Peter Morrell

After research at MIT and working as an economist with the Association of European Airlines, Peter Morrell joined Cranfield’s Department of Air Transport, where he worked from 1991 until his recent retirement when he held a chair in air transport economics and finance.  These two areas were the focus of his research and consultancy interests.  He has been involved in numerous airline and airport projects worldwide.  Airline projects have ranged from British Airways and LOT Polish Airlines in Europe to Air Zimbabwe, Royal Nepal Airlines and LIAT around the world.  He also directed a number of major studies for the European Commission.

He has continuing links with Cranfield as a visiting professor and serves on the editorial boards of the Journal of Air Transport Management and Tourism Economics.  His book ‘Airline Finance’ is in its fourth edition., and he has published one of the few recent books (if any?) dedicated to air cargo – ‘Moving boxes by air’.

Address

email: p.s.morrell(at)cranfield.ac.uk

Stanborough Hundred
Totnes
TQ9 7JG
UK

Airneth columns and contributions to Airneth activities

  23.11.2010 The planned British Airways/Iberia merger: a viewpoint

Airneth column by Peter Morrell>>

  16.04.2009 3rd Airneth Annual Conference: Innovation in the air transport industry in times of recession

In this conference, we will survey the challenges in the airline industry and the role innovations will play in shaping the future air transport industry.>>

  17.03.2008 2nd Airneth Annual Conference: EU-US Open Skies

What are the consequences of the EU-US Open Sky Agreement? >>