Air Transport Research Society - ATRS
The 17th Air Transport Research Society world conference was held in Bergamo, Italy.
Photos from the 2013 Conference
One of the activities of the center is the yearly publication of a Fact Book on the aviation industry. In this respect our intention is to make a substantial body of relevant statistics (either collected from other sources or independently obtained), together with a series of comments and interpretations, available to all people with some interest in the field. We are conscious that even the more exhaustive data collections and the best informed data analyses do not necessarily provide simple and undisputable solutions to the multifarious set of complex problems that both managers and policy makers come across when engaged in their daily activity. Rather, and more modestly, we think that collecting and analyzing data can help to avoid judgments and decisions in glaring contrast with what data and related analyses should be taken to suggest.
Other research projects will be pursued in the next few years concerning airlines (Vertical integration in the air transport industry: what about if airlines begin to acquire airports?; Long period sustainability of low cost business model; Passengers air transport as a mass phenomenon; Opportunities for niche markets in the air transport industry) and airports (European scheme of airports classification: comparative analysis of the existing situation in the various countries and its economic and financial results; National regulations: Does it make sense to apply the same rules to all?; Italian airports: How much investment is needed to warrant demand of mobility and safety?; Competitiveness between airports: How to define their district?).
Paolo Malighetti, Stefano Paleari e Redondi Renato, 2013, "Low cost fares’ response to new entry", European Transport Research Review, Forthcoming.
Redondi Renato, Paolo Malighetti e Stefano Paleari, 2013, "European Connectivity: the Role Played by Small Airports", Journal of Transport Geography, 29, 86-94.
Cristina Barbot, Tiziana D’Alfonso, Paolo Malighetti e Renato Redondi, 2013, "Vertical collusion between airports and airlines: An empirical test for the European case", Transportation Research Part E – Logistics and Transportation, Forthcoming.
Guillaume Burghouwt e Renato Redondi, 2013, "Connectivity in air transport networks: an assessment of models and applications", Journal of Transport, Economics and Policy, vol. 47, 1, p. 35–53.
D’Alfonso Tiziana, Nastasi Alberto, 2012, “Vertical relations in the air transport industry: a facility rivalry game”, Transportation Research: Part E, vol. 48, pp. 993-1008. (Read PDF)
Salanti Andrea, Paolo Malighetti e Redondi Renato, 2012, "Low-cost pricing strategies in leisure markets", Tourism Management, vol. 33, 2, p. 249-256.
Valentina Morandi, Paolo Malighetti, Stefano Paleari e Redondi Renato, 2012, "Liberalization of International Air Transport: the case of North-Atlantic Market", The Aviation & Space Journal, vol. XI, 2, p. 2-9.
Salanti Andrea, Paolo Malighetti e Redondi Renato, 2012, "Effects of all-inclusive pricing regulations on airfares: An empirical study of low cost airlines", International Journal of Management, vol. 29, 3, 1, 3-15.
Redondi Renato, Paolo Malighetti e Stefano Paleari, 2012, "De-Hubbing of airports and their recovery patterns", Journal of Air Transport Management, Vol. 18, 1, p. 1-4.
Renato Redondi, Paolo Malighetti e Stefano Paleari, 2011, "Hub Competition and Travel times in the worldwide Airport Network", Journal of Transport Geography, 19, 6, 1260-1271.
Michele Meoli, Paolo Malighetti, Stefano Paleari e Redondi Renato, 2011, "Systematic-Risk and Value Determinants in the Aviation Industry", Transportation Research Part E – Logistics and Transportation, vol. 47, 3, p. 359-370.
Renato Redondi, Paolo Malighetti, Stefano Paleari, 2011, "New routes and airport connectivity", Networks and Spatial Economics, vol. 11, 4, p. 713-725.
Stefano Paleari, Renato Redondi e Paolo Malighetti, 2010, "A comparative study of airport connectivity in China, Europe and US: which network provides the best service to passengers?", Transportation Research Part E – Logistics and Transportation, vo.l 46, p. 198–210.
Malighetti Paolo, Paleari Stefano, Redondi Renato, 2009, "Pricing Strategies of low-costs airlines: the Ryanair case", Special Issue of the Journal of Air Transport Management 15(4): 195-203.
Malighetti Paolo, Paleari Stefano, Redondi Renato, 2009, “Hub competition and travel times in the worldwide airport network”, ATRS Annual Conference (Air Transport Research Society) Abu Dhabi, June 27th-30th 2009.
Malighetti Paolo, Paleari Stefano, Redondi Renato, 2009, “New routes and airport connectivity”, ATRS Annual Conference (Air Transport Research Society) Abu Dhabi, June 27th-30th 2009.
Malighetti Paolo, Michele Meoli, Paleari Stefano, Redondi Renato, 2009, “Value and systematic-risk determinants in the aviation industry”, ATRS Annual Conference (Air Transport Research Society) Abu Dhabi, June 27th-30th 2009.
Giovanna Campopiano, Kotlar Joseph, Salanti Andrea, 2009, “Struttura competitiva dopo la crisi Alitalia: il caso della tratta Milano-Roma”, Rivista di Economia e Politica Industriale (4), 167-178.
Malighetti Paolo, Redondi Renato, Salanti Andrea, 2009, “Price transparency in low-cost fares: Is it really important?", ATRS Annual Conference (Air Transport Research Society) Abu Dhabi, June 27th-30th 2009.
ICCSAI, 2010, Training course for the Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC), on the issue of cost of capital and airport evaluation.
ICCSAI - written advice on the analysis of the effects of EC directive of 11 March 2009 on airports with less than 5 million passengers per year. Delivered on May-25th, 2009. Commissioned by Assoaeroporti.
ICCSAI - Report on the needed adjustments for the development of program contracts, following the new EC directive. Delivered on May-25th, 2009. Commissioned by ADR, SEA, SAVE, SACBO.
IReR, 2008, Meeting demand for intercontinental traffic of Northern Italy, commissioned by IRER.
ICCSAI, 2008, Frankfurt Connectivity data flying with non allied/low cost carriers, commissioned by Fraport AG.
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