- Strategic issues
- Logistics and air cargo
- Forecasting methods and revenue management
- Finance and economics
- Intermodal transport topics
- Environmental issues
- Air transport policy and regulation
- Aviation law
- Macroeconomic issues
- Network planning, slot allocation, scheduling
- Air traffic control
- Airport planning and management
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The airline industry is one of the most competitive industries worldwide. Globalisation leads to further dynamic growth in the industry; at the same time, the growing trend towards deregulation forces managers to question traditional practices and to search for new responses and new management tools.
It is important to offer executives and academics an international forum to analyse and discuss current developments in air transportation. The objective of IJAM is to address current issues in the field of aviation management, linking research and practice and stimulating interaction between the two.Readership
- Researchers and academics in the field of aviation management and related fields
- Managers and policymakers in the aviation industry including airlines, airports and air traffic control
- Executives in government regulatory and other bodies
Articles report on current findings of research in the field of aviation management. Findings may result from empirical observation. IJAM includes research papers, book reviews, commentary and shorter viewpoint pieces. Special issues devoted to important topics in aviation management will occasionally be published.
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Editor in Chief
- Clark, Patti J., Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University – Worldwide, USA
- Lee, Yeong Heok, Korea Aerospace University, South Korea
Regional Editor North America
- Tomlinson, Jon, University of Northwestern Ohio, USA
- Bieger, Thomas, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
North American Editor
- Charles, Richard A., Arizona State University, USA
South American Editor
- Gayer, Carlos Federico, Universidad del Salvador, Argentina
Editorial Board Members
- Bates, Paul R., Griffith University , Australia
- Becker, Björn, Lufthansa Cargo AG, Germany
- Fay, Christoph, Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Germany
- Gleich, Ronald, EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht i. Gr., Germany
- Knorr, Andreas, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, Germany
- Linz, Marco, EBS University, Germany
- Nettey, Isaac Richmond, Kent State University, USA
- Niemeier, Hans-Martin, University of Applied Sciences, Germany
- Petrin, Donald A., Purdue University, USA
- Singh, Satyendra, Academy of Business and Emerging Markets and University of Winnipeg, Canada
- Vasigh, Bijan, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, USA
- Wittmer, Andreas, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland
- Yip, Tsz Leung, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong SAR, China
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