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High-technology employment and hub airports

Kenneth Button, Somik Lall, Roger Stough and Mark Trice

Journal of Air Transport Management, 1999, vol. 5, issue 1, 53-59

Abstract: Deregulation of the US domestic air transport market in 1978 brought significant benefits to air travelers. The scheduled airlines have been given the freedom to improve their efficiency through being able to adopt efficient network strategies and more effective operating practices. This study examines empirically the advantages enjoyed by those passengers having access to a major hub airport. These often include more direct services, more frequent services and a wider range of interconnecting destinations. We seek to examine the benefits that local urban areas enjoy as the result of a major airline selecting the region as the fulcrum point for its hub-and-spoke services.

Date: 1999
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