A Decision-Makers Guide to Public Private Partnerships in Airports [electronic resource].Material type: TextPublisher: London : Routledge, 2019Description: 1 online resource (279 p.)ISBN: 9781000759235; 1000759237; 9780429294556; 0429294557; 9781000759853; 1000759857; 9781000759549; 1000759547Subject(s): ARCHITECTURE / Project Management | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Infrastructure | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Project Management | Airports -- Economic aspects | Public-private sector cooperationDDC classification: 387.7/360684 LOC classification: HE9797.4.E3Online resources: Taylor & Francis | OCLC metadata license agreement
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Glossary; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Mythbusters; "PPP is free money"; "Don't bother with bidding, just select a good operator and go; it is much faster and cheaper"; "The private sector is always more efficient than the public sector"; "PPP is all about getting more financing"; "PPP financing is cheaper"; "Airport PPP is only for rich countries"; "PPP is only for big airports"; "In time of need, sell the family jewels"; "The myth of the hospital pass"
"The airport authority should enter into a whole series of arrangements, including the PPP, to maintain control and maximise its benefits""Build it and they will come"; "Leave well enough alone"; "It's all about airports"; "It has nothing to do with the airport" a.k.a. "It's just a shopping mall with airplanes"; "It will be a hub"; "It will be a cargo hub"; "It will be a low cost carrier airport"; "Airports compete with each other"; "We will attract MROs (maintenance, repair, and overhaul facilities)"; "You have to have a minimum level of traffic to use PPP"
"Flying is for rich people, so public funds should not be invested in airports""Building an airport will develop the region"; 1.2 Key issues; 2 World trends in air transport; 2.1 The LCC model; 2.2 Airport adaptation to LCCs; 2.3 Legacy carriers; 2.4 The future of the charter business; 2.5 Airlines' vertical integration at airports; 3 The business of airports; 3.1 Revenues; 3.1.1 Aeronautical revenues; 3.1.2 Non-aeronautical revenues; 3.2 Aircraft-related fees and charges; 3.2.1 Landing fees; 3.2.2 Aircraft parking fees; 3.2.3 Boarding bridge fees; 3.2.4 Terminal Navigation Charge (TNC)
3.3 Passenger-related fees and charges3.3.1 Passenger Service Charge (PSC); 3.3.2 Security fee; 3.3.3 Specific development fees; 3.4 Non-aeronautical revenues around the world; 3.5 Costs; 3.5.1 Operating costs; 3.5.2 Capital expenditure; (i) Investments related to compliance; (ii) Investments derived from deferred maintenance; (iii) Investments related to expansion of facilities; 3.6 Revenue and cost drivers; 3.7 Demand/traffic; 3.8 Other issues; 3.9 Government support; 3.9.1 Funded products; 3.9.2 Contingent products; 3.9.3 Project development funds; 4 Airport planning; 4.1 Strategy
4.2 Associated infrastructure4.3 Traffic forecasting; 4.4 Master planning; 4.5 Consultation; 5 Air transport regulation; 5.1 The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO); 5.1.1 ICAO objectives; 5.1.2 Airport development and planning; 5.1.3 ICAO compliance; 5.2 International Air Transport Association (IATA); 5.2.1 Services; 5.2.2 Airport Development Reference Manual (ADRM); 5.2.3 IATA's enhancement and financing services (E&F); 5.3 Market access and air service agreements; 5.3.1 Bilateral air service agreements; Liberalisation; 5.3.2 Multilateral air service agreements (MASAs)
Multilateral Agreement on the Liberalization of International Air Transportation (MALIAT)
Airport development is critical to economic growth and poverty reduction.This book will help decision-makers assess whether Public Private Partnerships (PPP) might be aviable option to meet theirairport development requirements. It walks the reader through the airport PPP process, from early preparation to bringing the project to market and managing the project during implementation. The book will help eradicate misconceptions about the role of the private sector in airport infrastructure. A Decision-Makers Guide to Public Private Partnerships in Airports provides an essential guide for those in a position to make decisions linked to airport development, to their advisers, their staff and also to students wishing to understand airport PPP.
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