Airports' perspectives on the growth of low-cost airlines and the remodeling of the airport-airline relationship.

@inproceedings{Francis2004AirportsPO,
  title={Airports' perspectives on the growth of low-cost airlines and the remodeling of the airport-airline relationship.},
  author={Graham Francis and Ian R Humphreys and Stephen Ison},
  year={2004}
}
Abstract This paper explores the way in which airports have responded to the apparent opportunities afforded them by the growth of low-cost airlines. The adoption of a so-called low-cost model by airlines has made many airports fundamentally reconsider who their customers are. The low-cost model impels airlines to negotiate contracts which significantly reduce aeronautical charges by the airport, consequently seeking to make up this short fall by commercial revenues from the increased passenger… CONTINUE READING

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