The definitive guide to airport planning and management―fully updated with the latest advances in the industry. This thoroughly revised guide covers all aspects of airport infrastructure―from the airfield and runway to airspace, air traffic control, and terminal and security systems. Airport Planning & Management, Seventh Edition clearly explains the FAA’s National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS), historical and current legislation and regulations, FAR Part 139, and more. You’ll explore cutting-edge concepts such as automation, smart baggage handling, enhanced security, and analytics. Updated questions for review and discussion will bring new insights to your knowledge of how airports are planned and managed. Coverage includes:•An introduction to airports and airport systems •Airport and airport systems organization and administration •Historical and legislative perspectives •The airfield •Airspace and air traffic management •Airport operations management under FAR Part 139 •Airport terminals and ground access •Airport security •Airport financial management •Economic, political, and social role of airports •Airport planning •Airport capacity and delay •The future of airport management
The Fire Chief’s Handbook, 7th Edition continues Fire Engineering’s 82-year tradition of publishing the definitive resource for advanced fire service training. The text has been completely updated to meet the changing environment and added responsibilities of the fire service. Returning authors have rewritten their chapter to address today’s leadership and administrative concerns, while new authors are also introduced to offer new perspectives. This comprehensive guidebook is designed for firefighters, company officers, and chief officers of all ranks and department types who want the latest information on the fundamentals of leadership in the fire service, as well as managing the day-to-day operations of a fire department.
Air Transport and Tourism: Interrelationship, Operations and Strategies is a comprehensive textbook covering all major aspects of air transport from operational and managerial perspectives, as well as exploring the intricate relationship that exists between the air transport and tourism industries. The book introduces and provides in-depth coverage of the complexities of the airline industry and the tourism industry and the ways in which they are connected and impact on each other, for example, the destination–airport–airline nexus, and the roles of air transport and airlines in tourism and vice versa. Emphasis is placed on current and future trends, the impact of COVID-19, sustainability and environmental challenges throughout. Comprehensive coverage of airline operations, strategic management and planning, airport operations and air transport information technology is also provided, offering a practical viewpoint on these vital aspects of the subject. This will be the ideal introductory textbook for students of tourism and hospitality studying courses in aviation and air travel.
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Foundations of Airport Economics and Finance analyzes the impact key economic indicators play on an airport’s financial performance. As rapidly changing dynamics, including liberalization, commercialization and globalization are changing the nature of airports worldwide, this book presents the significant challenges facing current and future airports. Airports are evolving from quasi-monopolies to commercial companies operating in a global environment, with ever-increasing passenger and cargo volumes and escalating security costs that put a greater strain on airport systems. This book highlights the critical changes that airports are experiencing, providing a basic understanding of both the economic and financial aspects of the air transport industry. Identifies the economic roots of airport financial performance and how the interplay of its major parameters affects profitability Bridges the gap between the latest airport academic research and real-world airport financial management Covers cases and scenarios of numerous airports from around the world Includes learning aids, such as chapter introductions and summaries, glossary and appendices