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Airport Technology Management

  • Dietmar P. F. Moeller
Chapter

Abstract

Airports and airlines running their technology enhanced business within airports as unique entities and as a group of several and diverse stakeholders with the focus to guarantee cost-effective, on schedule, and safe civil air traffic. Thus, airport operators must conduct the necessary actions for a proactively airport technology management to minimize the potential for operational failures and facilitate collaboration between airport authorities, airlines, ground handling, and air traffic control within the airports. Moreover, airport operators have the managerial obligation to plan and forecast future airport operations to capitalize on revenue potential and enhance service and security quality.

Keywords

Short Turnaround Time Airport Authority Vehicle Management Flight Information Airport Operation 
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© Springer India 2013

Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Applied Stochastic and Operational ResearchClausthal University of Technology (TUC)Clausthal-ZellerfeldGermany

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