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- 2Kim, A. M.
- 2Ryerson, M. S.
- 1Megan Ryerson would like to thank Daniel Suh and Max Li of the University of Pennsylvania for their assistance with data collection and visualization.
- 1The authors would like to thank Qian Fu for her work in a preliminary literature gathering effort, Daniel Suh for helping to generate Table 1, and to Edmonton Airports for supporting a literature review of airport competition in 2012.
- 2United States
- 1Airport Competition
- 1Airport Market Leakage
- 1Airport Passenger Choice
- 1Airport Passenger Markets
- 1Airport Planning
A drive for better air service: How air service imbalances across neighboring regions integrate air and highway demandsDownload
Between 2000-2010, newly merged U.S. airlines decreased service to airports in small and midsized metropolitan regions, opting to consolidate their operations at high-value airport hubs (passenger transfer points). At this point travelers living in small and mid-sized regions likely began...
Airport passenger leakage is the phenomenon of air travelers foregoing their local airport to access large hub airports with better flight options and airfares. Interregional passenger leakage has not received extensive attention from the research community; this review was conducted in light of...