The rapid growth of the aviation industry, propelled by catalysts like Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization has in recent years given a major fillip to the global economy in terms of facilitating international trade, generating employment, foreign exchange earnings, and prosperity from tourism, industrial growth and technological development. The potential market for air transport has shown signs of a strong global resurgence, with the Asia Pacific region's performance far exceeding the world average growtha.with India and China being projected as the hottest growth sectors.The Indian aviation industry has shown impressive growth, contributing 1.0%, 8.0% and 69% share at the global, Asia Pacific and South Asian regional levels respectively. Key players such as Boeing, Airbus Industrie, ACI, IATA and ICAO envisage that India will touch 100 million passengers by 2010. Meanwhile, the Indian Government has responded suitably, inter alia by encouraging private sector participation in the development of the civil aviation sector. Over ten chapters, this informative book elucidates all the concepts fundamental to the management of air transport, illuminating the factors key to operational, infrastructural and public policy in the development of air transport.Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), (2000), The Economic Benefits of Air Transport, US. 3. ... J, Airport Infrastructure Managing for Growth and Efficiency, - Paper Presented at the World Bank Symposium, ... Daniels J.D aamp; L.H. Radebaugh (2000), International Business:- Environments and Operations, 9th Edition, New York, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Fundamentals of Air Transport Management|
|Publisher||:||Excel Books India - 2006|