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Airport Regulation, Law, and Public Policy: The Management by Robert M. Hardaway

By Robert M. Hardaway

The dramatic upward thrust in air site visitors, including fast residential and advertisement improvement round our metropolitan components, has strained the skill of airports to serve the general public appropriately and successfully. Hardaway's publication explores this challenge extensive. Drawing on either the hands-on services of pros within the box and an intensive grounding in legislation and public coverage, it seems on the legislation governing airport improvement and addresses the advanced regulatory and coverage concerns surrounding the development, enlargement, and operation of airports.

Beginning with a evaluate of airport legislation from 1903 onward, Hardaway examines elements of regulatory energy, together with federal and native authority, neighborhood proprietorship, and electorate' matters. Chapters on airport making plans, financing, and operation were contributed via specialists with sensible event in those fields. The query of civil rights in employment and market festival can also be thought of. different issues addressed are neighborhood, nation, and federal rules of noise; responses to the terrorist hazard; the airport as a public discussion board at no cost speech and the workout of faith; the economics of rules; and the impression of anti-trust laws. delivering optimistic proposals for coverage improvement in addition to particular research of present difficulties, this e-book might be applicable studying for college students, educators, and execs curious about air transportation improvement, administration, coverage, and law.

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D. SMITH, J. ODEGARD, & W. SHEA, AIRPORT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT 1 (1984) [hereinafter cited as AIRPORT PLANNING]. 28 Airport Regulation, Law, and Public Policy 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. See Dollinger and Tully, supra note 1 at 225-241. Id. at 223. Id. at 225. Id. at 223. Id. 15. J. MILLER, STAPLETON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: " T H E FIRST FIFTY YEARS" 17 (1983). 16. Id. 17. Id. 18. Id. 19. Senate Subcomm. , Civil Aeronautics Board Practices and Procedures (Comm. Print 1976) at 203-204 [hereinafter cited as Kennedy Report], cited in Dempsey, The Rise and Fall of the Civil Aeronautics Board—Opening Wide the Floodgates of Entry, TRANSP.

The fortunate grandfathered carriers were awarded the lucrative routes and enjoyed relative prosperity. 42 These privileged trunk carriers had no incentive to become more efficient and were content with their oligopoly profits. " The classic characteristic of such a policy was quick to emerge: restriction of output as a means of controlling price. 43 Load factors rarely ventured much above 50 percent, in contrast to intrastate carriers for which load factors achieved 60 to 70 percent levels. 44 The heavy regulation of the airlines that began in 1938 had a direct impact on the regulation of airports.

Attempts by governing authorities to manage airports directly proved largely unsuccessful, since such public officials usually lacked the knowledge of aviation problems necessary for successful administration. Even when the public official was a qualified airport manager, red-tape requirements of the typical municipality reduced the efficiency of operations. Better management was obtained at city airports that experimented with appointments of unpaid commissions that would set airport policy. Because of the prestige that accompanied a seat on such commissions, persons of high qualifications and integrity often comprised the board.

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