Journal of Airport Management is the leading professional journal publishing in-depth, peer-reviewed articles and real world case studies on airport management, finance, development, ground-handling, airport-airline relations and regulation – with no advertising or sales pitches.
Guided by an expert Editorial Board and published in association with Airports Council International, each quarterly 100-page issue publishes original, authoritative articles and case studies written by and for airport managers, ground-handling companies, airlines and regulators, as well as their advisers, service providers, researchers and academics. Each issue provides detailed analysis, new thinking, ‘lessons learned’ and ‘how to’ guides from fellow professionals around the world that can be applied in your organisation, plus the latest research in the field.
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