Advances in Airline Economics

Advances in Airline Economics provides a comprehensive overview of the current state of the airline industry. The series is a source for in depth analysis, presented in chapters that focus on an overarching topic per issue. Each issue constitutes a stand-alone book that includes chapters that take differing approaches toward the same topic.

This series includes research on the topics of empirical and theoretical analysis of airline labor issues, air cargo express service, airport privatisation, regulation of aircraft pollution emissions, airport and airline safety, air transport service in developing countries, aircraft financing, multimodal supply chains, airline operations efficiency, and economics of airport retail service.

All contributions to Advances in Airline Economics are indexed in EconLit.

Associate Editors:

  • John Bitzan, North Dakota State University (North America)
  • Kevin Cullinane, University of Gothenburg (Europe)
  • Xiaowen Fu, The University of Sydney (Asia Pacific)

Board of Editors:

  • Volodymyr Bilotkach, Newcastle University
  • Jan K. Brueckner, University of California, Irvine;
  • Martin Dresner, University of Maryland;
  • David Gillen, University of British Columbia;
  • Timothy J. Hazledine, University of Auckland;
  • Marc Ivaldi, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole;
  • Theodore E. Keeler, University of California, Berkeley;
  • B. Starr McMullen, Oregon State University;
  • Steven Morrison, Northeastern University;
  • Claudio Piga, Keele University;
  • Nicholas G. Rupp, East Carolina University;
  • Ian Savage, Northwestern University;
  • Wayne Talley, Old Dominion University;
  • Wesley W. Wilson, University of Oregon.

To submit a proposal to this series, please contact the series editor via email:

James H. Peoples, Jr
University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee, USA

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