G.A.R.S. Workshop Worms 2016

29th/30th March 2016
Current issues of aviation economics and policy, Workshop organised in cooperation with Worms University of Applied Sciences

Workshop Final Programme

Air Transport Forecasting in Dynamic Markets
Benedikt Mandel, MKmetric, Karlsruhe

“AEOLUS – Aviation Forecasting in the Netherlands until 2050”
Stefan Grebe, Significance Quantitative Research, The Hague, Netherlands
Presentation

Measuring Competition Intensity and Product Differentiation: Evidence from the Airline Industry
Benny Mantin, University of Waterloo, Canada
Presentation

Review of the Analysis framework to estimate the impact of aviation to regional development
Dimitrios Dimitriou, Maria Sartzetaki, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

A CGE analysis of the economic impact of air transport liberalisation
Eric Njoya, University of Huddersfield, UK

The Global ATM Modernisation. SES Performance Framework, Master Planning and transition to deployment in Europe.
Andrea Ranieri, SESAR JU
Presentation

Reform of Economic Regulation of ATC – Some preliminary ideas
Hans-Martin Niemeier, UAS Bremen
Presentation

ATC Reform and regulation
Thorsten Wehe, gdf
Presentation

Key challenges to reform the ATM framework in tourist destinations: the case of Greece
Dimitrios Dimitriou, Maria Sartzetaki and Stylianos Zandanidis, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece

Airport Investment under Full and Light Handed Regulation
Peter Forsyth, Monash University, Australia
Presentation

The evaluation of delay costs in aviation
Felix Reimann, UAS Bremen
Presentation

Airport Regulation in Germany – An academic view
Frank Fichert, University of Applied Sciences Worms
Presentation

Regulation of Airport Charges in Germany – An Airline View
Alexander Holzrichter, Deutsche Lufthansa AG

Air travel banks: A public-private partnership approach to air services development at smaller airports”
Richard Klophaus, University of Applied Sciences Worms
Presentation

Measuring performance and profitability of regional European airports and implications for financial break even
Jürgen Müller, Berlin School of Economics
Presentation