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Robert Bartini and his contribution to the development of transport and aviation
Sergej Težak, 2017, published scientific conference contribution

Keywords: public transport, aviation
Published in DKUM: 14.11.2017; Views: 970; Downloads: 354
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Expansion of airport capacity at London Heathrow airport
Milan Janić, 2004, original scientific article

Abstract: Civil aviation has been confronted with the problem of matching its capacity to growing demand long term. This has been a particularly important issue at some large European and U.S. airports where increasing operational, economic, and, particularly, environmental constraints have affected expansion and development. The long-term matching of capacity to demand at London Heathrow Airport in England is discussed. This analysis includes predicting airport demand relative to annual number of aircraft movements and number of passengers, designing solutions for providing capacity, and generating scenarios for long-term matching of capacity to demand. The results indicate that until the year 2020 the airport will permanently struggle with congestion both airside and landside.
Keywords: civil aviation, airport system, airport capacity, London Heathrow airport, aviation
Published in DKUM: 05.06.2012; Views: 939; Downloads: 126
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Liberalisation of European aviation : analysis and modelling of the airline behaviour
Milan Janić, 1997, original scientific article

Abstract: This paper deals with the analysis and modelling of behaviour of the Western European airlines during the first phase of the gradual liberalisation of the EU (European Union) aviation market. The framework for monitoring this behaviour and appropriate methodology for registering significant changes in the airline industry, specific airlines, and the aviation market itself has been developed. Three classes of empirical models have been estimated: airline growth and financial performances, airline mergings and alliances by holding of equity stakes in partners, and airline relationships (cooperation and/or competition) on the EU air route network consisting of five sub-models. The EU airline sub-models are: market share, market concentration, air travel demand, quality of services, and pricing policy. The least-square regression technique has been applied over the cross-sectional data for making the empirical estimates.
Keywords: European aviation, liberalisation of the aviation market, Wester European airlines, externalities
Published in DKUM: 05.06.2012; Views: 1090; Downloads: 89
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An assessment of risk and safety in civil aviation - dialogue from the black box
Milan Janić, 2000, review article

Abstract: Risk and safety have always been important considerations in civil aviation. This is particularly so under current conditions of continuous growth in air transport demand, frequent scarcity of airport and infrastructure capacity, and thus permanent and increased pressure on the system components. There is also the growing public and operators' awareness of these and other system externalities such as air pollution, noise, land use, water/soil pollution and waste management, and congestion. This paper offers an assessment of risk and safety in civil aviation. It deals with general concept of risk and safety, describes the main causes of aircraft accidents and proposes a methodology for quantifying risk and safety.
Keywords: risk, safety, civil aviation, externalities
Published in DKUM: 05.06.2012; Views: 1165; Downloads: 28
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