DEMAND MODELLING OF PASSENGER AIR TRAVEL: AN ANALYSIS AND EXTENSION, VOLUME 2
Previous intercity travel demand models in terms of their ability to predict air travel in a useful way and the need for disaggregation in the approach to demand modelling are evaluated. The viability of incorporating non-conventional factors (i.e. non-econometric, such as time and cost) in travel demand forecasting models are determined. The investigation of existing models is carried out in order to provide insight into their strong points and shortcomings. The model is characterized as a market segmentation model. This is a consequence of the strengths of disaggregation and its natural evolution to a usable aggregate formulation. The need for this approach both pedagogically and mathematically is discussed. In addition this volume contains two appendices which should prove useful to the non-specialist in the area.
University of Virginia, CharlottesvilleCenter for Transportation Studies, P.O. Box 400742
Charlottesville, VA United States 22904-4742
- JACOBSON, I D
- Publication Date: 1978-8
- Pagination: 151 p.
- TRT Terms: Air transportation; Demand; Economic forecasting; Forecasting; Marketing; Mathematical models; Mathematical prediction; Travel demand
- Subject Areas: Aviation; Data and Information Technology; Economics; Passenger Transportation; Planning and Forecasting;
- Accession Number: 00186515
- Record Type: Publication
- Source Agency: National Technical Information Service
- Report/Paper Numbers: NASA-CR-157402 Final Rpt., UVA/528148/MAE78/101
- Contract Numbers: NSG-7266
- Files: TRIS
- Created Date: Feb 27 1979 12:00AM