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2014 CUTR Webcast Recording: The Florida Airports Council and the Center for Urban Transportation Research are pleased to present Introduction to Airport Economics. This is a special 1-hour online program was designed to introduce participants to the basics of airport financial activities. As an introductory course, this session is perfect for those new to airports and as a refresher for those who work in airport administration, finance, or properties departments. Participants will come away with a deeper understanding of how the money works at airports. Topics that will be covered in this session include: •Overview of the airport as an enterprise •Operating revenues and expenses •Budgeting, Reporting and Business Plans •Capital Funding The session was moderated by Michael Audino, a Se...
Dr. Vitaly Guzhva is an associate professor in Economics, Finance, & Information Systems at the Embry-Riddle Daytona Beach campus. He is an expert in Airline and Airport Finance, Investment Analysis, and Eastern European Banking System Financial Risk Management. For more information on our faculty experts: http://news.erau.edu?WT.mc_id=youtube-experts *ERAU places high value on faculty working with mass media on stories to help inform the general public as a public service in a representative democracy. This professional activity is as important to ERAU as traditional basic and applied research.
Cliff Ayozie The Federal Government has pledged to make judicious use of fund for the development of infrastructure. The Minister of Finance, Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala made the pledge during the inspection of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Terminal in Abuja under construction.
Navi Mumbai International Airport is a proposed greenfield international airport, to be built in the Kopra-Panvel area of the Mumbai Metropolitan Region. City and Industrial Development Corporation (CIDCO) is the nodal agency for the project which will be built through public–private partnership (PPP) on a 'design, build, finance, operate and transfer' (DBFOT) basis. The airport project, aimed at easing air traffic congestion at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, has been delayed due to property disputes. The project, spread over 1,160 hectares, still has 247 hectares left to be acquired that is being negotiated between the government and the project affected people (PAP) from five villages. They are yet to accept the government's compensation. CIDCO, however, floated a g...
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In this video, we break down the finances of our local airport.
About the Presentation Airports routinely suffer breakdowns, delays, and disasters that are the exception in other fields. When viewed as systems, airports are relatively simple compared to the aircraft they serve and the global communication networks they use daily. So, what's the problem, and why don't these systems work together correctly? World-renowned expert MIT Professor Richard de Neufville will use specific examples to detail the inside story and the fundamental problem: how airports are planned, designed, and managed. To illustrate, he will discuss designers' and managers' major blind spots, namely: Neither viewing nor developing airports as systems. Each airport and terminal building is, almost without exception, custom-made. Failing to design airport systems. Standar...
British Airways is one of the UK's most visible brands, selling Britishness as a mark of quality. But in the last decade, the business has faced financial crisis and today, more people fly Easyjet than BA. As the airline reaches a turning point, the BBC's cameras have been allowed unique access to its inner world, from top level decisions to the daily challenges of a global operation. This episode explores how the airline tries to persuade people to spend more to fly, revealing the world found behind the 'millionaire's door' at Heathrow Terminal 5, a lounge, restaurant, spa and champagne bar reserved for those select few who are happy to part with small fortunes to fly in the airline's First Class. Also this episode, a look at how the airline is playing catch-up with some of its rivals a...
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http://intohigher.com/China Hear from Patama (Thailand) and Bilal (Pakistan) about their experiences of travelling from the airport to the university accommodation at DUFE. Find out more about DUFE here: http://www.intohigher.com/china/en-gb/universities/dongbei-university-of-finance-and-economics.aspx Keep in touch with INTO China on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/INTO.China and Twitter https://twitter.com/INTO_CHINA
Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has been Jordan’s principal domestic and international airport since it was built in 1983, handling more than 97% of the country’s air traffic. But QAIA was built at a time when air traffic and passenger numbers were low and sustained growth of 7% per year since 2000 meant the airport could simply not meet the demand. So in 2007, the government looked to partner with the private sector to expand and rehabilitate the airport, including constructing a new 900,000-square foot terminal, and asked IFC for help. Stay Connected http://www.facebook.com/IFCwbg http://www.twitter.com/IFC_org http://www.ifc.org/LinkedIn http://www.youtube.com/IFCvideocasts http://www.ifc.org/SocialMediaIndex
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