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A Fiasco of Volcanic Proportions? Eyjafjallajökull and the Closure of European Airspace
Abstract The unprecedented and recurrent closure of much of UK and northern European airspace from 14 April 2010, following the eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajökull volcano, caused the cancellationExpand
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On being aeromobile: airline passengers and the affective experiences of flight
The advent of heavier-than-air powered flight and the subsequent inauguration of regular passenger air services at the beginning of the twentieth century transformed not only the practicalExpand
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Flying lessons: exploring the social and cultural geographies of global air travel
Geographic perspectives on civil aviation have traditionally been situated within the conceptual landscapes and languages of a transport geography in which quantitative methodologies have been to theExpand
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Gender on the flightdeck: Experiences of women commercial airline pilots in the UK
The reasons for, and the implications arising from, the underrepresentation of women on the flightdeck of commercial aircraft continues to challenge national Governments, the aviation industry, andExpand
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Of plagues, planes and politics: Controlling the global spread of infectious diseases by air
Abstract In recent years, the implications of globalisation for the spread of infectious diseases has begun to emerge as an area of concern to political geographers. Unsurprisingly, much of theExpand
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Airlines, apps, and business travel: a critical examination
Abstract The rapid development, diffusion, and increasing utilisation of mobile technologies have transformed the ways in which airlines interact with their customers. In an effort to improve brandExpand
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Unintended trajectories: liberalization and the geographies of private business flight
The global commercial aviation industry has undergone significant regulatory reform during the last 30 years. This paper explores something of the relationship between air transport liberalizationExpand
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Air craft: Producing UK airspace
This book chapter was accepted for publication in the book, Aeromobilities : http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415449564/
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Improving the environmental performance of airport surface access in the UK: The role of public transport
Simultaneously increasing the proportion of airport surface access journeys that are made by public transport modes and reducing the environmental effects of airport access/egress trips whileExpand
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A Monte-Carlo approach to estimating the effects of selected airport capacity options in London
The issue of future airport capacity in London is currently the subject of much political debate in the UK. Although realistic estimates of the effects of capacity enhancement may be desirable, suchExpand
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