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  12.07.2024 Signaleringsnotitie: 2023 update

Airneth signaleringsnotitie: 2023 update>>

  19.03.2024 Short summary sustainable consumer behaviour

The Airneth seminar entitled “Sustainable consumer behaviour in aviation”, held on February 7th 2024 in The Hague, included presentations by: Dr. Marleen Onwezen, Dr. Andreas Wittmer and Dr. Stefan Baumeister>>

  19.01.2024 Signaleringsnotitie

Airneth signaleringsnotitie: 2022/2023 update >>

  16.12.2021 Airneth report on current aviation policy issues (in Dutch)

De Airneth signaleringsnotitie identificeert belangrijke ontwikkelingen in de luchtvaartmarkt die relevant kunnen zijn voor het Nederlandse luchtvaartbeleid. Deze notitie is tot stand gekomen via een analyse en selectie van recent verschenen wetenschappelijke studies en input van de fellows van Airneth, het wetenschappelijke kennisnetwerk op het gebied van luchtvaart.>>

Stefan Gössling   02.08.2018 Could voluntary carbon offsets see a comeback?

Stefan Gössling>>

  15.06.2018 Big Data in Aviation Research and Practice

Anming Zhang University of British Columbia>>

  09.02.2017 The potential of the long-haul low-cost business model and its impact on the Netherlands

In this report the KiM Netherlands Institute for Transport Policy Analysis studies the potential of the Long-Haul Low-Cost business model.>>

  08.03.2016 The Ownership of Europe’s Airports

A new ACI EUROPE report that details the ownership of each of the 500 airports in ACI EUROPE’s membership.>>

  07.12.2015 The EU Aviation Strategy

On 7 December 2015, the Commission published a comprehensive strategy for the European aviation sector.>>

Geraint Harvey and Peter Turnbull   01.11.2015 Changing Business Strategies and the Implications for Workers in the European Civil Aviation Industry

Airneth column by Dr Geraint Harvey, Birmingham Business School, University of Birmingham and Professor Peter Turnbull, School of Economics, Finance and Management, University of Bristol.>>

  15.10.2015 Study on employment and working conditions in air transport and airports

A Steer Davies Gleave report prepared for DG MOVE, European Commission.>>

Sascha Albers   01.09.2015 Airline Business Model Convergence in Europe

Airneth column by Sascha Albers from the University of South Denmark >>

  30.07.2015 Comments of Qatar Airways Q.C.S.C.

The response of Qatar Airways to the US Big 3 white paper: Restoring Open Skies.>>

Richard Klophaus   01.07.2015 Are you up for some competition?

Airneth column by Richard Klophaus of the University of Applied Sciences Worms>>

Renato Redondi   23.06.2015 Airline instability and Airport Abandonments by Low-Cost Carriers

Airneth column by Renato Redondi from the University of Brescia, Italy.>>

Peter Forsyth   03.06.2015 Cost Competitiveness, the Legacy Airlines and the Gulf Airline Challenge

Airneth column by Peter Forsyth from Monash University and Southern Cross University, Australia.>>

  28.02.2015 Emirates' Economic Impact in Europe

Emirates has commissioned Frontier Economics to assess the economic impact of its operations in the EU.>>

  12.02.2015 Atypical Employment in the Aviation Sector

A study on new forms of employment in the aviation sector, carried out by Ghent University.>>

  28.01.2015 Restoring Open Skies: The Need To Address Subsidized Competition From State-Owned Airlines In Qatar And The UAE

A white paper by the Partnership for Open & Fair Skies, a coalition composed of American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines.>>

Florian Allroggen and Robert Malina   06.02.2014 How do airports contribute to economic growth?

Airneth column by Florian Allroggen and Robert Malina>>

  17.12.2013 Proactive airport retailing management: evidence and suggestions from nearby industries

Airneth column by professor David Jarach on airports' non-aeronautical revenues>>

David Starkie   31.10.2013 Why A Small Increase In Airport Charges Might Lead To A Large Passenger Loss

Airneth column by David Starkie on the elasticity of airport charges.>>

Bijan Vasigh and Darryl Jenkins   09.10.2013 Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS): Prospects, Challenges and Opportunities

Column by Airneth fellow Bijan Vasigh and Darryl Jenkins on the potential of unmanned aerial systems (UAS).>>

Michael E. Levine   12.06.2013 Is the Gulf Airline Boom a Bubble?

Airneth column by Michael E. Levine on the possibility of the current boom in Gulf-based airline activity being a bubble. >>

Koen Frenken   23.04.2013 Service innovation: brought to you by low cost carriers

Airneth column by Koen Frenken on past and future innovations in aviation>>

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