Browsing by Author "Humphreys, Ian"

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  • Airport surface access strategies and targets

    Francis, Graham; Humphreys, Ian; Ison, Stephen; Aldridge, Kelly (Dept. of Accounting Working Paper Series, 2004-09)
    Airport surface access is increasingly seen as a major problem not only in the UK but worldwide given its impact in terms of both traffic congestion and environmental degradation. In 1998 the UK Government published a White ...
  • A review of the airport-low cost airline relationship

    Humphreys, Ian; Ison, Stephen; Francis, Graham (Network Economics Consulting Group, 2006)
    This paper seeks to review the airport-airline relationship in the light of the growth in the low cost sector, identifying important issues that airport management should consider when negotiating with low cost airlines. ...
  • Risk transfer and uncertainty in privatisation: Cases from air transport

    Francis, Graham; Lawrence, Stewart R.; Humphreys, Ian; Ison, Stephen (Waikato Management School, 2006-10)
    This paper seeks to challenge the notion of risk transference via examples of PPP and privatisation of state owned assets. The paper draws on case studies in air transport operations, in which the private sector has been ...
  • The transferability of the low-cost model to long-haul airline operations

    Francis, Graham; Dennis, Nigel; Ison, Stephen; Humphreys, Ian (Pergamon, 2007)
    Since their emergence in the US in the mid-1970s there has been significant growth in the low-cost airline sector but with a few notable exceptions low-cost airlines have operated on short-haul routes. This paper examines ...
  • UK Airport Policy: Does the government have any influence?

    Humphreys, Ian; Ison, Stephen; Francis, Graham (Blackwell Publishing, 2007)
    This article explores the UK government's influence on shaping and directing airport policy. UK air travel has increased five-fold over the past 30 years and is projected to increase by between two and three times current ...

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