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Airport Planning

Deregulation After 35 years
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Brenda Perez

on 3 October 2013

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Transcript of Airport Planning

The Airline Deregulation Act was signed on October 24, 1978.
Deregulation gave new start ups the opportunity to enter the airline industry.
This also allowed more service, to more people, to more cities, at lower prices than before.
Increase competition
Lower Fares
The Geneal
ogy of US Airlines
Management
Airline’s business strategy
Routes they select
Passenger satisfies are not met
Airlines were not services all cities
Why some succeeded
and others faile
d?
Start Up Airlines:
- Air Chaparral (an American regional airline, it was active in 1980 with its main office located in Reno, Nevada. Air Chaparral ceased operations in 1983 and had filed for bankruptcy)
Air Hawaii (Air Hawaii began operations between Honolulu and Los Angeles in 1985. The airline ran into financial problems and discontinued operations in 1986.)
Short term: 1980s
Increase in passengers
Limited space
E.g. City noise ordinance
Terminal
Gates
Security
Concessions
Runways
Operations
Airport Planning Challenges
Zuidas, Amsterdam (Netherlands)
Songdo International Business District
Ekurhuleni, South Africa
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport
Today’s Aerotropolis
20 Miles
Aviation Oriented Businesses
Manufacturing and Distribution facilities
Hotel
Entertainment
Retail
Convention
Trade and Exhibition Complexes
Office Buildings
Airport City
AIRCRAFT
AIRPORTS
PEOPLE
Expectations
Brief History
Post Deregulation
Hub-and-Spoke
Flying aircraft to full capacity.
Efficiency
Use of various aircraft to save on costs.
Benefits of Hub-and-Spoke for the Airlines
Increase in Passengers
Airport Planning Post Deregulation
FACILITIES REQUIREMENTS
AEROTROPOLIS
Deregulation After 35 years
Created by:
Brenda Perez
Welton Trang
Lesly Morales
Sydney Zacsek
Air 1
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