1. bookVolume 17 (2016): Issue 2 (June 2016)
Journal Details
First Published
20 Mar 2000
Publication timeframe
4 times per year
Open Access

Role of Air Cargo and Road Feeder Services for Regional Airports – Case Studies from the Baltic Sea Region

Published Online: 06 May 2016
Volume & Issue: Volume 17 (2016) - Issue 2 (June 2016)
Page range: 87 - 99
Journal Details
First Published
20 Mar 2000
Publication timeframe
4 times per year

1. Bailey, E., Graham, D.R., Kaplan, D.P. (1985) Deregulating the Airlines. Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press.Search in Google Scholar

2. Barrett, S.D. (2000) Airport competition in the deregulated European aviation market. Journal of Air Transport Management, 6 (1), pp. 13-27.10.1016/S0969-6997(99)00018-6Search in Google Scholar

3. Bauer, P. (1987) Airline Hubs: A Study of Determining Factors & Effects. Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Economic Review, vol. 23, no. 4, pp. 13-19.Search in Google Scholar

4. Beifert, A. (2015) Business Development Models for Regional Airports - Case Studies from the Baltic Sea Region. Journal of Security and Sustainability, Issues, 5, pp. 199−212.10.9770/jssi.2015.5.2(6)Search in Google Scholar

5. Boonekamp, T. (2014) Network quality and catchment area analysis in the air cargo industry. SEO Economic Research. Amsterdam.Search in Google Scholar

6. Bootsma, P.D. (1997) Airline flight schedule development; analysis and design tools for European hinterland hubs, Utrecht, University of Twente.Search in Google Scholar

7. Bottler, S. (2006) Truck statt Turbine. Verkehrs-Rundschau 36, pp. 46-49.Search in Google Scholar

8. Burghouwt, G., Redondi, R. (2013) Connectivity in Air Transport Networks: An Assessment of Models and Applications, Journal of Transport Economics and Policy (JTEP), Volume 47, Number 1, January 2013, pp. 35-53(19).Search in Google Scholar

9. Burghouwt, G., Veldhuis, J. (2006) The competitive position of hub airports in the Transatlantic market. Journal of Air Transportation, 11(1): 1071-30.Search in Google Scholar

10. Crabtree, T., Hoang, T., Edgar, J. (2015) World Air Cargo Forecast 2014-2015. Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Seatle.Search in Google Scholar

11. Dennis, N. (1994) Airline hub operations in Europe. Journal of Transport Geography, 2:4, pp. 219-233.10.1016/0966-6923(94)90047-7Search in Google Scholar

12. Derigs, U., Kurowsky, R., Vogel, U. (2013) A Solving a real-world vehicle routing problem with multiple use of tractors and trailers and EU-regulations for drivers arising in air cargo road feeder services. European Journal of Operational Research, 213 (2011), pp. 309-319.Search in Google Scholar

13. Doganis, R. (2001) The airline business in the twenty first century. Routledge, New York.Search in Google Scholar

14. Freye, H., Steiger, D. (2004) Konzentration der Luftfracht - wo hat sie stattgefunden? Fraunhofer ILM, Aviainform, Frankfurt.Search in Google Scholar

15. Fewings, R. (1999) Provision of European airport infrastructure. Avmark Aviation Economist, July 1999, pp. 18-20.Search in Google Scholar

16. Gardiner, J., Humphreys, I., & Ison, S. (2005) Factors influencing cargo airlines’ choice of airport: An international survey, Journal of Air Transport Management, 11(6), pp. 393-399.Search in Google Scholar

17. Grandjot, H-H., Roessler, I. (2007) Air Cargo Guideline, Munich, pp. 86-88, 271.Search in Google Scholar

18. Ihde, G.B. (2001) Transport, Verkehr, Logistik. Munich: Vahlen.Search in Google Scholar

19. Heinitz, F., Hirschberger, M., & Werstat, C. (2013) The role of road transport in scheduled air cargo networks. 2nd Conference of Transportation Research Group of India (2nd CTRG), Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 104 (2013), pp. 1198 - 1207.Search in Google Scholar

20. Hesse, M., Rodrigue, J.P. (2004) The transport geography of logistics and freight distribution. Journal of Transport Geography,12, pp. 171-184.10.1016/j.jtrangeo.2003.12.004Search in Google Scholar

