The first complete resource on the management of air transportation systems written by a recognized authority, this how-to guide provides a general overview of how these corporations function, explaining the rationales and forces moving all decision makers and employees involved. Written at a non-technical level, the book presents data on various management structures, techniques, and problems within the industry, both in the United States and abroad. This comprehensive guide covers government regulation, finance, equipment, technology, aircraft costs, large and small airlines, passenger and cargo systems, and more.
- Hardback | 240 pages
- 157.2 x 236.7 x 17.3mm | 452.86g
- 01 Aug 1991
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
I. THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE AIR TRANSPORT INDUSTRY. 1. Introduction and History. 2. The Domestic Air Transport Industry Structure. 3. The International Air Transport Industry Structure. II. DESCRIPTION OF THE AIR TRANSPORT INDUSTRY. 4. Organizations and Management. 5. Marketing. 6. Operations. 7. Planning. 8. Equipment Selection. 9. Finance. 10. Determining the Financial Condition of an Airline. III. CURRENT ISSUES AND PROBLEMS IN AIR TRANSPORTATION. 11. Economics. 12. Cargo. 13. Trends. 14. Entrepreneurialism. Additional Books on Air Transportation. Index. Common Terms.