Airports : special report
Airports in the Middle East and Asia are going from strength to strength as their European counterparts face steep cuts to public subsidies, leaving a question mark over the survival of smaller regional facilities. Meanwhile, US hubs are being favoured over secondary airports, as the effects of the latest round of airline mergers are felt across the transport network. Airport signs : a snapshot of traffic trends among the globe's leading airports -- The world's top airports : traffic date for the largest 150 airports in 2013 -- Slashing benefits : Europe's airports are facing public subsidy cuts -- Ever decreasing circles : US hubs have seen significant traffic gains as a result of airline mergers, but will it last? -- Double vision : for cities like Sydney, the decision to build a second major airport can raise as many questions as answers.
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- Publication Date: 2014-5
- Features: Illustrations;
- Pagination: p. 25-42
- Accession Number: 01533240
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: Northwestern University Transportation Library
- Files: TLIB
- Created Date: Aug 7 2014 11:24AM