By Guillaume Burghouwt
The continued deregulation and liberalization of globally air delivery markets confronts airport planners with an more and more problematical context. at the one hand, the capital extensive, large-scale and complicated airport investments desire a special, long/medium-term making plans of airport infrastructure. Such making plans calls for no less than predictable site visitors volumes (and site visitors composition) in the making plans horizon. nonetheless, airline course networks are more and more dynamic buildings that regularly express discontinuous adjustments. as a result, the even more risky airport site visitors restricts the worth of exact site visitors forecasts. Volatility of airport site visitors and its composition calls for flexibility of airport techniques and making plans approaches. The booklet explores this challenge via a close learn of airline community improvement, airport connectivity and airport making plans within the deregulated european air delivery marketplace. The questions the ebook seeks to respond to are: how have airways answered to the regime alterations in ecu aviation with recognize to the configuration in their course networks? What has been the effect of the reconfiguration of airline community configurations for the connectivity of ecu airports? How can airport planners and airport gurus take care of the more and more doubtful airline community behaviour in Europe?
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Only a few airlines – such as Southwest Airlines – operate a spatiallydeconcentrated network (Reynolds-Feighan 2001). But even in such an airline network, some nodes are placed higher in the network hierarchy than others (Dallas Love Field, for example). Why do airlines concentrate their networks spatially if scale economies do not depend on the size (number of nodes) and spatial conﬁguration of the network, but on the density of isolated routes? First, spatial concentration is a phenomenon driven by the unequal spread of trafﬁc demand.
At Gander International Airport (Canada), for example, many airlines made technical refuelling stops during the 1950s and 1960s. Aircraft ﬂight range was not sufﬁcient for non-stop transatlantic ﬂights. 2 17 Different types of hub After a short period of aircraft refuelling and stretching time for the passengers, the ﬂight was resumed. The intermediate node is in fact a micro-scale directional hub with just a single connection. The intermediate node can still be found on ultra longhaul ﬂights where aircraft range is not sufﬁcient (the Europe–Australia market, for example) or to produce jointly two different markets when demand is not sufﬁcient to serve them independently.
2000), Park et al. (2003) and Pels (2001) for further discussions on the advantages of airline alliances. Air Transport Networks 29 its Dayton hub and downsized Baltimore operations in 1991, because these hubs were competing with Pittsburgh and Philadelphia after the merger with Piedmont. Complexity costs arise when increasing trafﬁc density leads to higher average costs per passenger in a network of constant size (number of nodes). In relation to a wave-system structure, complexity costs are associated with the relatively low aircraft utilization and reduced utilization of resources (Bootsma 1997; Franke 2004).