The purpose of this article is to provide a geographical perspective on the expansion over recent decades of both air services and the airport system in Ireland.
  • Luchthavenplanning in Nederland Airport planning in the Netherlands
  • The author gives an extensive review of the Dutch airport planning. He concludes that is not likely that there will be another national airport, a part from Schiphol. (AGD).
  • Luchthavens en hun uitstraling. Een onderzoek naar de economische en ruimtelijke uitstralingseffecten van luchthavens. Airports and their environment. A research into the economic and spatial impact of airports
  • The starting point of this study is that airports are no longer areas where only planes start and land. There is a variety of economic activities linked to the presence of an airport. This study aimed to get insight in the economic and spatial
  • impact. In particular attempts have been made to ascertain the potency of a regional airport to function as supercharger of the regional economy. The case studies concern Schiphol and Maastricht airport. - (AGD)
  • Architectural geographies of the airport balcony : mobility, sensation and the theatre of flight
  • Airport ; Architecture ; Perception
  • Grenada's new international airport
  • A description of the planning considerations which led to the development of a new international airport in Grenada at the Point Salines site. (MPM).
  • Spatial anxieties and the changing landscape of an Australian airport
  • Airport ; Australia ; Land ; Legislation ; Management ; Privatisation ; Regional planning ; Tasmania
  • The AA. summarise some of the criticisms levelled under the legislation of government's airports. A reference is made to Hobart International Airport. The case exemplifies a double failing of policy and legislation. A range of spatial anxieties
  • Noise versus access : the impact of an airport in an urban property market
  • Airport ; England ; Hedonistic model ; Housing cost ; Impact study ; Manchester ; Noise ; Nuisance ; Proximity ; Quality of life ; Real estate market ; Residential environment ; United Kingdom
  • The paper addresses the general question of whether the costs to local economies of airport proximity outweigh the benefits of access, employment and improved infrastructure. Based on data relating to Manchester airport and its surrounding areas
  • 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
  • Cywilne porty lotnicze Gdanska i Gdyni w latach 1921-1974 Passenger airports of Gdansk and Gdynia during 1921-1974
  • The article gives a comprehensive view on the development of passenger airports in Gdansk and Gdynia. The paper consists of four parts. The first three describe the airports of Gdansk-Wrzeszcz, Gdynia-Rumia and Gdansk-Rebiechowo. The next part
  • concerns the operation activities of the above airports.
  • Re-knotting Ireland in late Celtic Tiger times - the enhanced terrestrial nodality of Dublin airport
  • Air traffic ; Airport ; Connectivity ; Dublin ; Investment ; Ireland ; Road network ; Territorial planning
  • access to Dublin airport and have given the airport an enhanced terrestrial nodality. Coach services to the airport now run 24/7, providing access to early morning flights. These developments, and the increasing dominance of Dublin airport, are discussed
  • Newcomer airports : ein aktuelles Phänomen im deutschen Luftverkehr und seine verkehrsgeographische Bedeutung
  • Air transport ; Airport ; Germany ; Infrastructure ; Transport
  • For a long time air transport in Germany had been relative static. Since around 1990 there has been a newfound dynamic for initial development, conversion and extension of airports, which can be summed up with the term newcommer airports. Usually
  • upgraded and extended airfields became minor national or even international airports for scheduled and charter flights. The article describes the economical effects on the air transport sector, the consequences on the public subsidy system and common
  • 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
  • Period 1959-73. In the short run, adverse effects on sales prices of residences are noted in the airport areas but in the longer term, prices display a similar trend in both airport and non-airport areas.
  • Wandel des Münchner Flughafens zur Airport City“. Entwicklungsdeterminanten und raumwirtschaftliche Ausstrahlungseffekte
  • La mutation de l'aéroport de Munich en Airport city : critères de dévelopement et impacts spatiaux et économiques
  • Airport ; Bavaria ; Germany ; Internationalization ; Munich ; Regional development ; Transport
  • Environmental footprint of aircraft noise exposure at Cape Town International Airport
  • Airport ; Cape Town ; Geographical information system ; Man-environment relations ; Noise ; Nuisance ; South Africa ; Vulnerability
  • The paper provides a background sketch to the development of Cape Town International Airport and the noise control framework. It provides a brief overview of noise measurement and the way in which GIS is employed to determine the noise footprint
  • Turun lentokentän melualue 8.4.-31.7.1974 The noise area of Turku airport during the period April8-July31, 1974
  • Hartsfield Atlanta: international airport
  • 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
  • The regional economic impact of an airport : the case of Amsterdam Schiphol airport
  • Airport ; Amsterdam ; Economic impact ; Induced effect ; Job creation ; Multiplicator ; Netherlands (The) ; Regional economy ; Urban economy
  • The projected market share for a new small airport in the North of England
  • Accessibility ; Air transport ; Airport ; Location choice ; Model ; Northern England ; Passengers ; United Kingdom ; Utility function