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A definitive resource on the planning, design, and management of airports.

Written by two Massachusetts Institute of Technology professors and internationally recognized airport expert consultants, Airport Systems Planning, Management and Design is certain to be a standard reference in the field. The book takes a systems-level view of the issues currently confronting airport managers, operators, and planners and suggests state-of-the-art, integrated approaches to such pressing airport concerns as: design of passenger terminals and airfields, expansion of facilities, management of traffic, mitigation of environmental impacts, financing of large-scale projects, and potential privatization of some or all airport functions.

Comprehensive and international in scope, Airport Systems Planning, Management and Design examines the complex relationships among the many elements of a modern airport. It also emphasizes the need for flexible planning and the importance of adopting solution approaches to local conditions. The authors illustrate concepts through numerous examples, many drawn from the authors' multi-faceted experience as consultants.

If you are looking for a reference that expertly covers the international airport field in its full complexity and many dimensions, this book is the answer.

Book Details:
Author:  Richard de Neufville, Amedeo Odoni
Hardcover:
883 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (October 8, 2002)
ISBN: 0071384774
Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds.
 

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A definitive resource on the planning, design, and management of airports.

Written by two Massachusetts Institute of Technology professors and internationally recognized airport expert consultants, Airport Systems Planning, Management and Design is certain to be a standard reference in the field. The book takes a systems-level view of the issues currently confronting airport managers, operators, and planners and suggests state-of-the-art, integrated approaches to such pressing airport concerns as: design of passenger terminals and airfields, expansion of facilities, management of traffic, mitigation of environmental impacts, financing of large-scale projects, and potential privatization of some or all airport functions.

Comprehensive and international in scope, Airport Systems Planning, Management and Design examines the complex relationships among the many elements of a modern airport. It also emphasizes the need for flexible planning and the importance of adopting solution approaches to local conditions. The authors illustrate concepts through numerous examples, many drawn from the authors' multi-faceted experience as consultants.

If you are looking for a reference that expertly covers the international airport field in its full complexity and many dimensions, this book is the answer.

Book Details:
Author:  Richard de Neufville, Amedeo Odoni
Hardcover:
883 pages
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional; 1 edition (October 8, 2002)
ISBN: 0071384774
Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds.
 

 

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