Japan’s MLIT plans to contract out airport management
Japan’s Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT), in a draft report, stated the rationalisation and reform of management of the 27 government-managed airports in Japan is to be made by FY2020. As part of this, during the phase one period, or the five years from FY2014, it is planned to contract out management of as many airports as possible. [1507 words]
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- What airport management ought to be
- Wasteful projects
- Japan’s profitable budget airlines
- Japan needs secondary level airports
Graphs and data:
- Table: TIATC financial highlights for the 12 months ended 31-Mar-2011 (all figures USD million)
- Chart 1: Tokyo Haneda Airport international vs. domestic capacity (seats) share (25-Jul-2011 to 31-Jul-2011)
- Chart 2: Tokyo Haneda Airport capacity per week, to/from) by carrier (25-Jul-2011 to 31-Jul-2011)
- Chart 3: Tokyo Haneda Airport capacity (seats) share by carrier type (25-Jul-2011 to 31-Jul-2011)
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