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Master's Thesis from the year 2014 in the subject Business economics - Miscellaneous, grade: 1,0, University of Applied Sciences Wildau (Wildau Institute of Technology), course: AVIMA 12 - Airport Management, language: English, abstract: The aim of this thesis is to investigate the latest challenges and trends in airport retail using the practical example of Copenhagen Airport. Driven by the steadily increasing cost pressure on European airports, operators need to develop new sources of revenue. The greatest po-tential in generating additional revenue to combine reasonable income with high profitability can be found in the non-aviation sector, particularly in the travel retail segment. The re-search, however, revealed that airport retail is not always a fast-selling item. The market experiences extensive challenges driven by advanced airline retail activities or online sales developments.In order to face the recent challenges, the importance of commercial revenues for airport operators needs to be evaluated firstly. Moreover, characteristics and specialties of travel retail have to be analyzed. Based on that, the thesis explores some of the key factors, such as market trends, economical changes and technical developments, which are leading to an ever-challenging environment for airport retail managers. Finally, the research paper aims at elaborating resulting challenges and future opportunities by providing new ideas and solutions in optimizing airport retail for European airports in general and Copenhagen Airport in particular. To conclude the master's thesis, a summary is presented reviewing all findings.The overall research results reveal that Copenhagen Airport's retail philosophy has adapted to the dynamic changes in the airport retail segment. However, there remains significant room for further improvement in order to combat future challenges on the travel retail mar-ket. Furthermore, my results and recommendations can be transferred to the benefit of other airport retail managements as well.
Aviation versus Environment? Late public discussion of this issue did not even put a questionmark. The suspected vast effects of air traffic on global environmental problems such as climate change or ozone layer depletion led to an urgent demand for both practical solutions and a political framework for the conduct of airports and airlines. This book contains the expertise of environmental organisations, politicians, airline and airport managers who discussed these issues on the second Hamburg Aviation Conference, held on February 17 - 19, 1999. Taking into account the environmental and economic needs for air traffic, the conference was a stage for a constructive debate between aviation business and environmentalists and showed a broad range of measures in regard of environmental problems linked with aviation.
This book presents an analysis of why some large infrastructure projects are delayed or compromised and offers important insights into the better delivery of future projects. It provides an important reaction to the ambitious EUR315 billion investment plan devised by the European Commission, wherein Europe's infrastructure is a key investment target. Germany is adopted as a focus, as Europe's largest economy, and a nation that has seen significant delays and tensions in the delivery of key infrastructure projects. The contributions to this volume demonstrate various patterns for infrastructure assets and illustrate how factors such as poor project governance, early planning mistakes, inappropriate risk management and unforeseen technological challenges influence delivery. The in-depth case studies on the Berlin Brandenburg Airport, the Hamburg Elbphilharmonie, and offshore wind parks show how project delivery can face massive problems, and illuminating solutions are offered to these problems. Overall, the case of Germany also offers the opportunity to assess various new forms of project delivery, such as public-private partnerships (PPP), and the risks and opportunities of ambitious first-mover 'pioneer' projects. The book will be of great interest for scholars and upper-level students of human geography, business and management, as well as policy makers.
Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,0, University of Applied Sciences Wildau (Institute of Technology), language: English, abstract: The air transport industry is despite all challenges a continuously growing sector. The World Bank publishes registered airlines departures every year: In 2012 3.3 times more planes departed than in 1975 and still 1.4 times more than in the year 2000. It is out of question that this rapid increase of aircraft movements of today more than 30 million per year (table 1) had and will have effects on the surrounding areas of airports. ICAO even predicts the number to rise up to 50 million by the year 2030 with many new airport facilities needed. In Germany the 'Frankfurt Startbahn West 18' construction in the 1980's was one of the most negative experiences with protests against airport extensions. Up to 120,000 people were demonstrating for more than 10 years. Two police men were shot and seven injured on one demonstration in 1987 after the runway was already operating for three years. This tragic event but also the ongoing protests around the world show the need of improving airport expansion strategies and interaction with the society. This paper will therefore illustrate the positive and negative impacts of airport operations on the society. Further, using the example of Frankfurt Airport, the social responsibility of an airport will be described and possible solutions and opportunities to reduce conflicts will be brought up. Thereby sustainability of airports includes fields like economic profitability, operational safety, environmental responses to air operation impacts and the regional society. Social responsibility can be defined as 'the obligation of an organization's management towards the welfare and interests of the society in which it operates.'
Today's interconnected, information-hungry world demands 24/7 access to information. In order to sate this need, applications such as those found in airport and conference kiosks, and devices such as those found in the mobile, gaming, and medical industries afford consumers data access no matter the location. However the need to process sometimes significant amounts of data through these devices can present a problem; availability cannot come at a tradeoff for performance. Furthermore, the facilities for storing and processing this data must be not only lightweight but also very reliable. One of the most prominent solutions for managing data found in such applications and devices is db4o, the open source object database native to the Java and .NET platforms. Highly reliable and scalable, db4o cuts down on both development time and system by smoothly integrating into the system, cutting out the otherwise costly object-relational mapping typical of larger applications. The result is a product used by organizations around the globe, including Boeing, BMW, BOSCH, and Novell. The Definitive Guide to db4o is the first book to comprehensively cover this project in detail. Readers are briefed on all of the topics necessary to begin using it in production environments, including installation and configuration, querying and managing objects, performing transactions, and data replication. Newcomers to the topic aren't forgotten, as early chapters are devoted to object database fundamentals, in addition to technical considerations and migration strategies. Complete with numerous C# and Java examples, readers will be able to follow along with the examples regardless of their chosen language. TOC:Introduction.- Object oriented concepts.- Comparing object and relational data models.- ODBMS Basics.- Quick Start.- Querying Objects.- Working with Objects.- Client-Server Mode.- Transactions.- Configurations.- Replication.- The Reflector Concept.- Pluggable File I/O.- From RDBMS to OODBMS (Migration Strategies).- Technical considerations employing db4o.- Business-Case db4o.- Appendix.- Mastering the Object Manager.- .NET / Mono issues (MS Strategy of ODBMS, MS Vista, PDC, etc.).- Links and References.
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