Airport Business

April 2003

Airport Business magazine is the most widely circulated and audited business publication that targets professionals who manage airports, airport-based businesses, and corporate flight facilities in North America. Its 17,000+ subscribers are critical to the safe operation of the North American air transportation system.

Published 8 times annually, Airport Business seeks to help these managers run their operations more effectively by sharing case studies of what others are doing successfully and by providing expert analysis, industry news, and product information.

Service Challenges:In a stressed economy, airports face uphill battle to attract, retain air service

Subleasing Tips: Consultant offers a best practices guide, other considerations for tenants, airports

Low Expectations

Avgas and jet fuel prices for February 1-28, 2003

Ground Clutter

Challenges Facing Airports: As airports prepare to meet in LA, they face security, funding, and air service issues

Inside the Fence

Getting Back on Track: Olislagers' charge was to unite the airport and its neighbors. Next up: FAA dollars

Bullish on Airports: American Airports, with a new injection of capital, to get aggressive in marketplace

Fuel Conference Report: High prices, airline backtracking, and a growing airport influence


Aviation Adventure: At Perris, CA, the business is selling fun, safety, and innovation

Balancing Act: At TPA, pre- and post-security concessions are reaching 50/50 revenue distribution