"Airport Marketing" examines the new management vision of airport marketing in the post-September 11th environment, presenting in-depth analysis of current airport management practices for both aviation and non-aviation-related activities. The 'aviation-related activities' section covers how an airport as a company develops its own marketing relationship with carriers and, in a broader sense, with all actors within the air transport pipeline, with the aim of increasing the number of intermediate clients consistent with its chosen positioning. The 'non-aviation-related' section by contrast, focuses on how best-in-class airports have been developing new powers of attraction to customers in their regions, well beyond the simple concept of airport retailing, by use of the so-called 'commercial airport' model. Finally, the impact of September 11th is shown in terms of increased security measures and the future of the aviation industry as a whole. An analysis of worldwide airport industry is provided in the final chapter. "Airport Marketing" is essential reading for airport managers, government agencies, airlines, consultants, contributors, advisors and sub-contractors to this industry, as well as both undergraduate and graduate level aviation students.Über den Autor:
David Jarach is Professor of Service Management and Marketing at Bocconi University, and Professor of Air Transport Marketing at SDA Bocconi Graduate School of Business, both in Milan, Italy, where he also teaches MA and MBA courses on marketing issues. He is also Visiting Professor at Toulouse Business School, Aerospace MBA, France. He has published two books, 15 academic articles (two of which recently appeared on the Journal of Air Transport Management) and he is a regular contributor to the main Italian newspapers on air transport issues. He is advisor to many Italian aviation entities and a member of the Executive Committee of the Air Transport Research Society (ATRS).
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