This independent manual provides airport planners and architects with an essential planning guide and reference tool, based on the author's extensive experience in the field and involvement in developing best practice airline and airport industry guidelines. Chapters cover topics such as demand forecasting, masterplan development, terminal pier and satellite infrastructure, baggage handling, apron design and airport security.
This book provides a comprehensive overview of financial management systems at U.S. airports. In doing so it tackles a major and under-addressed challenge facing the 4,500 publicly operated airports, arguably their most significant issue after safety and security. Topics covered include financial statements and reporting, budgeting, rates and fees, concession leasing, and capital development and leasing. Airport Financial Management is written for air transport students and researchers as well as current and future airport financial administrators.
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