"The Centre has provided a much-needed update on airport
privatisation. CAPA's study explores many of the new trends in
privatisation including the development of low cost terminals and the
dilemma of some airports which seek private investment, but fail to
attract interest in the marketplace. This study is a useful document
for my own work in airport economics, and I recommend it as a
resource for aviation industry stakeholders" - Paul Behnke, Airports Council International
Key benefits of this management report:
- In depth updates on airport privatisation status in over 61 countries
- Insights into where the next airport privatisation opportunities will be
- Easy to read format and extensive detail
Hot issues covered include:
- The changing nature of the airport investor;
- The new big players in airport investment;
- New methods of financing;
- Airlines investing in airports;
- Low cost airports and terminals;
- Emergence of the Aerotropolis or Airport City;
- Where are the investment opportunities?
Plus a global region-by-region, country-by-country guide to all airport privatisation activity in the last two years and anticipated developments.
This key management report is appropriate to airport managers, airlines, financiers, investors, construction companies, airport service providers, government officials, and lawyers.
THE MOST COMPREHENSIVE STUDY AVAILABLE
ON GLOBAL AIRPORT PRIVATISATION AND FINANCING!
Researched and written by David J Bentley, author of Global Airport Privatisation Edition 1 (2004) and The World Airport Privatisation Study (2000/2), which together were sold in 70 countries on all continents, also Airline Globalisation (2001); Airport Security - Counting the cost of contemporary terrorism (2003) and Financing Emerging Airlines (2004).
Note: Global Airport Privatisation is published electronically and delivered in pdf format.