21. Horst, M. (2006) The role of German regional airports in logistics networks. PhD Dissertation, Molde.Search in Google Scholar

22. Hübl, L., Hohls-Hübl, U., Wegener, B., Schaffner, J. (2001) Hannover Airport - Ein Impulsgeber für die Region. Beiträge zur regionalen Entwicklung, Heft Nr. 84. Hannover: Kommunalverband Großraum, Hannover.Search in Google Scholar

23. Kasarda, J.D., Green, J.D. (2005) Air cargo as an economic development engine: A note on opportunities and constraints. Journal of Air Transport Management, 11, pp. 459-462.10.1016/j.jairtraman.2005.06.002Search in Google Scholar

24. Kupfer, F., Goos, P., Kessels, R., Van de Voorde, E., Verhetsel, A. (2011) The Airport Choices in the Air Cargo Sector - A Discrete Choice Analysis of Freighter Operations, European Transport Conference 2011, Glasgow.Search in Google Scholar

25. Magalhães, L., REIS, V., Macário, R. (2013) Airport Flexibility: A First Glimpse On The External Factors. 13th World Conference on Transport Research, Rio de Janeiro.Search in Google Scholar

26. Matsumoto, H. Veldhuis, J., de Wit, J., Burghouwt, G. (2008) Network performance, hub connectivity potential, and competitive position of primary airports in Asia/Pacific region. Air Transport Research Society Conference, June 2008, Athens.Search in Google Scholar

27. Morrison, S., Winston, C. (1986) The Economic Effect of Airline Deregulation. Washington, D.C.: Brookings Institution.Search in Google Scholar

28. De Neufville, R. (2008) Low-Cost Airports for Low-Cost Airlines: Flexible Design to Manage the Risks. Transportation Planning and Technology. Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 35-68.10.1080/03081060701835688Search in Google Scholar

29. O’Connor, William (2001) An introduction to airline economics, 6th edition, Praeger Publishers, Westport (United States), p. 162.Search in Google Scholar

30. Reynolds-Feighan, A., McLay, P. (2006) Accessibility and attractiveness of European airports: a simple small community perspective. Journal of Air Transport Management, (12): pp.313-323.10.1016/j.jairtraman.2006.07.009Search in Google Scholar

31. Reis, V., Macário, R. (2009) Spectrum of competitiveness of passenger airlines on air cargo market. Air Transport Research Society Conference, 27-30 June, Abu Dhabi.Search in Google Scholar

32. Rietveld, P., Brons, M. (2001) Quality of hub-and-spoke networks; the effects of timetable coordination on waiting time and rescheduling time, Journal of Air Transport Management, 7, pp. 241-249.Search in Google Scholar

33. Shuchi, S; Drogemuller, R; Kleinschmidt, T. (2012) Flexible Airport Terminal Design: Towards a Framework. Proceedings of the IIE Asian Conference 2012, Furama Riverfront Hotel, Singapore, pp. 348-356.Search in Google Scholar

34. Schöfer, J., Seeck, S. (2005) Vertikale strategische Partnerschaften als Erfolgsfaktor in der Luftfracht. Internationales Verkehrswesen. May (57), pp. 196-200.Search in Google Scholar

35. Schüller, M. (2003) Wettbewerbsvorteile durch Supply Chain Management. Neue Märkte für Cargo Airlines. Internationales Verkehrswesen. October (55), pp. 483-484.Search in Google Scholar

36. Stake, R. E. (1995) The Art of Case Study Research, Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks: California.Search in Google Scholar

37. Starkie, D. (2002) Airport regulation and competition, Journal of Air Transport Management, 8, pp. 63-72.Search in Google Scholar

38. Sugiyantoa, G., Santosaa, P.B., Wibowoa, A, Santib, M.Y. (2015) Analysis of hub-and-spoke airport networks in Java Island, based on cargo volume and freight ratio, The 5th International Conference of Euro Asia Civil Engineering Forum (EACEF-5), Procedia Engineering 125 (2015), pp. 556 - 563.Search in Google Scholar

39. Taylor, M., Hallsworth, A. (2000) Power relations and market transformation in the transport sector: the example of the courier service industry. Journal of Transport Geography, (8), pp. 237-47.10.1016/S0966-6923(00)00014-4Search in Google Scholar

