“Current Issues in Aviation” – Workshop prior to the European Aviation Conference

“Current Issues in Aviation” – Workshop prior to the European Aviation Conference
21st November 2012 – Berlin

Program

Presentations:

Do Switching Costs Moderate the Price Effect of Search Cost Reduction? Internet Use and Fares in the U.S. Airline Industry
Hwa Ryung Lee, University of Zurich – Presentation

Open Skies Policy – prospects and retrospect for Pakistani aviation Industry
Bassam Tariq Malik, CAA, Allama Iqbal International Airport Lahore

Dual Business Models as a Defensive Strategy for Full Service Airlines
Ian Douglas, UNSW, Sydney Australia – Presentation

Connectivity, Capacity and Consumer Benefits – A UK Perspective
James Wiltshire, Civil Aviation Authority UK – Presentation

Air Transport Liberalization, Frontier Regions and the Rediscovery of the Hinterland: The Case of Eastern Aegean Sea Islands in Greece
Andreas Papatheodorou, University of Aegean

Modelling the Connectivity of Canadian Airports
Tim Hazledine, University of Auckland – Presentation

The effect of merger on airline network development and fare competition: the case of Lufthansa
Zheng Lei, Cranfield University – Presentation

Route Choices and the Social Evaluation of Airline Mergers and Alliances
Achim Czerny, WHU − Otto Beisheim School of Management

The Good, the Bad and the Future: Economic Assessment of Airports and Air Transport Liberalisation
Peter Forsyth, Monash University / Hans-Martin Niemeier, Bremen UAS – Presentation

Some Thoughts about Aviation
Eckard Seebohm, European Commission – Presentation