A Comparison of National and Local Airport Management
This chapter aims to address the following issues. First, do national or local airports set lower airport fee? Second, which type of airport undertakes more activities to reduce costs? Finally, which management type is socially preferable? In order to address these problems, this chapter assumes two substitute airports. Each airport locates in the city which has different number of passengers. As a result, this chapter demonstrates that depending on the number of passenger in each city, the comparison results change.
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