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FAST. Future Airport STratégies. Context. Context Increasing market share of low-cost carriers (LCCs) 5% in 2002 11% in 2004 16% in 2006 of the European flights 5% average annual growth in Europe  Legitimates specific LCCs requests 

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FAST

  • Future Airport STratégies


Context
Context

  • Context

    • Increasing market share of low-cost carriers (LCCs)

      • 5% in 200211% in 2004 16% in 2006 of the European flights

      • 5% average annual growth in Europe

    • Legitimates specific LCCs requests

    • Changes in airport strategies: service differentiation

      • Low cost terminals in Marseille (France), Tampere (Finland), Geneva (Switzerland), Lyon (France)


FAST

  • FAST project

    • Aim:

    • Analysing how European airports strategies could evolve in the future

    • Analysing the resulting evolution trends in traffic distribution at airports at a 10 years time horizon


Structure
Structure

  • Work-packages

    • WP1: Actual air transport situation and market environment

    • WP2: Airport strategic options and future tendencies

    • WP3: Impacts of airport strategies on traffic distribution


WP1

  • Actual air transport situation and market environment

    • Requirements of:

      • Airlines: traditional, Low-cost, charter

      • Passengers: business & leisure

    • Airport business models:

      • Airport Typology: Regional, Hub, etc

      • Competition between airports: traffic levels, aeronautical and non-aeronautical revenues, etc

    • Definition of a typology of airports according to type and level of airport services


WP2

  • Airport strategic options and future tendencies

    • Two categories of customers: airlines and passengers

    • Analysis of the future airport strategies:

      • Comparison with other industries with two market sides(e.g. TV network, Newspapers, estate agencies, etc.): Two sided market theory

      • Evolution of the competition between airports

    • Identification of possible future airport strategies of differentiation


WP3

  • Impacts of airport strategies on traffic distribution

    • Past changes on traffic distribution at airports with LCCs traffic

      • Case study airports (e.g. Prestwick, Milano – Bergamo, Luton, Frankfurt – Hahn, Marseille, Geneva, Barcelona, Bratislava, Vienna, etc.)

    • Future airport strategies identified in WP2

    • Scenarios of evolution trends in traffic distribution at airports in 2020


Partners
Partners

  • Partners

    • M3 Systems, leader:

      • Isabelle Laplace

    • French National Aviation University (ENAC-LEEA)

      • Nathalie Lenoir

      • Estelle Malavolti

    • University of Zilina

      • Antonin Kazda

      • Benedikt Badanik

      • Karel Havel

      • Anna Tomova

    • Consultant

      • Marc Houalla (ex-Marseilles airport director, in charge of the business plan for the new “Low cost “ terminal of Marseille airport)

  • Conclusion of the slide.


Planning
Planning

  • Planning


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