The break-up of BAA and the blocked takeover of Bratislava airport by the competing Vienna airport have brought the issue of airport competition to the top of the agenda for air transport policy in Europe. Airport Competition reviews the current state of the debate and asks whether airport competition is strong enough to effectively limit market power. It provides evidence on how travellers chose an airport, thereby altering its competitive position, and on how airports compete in different regions and markets. The book also discusses the main policy implications of mergers and subsidies.
Peter Forsyth, Monash University, Australia; David Gillen, University of British Columbia, Canada; Jurgen Muller, Berlin School of Economics, Germany and Hans-Martin Niemeier, University of Applied Sciences, Germany Peter Forsyth, David Gillen, Jurgen Muller, Hans-Martin Niemeier, Peter Morrell, Christiane Muller-Rostin, Hansjochen Ehmer, Ignaz Hannak, Plamena Ivanova, Eric Pels, Erik T. Verhoef, Kenneth Button, Peter Forsyth, Anne Graham, Daniel von Vuuren, Charles Ng, Piet Rietveld, Michael Tretheway, Ian Kincaid, Robert J. Andriulaitis, Stephane Hess, John W. Polak, Marc Gaudry, Robert Malina, Daniel Strobach, Andreas Papatheodorou, David Starkie, Zheng Lei, Edith Szivas, Hartmut Wolf, Aisling Reynolds-Feighan, Hans Kristoferitsch, Dan Elliott, Cornelia Templin, Peter Lewisch.