Demand Management


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Demand Management
1011102Demand ManagementDemand management refers to any set of administrative or economic measures and regulations aimed at constraining the demand for access to a busy airfield and/or at modifying the temporal characteristics of such demand. It is practiced extensively at major airports throughout the world, but its use in the United States is limited.The available approaches to airport demand management can be subdivided into three categories: purely administrative, purely economic, and hybrids, that is, combinations of the other two. The fundamental justification for the last two categories is that they allow economics and market-based mechanisms to play a role in determin…
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Dr. Richard de Neufville; Dr. Amedeo R. Odoni; Dr. Peter P. Belobaba; Dr. Tom G. Reynolds: Airport Systems: Planning, Design, and Management, Second Edition. Demand Management, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2013), AccessEngineering Export