40. Terhorst, R. (1992) Das Modell eines Frachtflughafens und sein Beitrag zur logistischen Optimierung der Luftfrachttransportkette. PhD dissertation.Search in Google Scholar

41. Turney, R. (2003) Virtual Airports. Air Cargo World, December (93), pp.15-17.Search in Google Scholar

42. Urbatzka, E., Wilken, D. (2004) Future airport capacity utilisation in Germany: Peaked congestion and/or idle capacity. Journal of Air Transportation, Vol. 9, No. 2, pp.111-132.Search in Google Scholar

43. Vahrenkamp, R. (2003) Der Gütertransport im internationalen Luftverkehr. Internationales Verkehrswesen. March (55), pp. 71-75.Search in Google Scholar

44. Veldhuis, J. (1997) The competitive position of airline networks. Journal of Air Transport Management, 3(4): 181-188.10.1016/S0969-6997(97)86169-8Search in Google Scholar

45. Veldhuis, J., Kroes, E. (2002) Dynamics in relative network performance of the main European hub airports. European Transport Conference, Cambridge.Search in Google Scholar

46. White, L., J. (1979) "Economies of Scale and the Question of "National Monopoly" in the Airline Industry," Journal of Air Law and Commerce, vol. 44, no. 3, pp. 545-573.Search in Google Scholar

47. Wei, S., Yanji, M. (2006) Hub-and-Spoke System in Air Transportation and Its Implications to Regional Economic Development-A Case Study of United States, Chinese Geographical Science, 2006 16(3), pp. 211-216.Search in Google Scholar

48. Wu, C., Han, J., Hayashi, Y. (2011) Airport Attractiveness Analysis through a Gravity Model: A Case Study of Chubu International Airport in Japan, Proceedings of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies, Vol.8.Search in Google Scholar

49. Yin, R. K. (2009) Case Study Research: Design and Methods, Sage Publications: London 2009, p. 2.Search in Google Scholar

50. Zondag, W.J. (2006) Competing for air cargo - a qualitative analysis of competitive rivalry in the air cargo industry, Master Thesis, Free University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam.Search in Google Scholar

51. Air Transport Research Society (2015) “2015 ATRS Benchmarking Report” (ATRS, 2015): http://www.atrsworld.org/docs/Key%20Findings%20of%20%202015%20ATRS%20Benchmarking.pdf (access: January 2016)Search in Google Scholar

52. Boeing (2015) “World Air Cargo Forecast 2014-2015”: http://www.boeing.com/resources/boeingdotcom/commercial/about-our-market/cargo-market-detailwacf/download-report/assets/pdfs/wacf.pdf (access: January 2016)Search in Google Scholar

53. Copenhagen Airport (2016) Air cargo statistics of Copenhagen Airport (CPH, 2016): https://www.cph.dk/en/about-cph/b2b/airline-sales/cargo1/trafikstatistik/ (access: January 2016)Search in Google Scholar

54. Baltic.AirCargo.Net (2014) INTERREG IVB Programme, Baltic Sea Region 2007-2013, ERDF Funds (BACN, 2014): http://www.balticaircargo.net (access: December 2015) Search in Google Scholar

55. Parchim Airport: http://www.parchim-airport.com/en/html/index.asp (access: January 2016)Search in Google Scholar

56. Tampere Airport: https://www.finavia.fi/en/tampere-pirkkala/ (access: January 2016)Search in Google Scholar

57. Structural business statistics at regional level (Eurostat, 2016): http://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statisticsexplained/index.php/Structural_business_statistics_at_regional_level (Access: January 2016) Search in Google Scholar

58. EU Commission (2014) Competition Policy Brief on the New State aid rules for a competitive aviation industry, Competition Directorate-General of the European Commission, BrusselsSearch in Google Scholar

59. EU Commission (2005) Community Guidelines on Financing of Airports and Start-up aid to Airlines departing from Regional Airports. Brussels: European Commission (2005/C 312/ 01)Search in Google Scholar

60. IATA (2000). Global Airport Connectivity Monitor. IATA - Hague Consulting GroupSearch in Google Scholar

61. US Congress (1978) Airline Deregulation Act of 1918, PUBLIC LAW 95-504-OCT. 24, 1978Search in Google Scholar

Recommended articles from Trend MD

Plan your remote conference with Sciendo